Media Trainer

Chris Gibbon‘s Media Training Course, originally designed for the Gordon Institute of Business Studies (GIBS), one of South Africa‘s leading business schools.


Combining many years on talk radio and deep journalistic knowledge, especially about business, Chris gets the best out of both panellists and audience.


Chris currently presents business reports on both AlgoaFM and Hot 91.9FM, following a long association with Talk Radio 702.


Chris edits Acumen, the magazine of the Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS).

Media Training – Half-day Workshop

Ideal for groups, this workshop explores basic concepts like why we need media training, how to craft stories and messages, the need for practice and simulated interviews for both TV and radio.

Individual and tailored training

Into the Studio
Whether you’re facing a communications crisis, or simply feel the need to strategise and rehearse content for a product launch, we can design a personalised solution to meet your needs.

University of Pretoria

Delegate Feedback – Academic Leadership Media Training
Excellent Presenter. Good trainer and sharp! I learned so much, the presentation was amazing. Very practical. I learned in a very well-managed environment.

GIBS PDBA, Johannesburg

Francois Schreuder
I absolutely loved the talk you gave us and it made us put loose ends together. Things that have been troubling me started to make sense. I loved the big picture approach. What I took out of it is how emotional politics are and that regardless of who is in power, if certain variables are in place, our country will be a success.

Hilburg Associates

Alan Hilburg, CEO
Kudos to Chris for once again demonstrating he’s South Africa’s premier host and moderator.

The Future of Finance

Wan Liew, Programme Manager: Conferences, Gordon Institute of Business Science
Chris – you were superb as facilitator! Tks.

University of Johannesburg

Prof. Farouk Cassim (Speaker)
I thought that Chris Gibbons did a superb job. He really made a huge difference to the mood and as is so typical of him, he raised some excellent questions to which it was a pleasure to respond.