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((I originally wrote this as a private document for one of my friends who was doing a live interview for the first time. After finding it in my Google Drive, I realized it would be way more helpful to post it publicly. This guide was intended for interviews where both parties are on camera, and a lot of the advice works for any type of interview.))
Clicking the links in the outline will open an audio version of that section.
1. You are not the subject.
2. Do your research.
3. Start your interview with introductions.
4. Make your question the last part of your comment.
5. Stay (mostly) still.
6. Keep calm and carry on.
Nearly two months later, but still an important topic! Let's talk about accessibility at Twitch Con. This is a long article, so feel free to skip around. Here's an overview of the full piece: