Journalism Interviewing Techniques:

Real Talk for Real People

Journalists are trained to nose around in other people’s business. Even strangers will tell them deeply personal secrets. Of course, the very best journalists can conduct interviews without asking a single question. Their secret: The fine art of strategic, intuitive conversation. Learn the five interviewing principles that will change how you communicate in any setting — from romance, to office politics and, beyond.


Adjunct Assistant Professor, Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute, New York University

Betty Ming Liu is an adjunct assistant professor at NYU’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute. In 2008, she received the university’s Outstanding Teaching Award. She is a former New York Daily News syndicated columnist and former Newsday digital reporter. Check out her blog at


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