February 25, 2011

Oscars acceptance speeches: Interview in L.A. Times



Last week, I was interviewed by Rebecca Keegan at the L.A. Times about how to give an effective acceptance speech, for an article on celebrity awards season etiquette.

Two of my quotes made it into the article, along with great comments from a media trainer, a photographer, and an etiquette expert. Read it here: Nominees need to be as polished as Oscar himself.

Thank you, Rebecca!

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For some of my previous posts on awards shows and acceptance speeches, look here:

What can you say in 45 seconds? (Academy Awards '10)

The mistake that everyone notices (Jeff Bridges)

Katherine Heigl apology

Golden Globes speeches ('07)

A golden T-Bone (what nominees do when their names are called...)

Emmys speeches ('07)

Notes on the Emmys ('09)

Use notes... don't use notes... again

When nobody cares if you go long (Al Pacino)

What's confidence and how do I get some? (Tina Fey)

Awkward (Kristin Stewart)

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