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How to get a television interview




healthcare press and media relations

MedVoice PR has decades of experience in healthcare PR and we have the results to prove it. We work with our clients on important messaging for press releases, interviews, and statements. We know how to craft an effective and compelling press release and we know how to distribute it for maximum reach.

Earned media adds credibility through nonpaid, third parties and is a vital part of an overall communications strategy. As one of the top medical PR companies, MedVoice PR has a strong network of local, state, regional and national reporters/editors. 


'A terrible year': Austin area battling a particularly rough cold and flu season

Cold and flu season came early to Central Texas this year. Cases of respiratory syncytial virus — commonly known as RSV — also began filling emergency rooms and hospital beds in October just as flu season kicked off.


Heart failure: Iron buildup following a heart attack may be a cause, study finds

In a new study, researchers found that iron deposits following heart attack lead to the formation of fatty tissue, which causes chronic heart failure in half of survivors.


Female orthopedic surgeons teach hands-on sports medicine class at Ann Richards School

Dr. Barbara Bergin and Dr. Kelly Cline of Texas Orthopedics are taking their expertise and leadership to the classroom about once a month.

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How do I prepare for a tv interview


MedVoice PR provides professional media and live stream coaching to prepare you for interviews and on-camera appearances.


Remote interviews, virtual meetings, streamed events, telemedicine, and online video interactions will continue to be essential for sharing your message, so it’s important to master the skills necessary for effective audience engagement.


Our skilled team members will help you refine your on-camera presence and virtual presentations to inspire and engage.

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