Table of contents for The art of the interview : a guide to insightful interviewing / Martin Perlich.

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CONTENTS Foreword by Lionel March Preface 1 The Two Rules of the Interview .................. 2 The Interview Concept ............................... in_ter vyoo__•__he First Interviewer • The Quest of the Interviewer To Practice Non-Judgment • To Accompany • To Connect 3 Preparation .................................................. An Interviewer Prepares • Who, What, When, Where, Why, etc. The Assignment • Spin • Other Limits: Prohibitions • 20 Questions On Location • The Down Side • At Home • Being Prepared 4 Practical Preparations .................................. Booking • Short-timers • Beats and Retreats Developing Your Network • Facilities, Materials and Crew Tape's Cheap (Don't Leave Home Without It) • Know all Deadlines Transportation • The Crew • Contact List • The Fruits of Your Labors Opening Question • Start Where You Are • Time: The Key Element 5 The Interview Attitude ................................ Choose a Role: Everyman, the Director, and/or the Fan Everyman (Disciple/Master) • The Director • The Accidental Director The Fan • All of the Above • "At Ease!" --Off-Stage Pleasantries 6 The Interview Itself ...................................... Action!--Markers, Sticks and Slates • Television • Radio The Opening Question • The Power Gush The Follow-up Question • Twin Troughs • The Big Silence The Hard Question • The Bingo Question • Summarizing 7 Types of Interviews ...................................... "Propaganda" Interviews • Promotional/Publicity Interviews "Live" In-Studio/On Location • Multiple Subjects (Guests) Dangers/Caveats • Routinism • We'll Meet Again "Words and Music" (Tell and Show) • Documentary Form (tape or film) Confusing Life and Art • Going Native or Just Going With the Flow? 8t Media Formats ............................................ Print • Broadcast (Taped and Live) • Interview Specials (Network/Local) Local Specials • Quickies: Featurettes and Sound Bites Investigative Interviews: Caveant Omnes • Live • Talk shows, Call-ins, and Oprah Live Event Coverage: Concerts and Games • Other Mutants 9 Troubleshooting .......................................... The Late Mr. Host • The Hostile Guest Stage Fright: The Golden Pen of Maestro Szell 10 Re-Viewing the Interview .......................... Interview as Occupation • Interview as Science Interview as Art • Interviewing Martin Perlich Appendix 1 Interviewers of Note ................................... Bill Moyers • Michael Moore • Amy Goodman James Lipton • Terry Gross • Charlie Rose • Michael Apted Appendix 2 Further Study .............................................. Index .................................................................... 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Interviewing in journalism.