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Terry Anzur Coaching Services on Pinterest

Looking for some inspiration? I post “TV news anchor and reporter looks that work” on my Pinterest board. Check in to see fresh on-air looks and technology that is changing the way we tell stories. Who knows?  You might just …

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Terry quoted in profile of Pakistani TV anchor

I’m proud to be quoted in this article on ozy.com for two reasons: the amazing Najia Ashar and the Knight Fellowship program at Stanford. I met Najia on my most recent teaching trip to Pakistan and during my days at Stanford …

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Warm Up For A Hot TV Performance

Why TV presenters should warm up, just like athletes and musicians, for a more powerful performance.

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Your Next Live Shot Could Be A Selfie!

Keeping up with the latest technology is a big part of my talent coaching. Technology is changing the way we report the news and how we relate to the audience. Here’s how talent coaching can help anchors, reporters and weather presenters.

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Strike a Pose for a More Powerful Performance

You only have 7 seconds to make a first impression on your audience. How talent coaching can help you get it right.

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News Directors: Time to Budget for 2015?

I'm back in the USA and doing lesson plans for the rest of my station visits in 2014. It's not too early to think about booking your coaching session for 2015 as you go through the budget process for the upcoming year. Keep in mind that many stations like to have a talent tune-up prior to the "sweeps" months of February, May and November, so the busiest times for coaching visits are in March-April and September-October. Those dates fill up fast! Please contact me to find out how affordable a talent coaching station visit can be. We can design a custom package to meet your needs and budget.

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Talent Coaching in Vietnam

I went to Vietnam in June 2014 to teach two courses: news anchoring and program hosting, and short news package reporting. In Hanoi, I met rotating groups of young journalists in the training center for VTV, the state broadcaster.

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