TV & Radio Presenting Intensive

AFTRS-Australian Film Television and Radio School

About the Course

Develop your own unique, on-air personality and learn skills to develop your career in the media. ? WHAT YOU WILL LEARN ? This intensive introduction to presenting skills for TV and Radio includes practical tuition in the following:

  • On camera presenting skills including writing your own scripts

  • Conducting interviews on camera

  • Voice over skills for TV and radio

  • An introduction to radio announcing skills

  • Developing your own unique presenting style?


‘I learned so much and pushed myself on challenging my comfort zones - it has reignited my drive and desire to take my passions to the next level’

‘All components of the course were excellent and I learnt so much - I’m so glad it was very hands on.’

'Well structured and jam packed course for a great introduction into the presenting industry. All lecturers well prepared and approachable with great experiences to draw on.’

‘The course was more practical than I expected and that is only a good thing. Thanks!’


NONE - just a passion for developing your media career!?

This course is only open to students aged 18 +. If you are under 18, you will not be eligible to attend this course.

Dani has been working in Commercial Radio for the past 20 years as an announcer, producer, and voiceover artist.
She holds a Bachelor of Education majoring in Media Studies (Radio, Production, Television, Film and Photography) and also studied broadcasting and publicity at Bangkok University.
Dani co-hosted a multi-ACRA nominated breakfast show across Northern Tasmania. She won an ACRA for her nation-wide night show The Nitemix on the Southern Cross Austereo Network and can currently be heard on air across the day on the Central Coast’s 107.7 2GO.
She was Southern Cross Television Tasmania’s nightly weather presenter, has worked in promotions at GWR FM Bristol UK, as a breakfast producer in Melbourne and records commercials and corporate work from her own at-home studio.

Marie Patane started her TV career as a journalist for the Nine Network in Brisbane on local current affairs program Brisbane Extra and National Nine News before moving to the Today Show to become its Queensland correspondent. Marie has always written and produced her own stories and it was there that her passion for story telling began. In 1999 Marie moved to Sydney to host Entertainment Tonight with Richard Wilkins and continued to appear as a regular on the Today Show. She has also worked on a number of other projects for Channel Nine including co-hosting the 2000 Logies Broadcast and presenting Cleo Bachelor of the Year, Lights Camera Action and the Our House Renovation Specials. Marie also hosted a renovations series called Dream Home before leaving full time employment with the Nine Network to pursue other interests, including Producing and Directing several award-winning short films and developing her first feature film.

Marie is currently the “face” of Qantas and has presented for Qantas in-flight entertainment for over 10 years. She has written and producing her own short holiday documentaries which are regularly screened on Domestic and International Qantas flights.

Have any questions? Please get in touch: or 1300 065 281


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