Walking and Talking to camera

Occasionally you may be required to present to camera whilst walking. This is often a carefully choreographed piece and will involve some practice from the camera team and yourself. The trick is not to walk at your usual pace. If you have a 30 second piece to fill and only a small distance to cover…

Earpieces: on-camera lifeline

Sharing communal earpieces on a low budget TV show isnt very hygienic no matter how many times you wipe them clean with anti-bacterial wipes. I found the generic earpieces often supplied as standard by the production team uncomforatable to wear and also difficult to hear directions through due to the build up of wax and…

Setting up a Portable Video Studio in your Home or Office

With the rise of self production and the technology easily available to do this we show you how to set up a green (or blue) screen in your home or office. To purchase a green (or blue) screen like the one featured in this video we recommend this model: Click here www.presenternetwork.com   To receive…

Working with Co-Presenters

As you should be aware working in television is a team effort. It takes an army of people to ensure you reach the homes of viewers around the country. When you work with a co-presenter it is vital that you work well together. There has been many instances where I have been put in uncomfortable…

Licking your lips!

PN Tips Petroleum Jelly from Presenter Network on Vimeo. Talking on camera for long periods of time can cause the presenters mouth to dry up. In this video Richie Litchfield explains how he overcomes this problem with this useful tip. To receive factsheets to your inbox enter your email address: