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Batt Johnson

Batt Johnson teaches the art of communication for public persuasion. He is a professor at the New York Institute of Technology, the Weist-Barron School of Television, New York University, and he taught at Cornell University for eight years. He is a communication consultant, media trainer, speech coach, an award-winning actor, and a veteran radio and TV broadcaster. He appeared in television commercials and corporate films for some of the largest companies in the world including Kodak, Wisk, Pepsi, Sony, Exxon, American Express, IBM, Xerox and many more. Batt has appeared in feature films, plays, and major magazines and newspapers such as The New York Times. He has also been a TV home shopping host and a news and entertainment show host. His client list includes business professionals, authors, musicians, physicians, lawyers, politicians and professional athletes, i.e. MSNBC-TV, Financial Educators, Inc; the stars and All-Stars of the NBA (National Basketball Association), Genome Technology Magazine, the USTA (United States Tennis Association), HSN (Home Shopping Network) and The United States Air Force. Batt is also a well published author whose work includes Powerful Principles for Presenters, the text book for public speaking at New York University, and the New York Institute of Technology. He has also written Rich & Famous in Thirty-Seconds (a TV commercial acting book), which is used as a learning text at the Weist-Barron School of Television, What Is This Thing Called Jazz?, the soon-to-be-published media training manual for professional athletes, Score With The Media, as well as other publications.

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