Join Amy DeLouise for an in-depth discussion in this video Getting the interviewee to use the words you need, part of The Art of Video Interviews.
…Female 1: Another thing you can do to help your editor…really get things organized, especially if that editor happens to be you.…Is to get the words you need.…Almost every interview has certain keywords…that you want or your client wants.…So one of the things you do is you basically cue your interviewee.…You want to mirror to them the words that you want to use.…You may say something like, what's bold about this program?…Or, tell me what race to the top really means.…Or, can you describe, Susan with a few adjectives?…Susan is, or what is the most important thing?…You kind of want to lead them down these paths.…
They're going to mirror you.…They're going to hopefully use the same language you use, and that…will remind them to incorporate these important words into what they're saying.…
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- Planning interview goals
- Anticipating interviewee's answers
- Conducting background research
- Scheduling interviews
- Building rapport
- Teasing out supporting points
- Getting transcripts
- Avoiding obstacles with challenging interview subjects
Skill Level Intermediate
Video Foundations: Interviewswith Anthony Q. Artis1h 55m Intermediate
Video Foundations: Cameras and Shootingwith Anthony Q. Artis2h 58m Intermediate
Premiere Pro: Documentary Editingwith Jason Osder3h 48m Intermediate
1. Preparing for an Interview
2. Production of Video Interviews
3. During the Interview
4. During an Audio-Only Interview
5. Getting Results
6. Minimizing Narration
7. Making Editing Easier
8. Avoiding Obstacles
9. Preparing for Post
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