This is the way to get someone on YOUR side in New Media and TV news.

Someone who you have access to regularly, not just for one day at a convention.

Someone who can coach you on the right decisions.

Someone who can talk you out of doing something that will hurt your career.

WHO IS YOUR TV News Mentor?

Ross Becker is a 40 year broadcast news veteran.  He began his career in small and medium TV markets and worked his way up to the number two market in the country…Los  Angeles.  He was a reporter and anchor for MSNBC and a news director in Palm Springs. (click here for full bio)

When I started in this crazy profession, there were three people
 who really helped me. They believed in me. They coached me. I owe
 my career and my professional life to those people.
 I vowed I would do the same for others.”
Ross Becker

HERE IS WHAT YOUR PERSONAL, AFFORDABLE MENTORING PROGRAM WILL DO FOR YOU.

Getting prepared:
-Interviewing, “live” shots, writing, research and identifying the real story.
-How to make sure you “look” the part including hair, make-up, clothing
-Applying for internships
-How to research a station from the inside out
-The biggest mistakes made by the biggest names in the profession

Here is what we can accomplish together

THE JOB HUNT
-Resumes’
-Audition tapes
-Cover letters
-How to approach news directors
-Do I need an agent?
-Your writing style
-Voice coaching
-Which markets are good and which are undesirable
-What to say when you get a news director on the phone

FINE TUNING YOUR SKILLS
-How to make your stories more memorable
-How to really shine during “live shots”
-How to combine your on-air responsibilities with your social media duties.
-How to “own” the anchor desk
-Your makeup (yes guys you need to worry about this, too)
-“The crooked tie, scarf sydrome”
-Where to find inexpensive clothing that works on the air
-Newsroom politics
-How to deal with a co-worker with a bad attitude
-Inside contacts in newsrooms nationwide

A Corporate Media Coaching program is also available.

DOES THIS REALLY HELP? IS IT WORTH THE MONEY?

Just look at what some are saying about the help and mentoring they received from Ross Becker:

Kris Van Cleave, Reporter, CBS News, New York

“Simply put, I am where I am today because of Ross Becker. He’s been there every step of the way with advice, feedback and prespective. And, when Ross critiques your work, you walk away with things to think about. Ross knows TV news. His passion for journalism is matched only by his passion to teach it. You will learn more from this man than you will in any college class and most small market newsrooms.”

Wendy Halloran, Investigative Reporter, Atlanta.

” Ross helped me get out of Twin Falls and into a bigger market. He is the best coach and mentor I have ever had”.

wendy