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Experienced Media Director: We need more "Milk Wallace"

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HONG KONG – 14 April- Host of CBS talk show 60 Minutes, Milk Wallace, has just passed away. Ng Yu, an experienced media director, said at a university assembly that his interview skills are worthy for hosts and journalists to learn.


“Wallace could not only ask questions sharply and concisely, but also catch respondents’ heart() so as to let them talk frankly and comfortably,” Ng said.


Milk Wallace is a famous newsman known for impertinent, hard-nosed interviews on CBS’ popular 60 Minutes television program. His inquisitorial style has become the show’s trademark.


He added that Wallace could wisely use different terms to (smoothen?) the interviews. For example, he would use “Oh, Come On” to establish rapport at the beginning of the show and “Forgive me” to end it when he want to move onto another topic.


Moreover, he noted that the questions designed in the talk show can help showing how the interviewees react and answer them instantly in front of the audiences and thus (he said-not necessary) “Successful talk shows can easily tie the heartstring (of them-switch to possessive pronoun) (audiences) and the hosts’ abilities are crucial (to-switch preposition) that.”


He added that the network of host is also a vital element of a good talk show. “The host should own a massive network so that he/she can invite(d) famous celebrities to attract audience,” he believed.

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Experienced Media Director: We Need More "Milk Wallace"


HONG KONG – 14 April- Host of CBS talk show 60 Minutes, Milk Wallace, has just passed away. Ng Yu, an experienced media director, said at a university assembly that his interview skills are worthy for hosts and journalists to learn.


“Wallace could not only ask questions sharply and concisely, but also catch respondents’ hearts so as to let them talk frankly and comfortably,” Ng said.


Milk Wallace is a famous newsman known for impertinent, hard-nosed interviews on CBS’ popular 60 Minutes television program. His inquisitorial style has become the show’s trademark, according to the Standard.


He added that Wallace could wisely use different terms to make a fluent interviews. For example, he would use “Oh, Come On” to establish rapport at the beginning of the show and “Forgive me” to end it when he want to move onto another topic.


Moreover, he noted that the questions designed in the talk show can help showing how the interviewees react and answer them instantly in front of the audiences and thus“Successful talk shows can easily tie the heartstring of audiences and the hosts’ abilities are crucial for that.”


He added that the network of host is also a vital element of a good talk show. “The host should own a massive network so that he/she can invite famous celebrities to attract audience,” he believed.

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