Tips to be a Good Anchor

good-anchorDo you dream of being an anchor in a popular TV show? Well, if yes than you will have to first explore yourself to see whether you possess the required skills for being a good and popular anchor.

Are you talkative? Do you hold a good sense of humor? Are you outspoken and stage free? How good is your presence of mind? Etc, etc. These are the most questions you should ask yourself before you decide to opt for this profession. Did you ever host any stage show? How was it like? Did you just manage to read out the lines written in the script or were you able to add some glimpses of your own creativity to it?



Nowadays here are various training institutes who provide training for such courses. However, I believe that if you do not possess at least some natural traits, no grooming class will be able to help you much. Thus, first try to know your in built capacities.

Smartness: If you want to steal the heart of others than the first thing is to be extremely smart. Audience should yearn for you to take the stage. The anchor is a pivotal point of any show as he keeps the audience glued to their seats in between programs. Thus, you need to be smart enough to tackle every bit of the show you are hosting. Your promptness and presence of mind will help you achieve your goal.



Stage free: If you are not stage free, you can never be a good anchor. Do not hesitate to speak freely on stage. It is natural to have butterflies in stomach even when you step on the stage for the 100th time. However, never let the audiences realize your feelings. If you do so, you are a failure.

Subtle humor: It is not necessary that all the shows you host will have a comic background, but it is very commonly said that making people cry is easier than making someone laugh. Thus, an anchor who hosts the comedy shows can always groom himself to host a serious show while the vice versa is not always possible.

If you already possess the above factors, than a small amount of guidance and grooming will help you be a successful anchor.





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