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1. Where should you look during a TV interview?
Make a range of motions back and forth with your eyes.
Look at the camera.
Look directly at the reporter and not the camera. If you are being interviewed via satellite or Skype, then look directly at the camera.
2. What is the best posture to have during a TV interview?
Hold yourself upright at 90 degrees, facing the camera.
Lean back in your seat about 35 degrees, facing the camera.
Hold yourself upright and lean forward about 15 degrees into the camera.
3. Why is it important to move your face, body and hands in a TV interview?
You will not look nervous if you move your face, hands and body.
You will appear wooden and untrustworthy if you move your face, hands and body.
You will appear comfortable and believable, and it will give more variety to the way you speak when compared to being motionless.
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