Batt Johnson is a communication consultant, media and speech coach, award-winning actor and veteran radio and TV broadcaster, who teaches the art of communication for public persuasion. His clients include MSNBC-TV, Financial Educators, Inc., the stars and All-Stars of the NBA (National Basketball Association), Genome Technology Magazine and the USTA (United States Tennis Association).
He appears in television commercials and corporate films for some of the largest companies in the world: Kodak, Wisk, Pepsi, Sony, Exxon, American Express, IBM and Xerox among many others. Batt has worked in feature films, plays, major magazines as a model, and host on TV home shopping, news, and entertainment shows. He is an experienced teacher who is taking his knowledge to the business community. He teaches:
He has developed unique coaching techniques that heighten communication skills and teaches his clients how to deliver their messages effectively, persuasively, while gaining the competitive edge. He views the act of persuasion as a critical link to becoming a powerful public communicator.
Batt is the author of Powerful Principles for Presenters, Rich and Famous in Thirty Seconds, What is This Thing Called Jazz?, and is currently writing Score! With The Media, a media training manual for professional athletes.
Batt earned his BA in social theory and media studies from Empire State College. He took courses at the New York Institute of Technology and New York University culminating in his MA in communications. He attended the Actors Playhouse, HB Studios, Weist-Barron School of Television, and the Bill Wade School of Radio and Television Broadcasting earning his first class FCC license.
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