How to conduct video interviews

Interviewing people on camera can take a bit of skill and preparation (there are often some nerves and a bit of rambling involved) so we’ve put together some helpful tips to enable you to get the best from your interviewee and the most out of the interview.

An important point to remember is that the power of a video interview comes from the spontaneity of the response. The art of the interviewer is getting the content you want, while keeping the interviewee relaxed, fresh and spontaneous while speaking on camera. So how do we do this? As with any sort of video production, it’s all about planning.

Learning Design

First – think about the learning design and what effect you are trying to achieve from the video interview. Are talking heads the right solution?

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