The Livestream Studio Munich is ready for action. The spotlights are on, the camera is recording and the microphone is levelled. But suddenly the excitement mounts, the stage fright grows. As experienced media professionals with over 200 livestreams a year, we have already calmed down one or two protagonists shortly before the show. That’s why this article contains our tried and tested tips against stage fright.

In itself, there is nothing wrong with stage fright. A certain amount of excitement before a camera appearance can be helpful to concentrate on the essentials. With a clear focus and a slightly tense posture, you are sure to make a good appearance.

4 proven tips against excitement

However, too much excitement is not the best thing either. Fortunately, there are some methods to reduce stage fright. One thing is always true: good preparation is the No. 1 means for a confident appearance in front of the camera, for example in the Livestream Studio Munich. So you should definitely plan enough time in advance. In addition, we have a few more tips against stage fright:

Cribbing allowed

Cribbing is expressly permitted during a livestream. Write down your most important notes on a small piece of paper (DIN A5) or on moderation cards. In any case, the cribber should make a professional impression, as it can be seen in the livestream. But most of the time, you will have memorised the text so well that you won’t even need the spicker in the end.

Rehearsals, rehearsals, rehearsals

Always important for us as a livestream crew: a rehearsal on location. This is the only way to get the processes right and everyone in the team knows what they have to do during the stream. This also applies to the moderator. We will do everything according to your wishes and offer enough time before the stream to rehearse the event.

Take a deep breath

With stage fright, most people tend to breathe too quickly. Before your performance, take a moment to breathe deeply. Breathe in through your nose and out through your mouth. Repeat this special breathing several times and consciously concentrate on raising and lowering the chest. You will notice how quickly the excitement diminishes.

Friendly faces

We are only human and therefore have stage fright ourselves from time to time before a performance. That’s why we like to help and, for example, tell a joke to relax you 😉 Martin is the undisputed no. 1 joke teller in the team.

So if you get stage fright just before your performance in the Livestream Studio Munich, don’t forget: it happens to many people. Even experienced presenters never get rid of their excitement for the rest of their lives. Stage fright is quite natural and, as mentioned above, even helpful for proper concentration.

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