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DMG helps clients develop the skills and confidence necessary to communicate with impact. Learn the proven techniques to present your “best self” behind the mic and maximize every opportunity.

SERVICES

Media Training

Public Speaking Training

Booking Interviews

Clip Review

Media Consulting

OUR CLIENTS ARE INFLUENCERS

Congress | State Legislators | CEOs | Journalists | Policy Analysts | Scholars | Activists | Entrepreneurs

District Media Group has been instrumental in our training of policy analysts and organization leaders to communicate The Heritage Foundation’s message on TV, in public speeches, and at conferences around the country. Over the past decade, we’ve had the privilege of working with their expert staff to make sure our policy analysts’ important research resonates with different audiences.

Rob BlueyVice President of Communications at The Heritage Foundation

“District Media Group has successfully partnered with our reporters to make sure their written communication is just as polished on TV and radio. The MediaDC brands, which represent The Washington Examiner and the Weekly Standard magazines, have greatly benefited from DMG’s coaching and savvy and strongly recommends them.”

Alex RosenwaldDirector, Public Relations and Branding, MediaDC

Interviewing is tougher than it looks and requires more preparation than most people think. DMG gave me a great foundation of best practices that I’ve been able to use every time I walk into an interview.

Brian BrenbergChair of the Program in Business and Finance, The King’s College

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Beverly Hallberg

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Rachel Semmel

Director of Media Relations
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Rachel Phillips

Director of Operations

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