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What are the Ground Rules for Recording a Media Interview?
By: Muck Rack
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So, you’re a little nervous about that media interview coming up.

Maybe it’s for print or the web, or maybe it’s for video. You expect it to be hostile. You’re not sure what all the questions will be, but one thing that won’t surprise you is the possibility that your side of the story won’t get a fair hearing.

In making preparations, you’ve thought about recording the interview yourself. Your biggest concern is that something you say will be taken out of context. The question is, can you or should you record the interview yourself?

The quick answer is, yes, you can record the interview, but there are some usually unsaid ground rules for doing so.  Here are the major ones.


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