How to Succeed On-Screen: Terms, Tips, and Techniques to Know with Jocelyn Greenky & Former NBC Anchor Jane Hanson (VIDEO)

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GCA Studios presents Studio Host Jocelyn Greenky, a Founder and Managing Director for Sider Road Media. In this first episode of a series of one-to-one interviews, Ms. Greenky engages Game Changers and leaders in an insightful conversation with Jane Hanson, an Emmy award-winning television journalist and current media presentation trainer. These two women highlight key terms and vocabulary that anyone interested in a career either in front or behind a camera should know.

To Watch more clips of their conversation, see below:

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Part 3

About Jocelyn Greenky

Jocelyn Greenky honed her craft from her days as a senior executive at some of the world’s biggest names in media and consumer goods such as Hachette Filipacchi, Philip Morris, and Wenner Media to co-founding and leading companies as CEO or COO such as the international design and event firm, Colin Cowie Enterprises, Sider Road Media and start-up BriteBean Technology.

Throughout her career, Ms. Greenky has provided mentorship to help tomorrow’s aspiring leaders achieve their full potential. She currently is a mentor with Women in Communications, Women’s Entrepreneur Network, Women in Technology and EverWise.

To learn more about Jocelyn, visit her Spotlight here.
Visit her company Sider Road Media’s website here.

About Jane Hanson

Jane Hanson is an Emmy award-winning television journalist and media/presentation/video coach who has spent over 30 years helping people learn to communicate better. Not only does it enhance their presence, and ensure they resonate with every type of audience, but in today’s fast-paced world, it is imperative to be on one’s game 24/7. Ms. Hanson focuses on 3 core elements: what you say, how you say it, and how your body language keeps in all in sync.

Jane has won 9 Emmy Awards. In addition, she was named Correspondent of the Year by New York’s Police Detectives and received a similar honor from New York’s Firefighters. She has also been the recipient of numerous other awards for her service to the community. Jane has served as the March of Dimes Walk-America Chairman, honorary chair for the Susan B. Komen Foundation’s Race for the Cure, and as a board member of Graham Windham, Phipps Houses, the Randall’s Island Sports Foundation, the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center, and Telecare. She has taught courses on communication at Long Island University, Stern College, and the 92nd Street Y. Hanson is a Past President of the New York Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

To learn more about Jane Hanson, visit her Spotlight here.
Or visit her website here

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