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Author: Roger Ailes Narrator: Roger Ailes Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio Format: Abridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: May 1988 ISBN: 9780743549547
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America's presidents, senators and leading CEO's turn to Roger Ailes to get their message through. Become a great communicator. Learn how to inform, persuade, influence and entertain.

For decades, Roger Ailes has been on the inside - helping politicians, executives and movie stars face cameras, live audiences and tough reporters. Here are the secrets that can help you be at your best during meetings, negotiations, sales, speeches, the management of others, job interviews, and even television appearances.

Communications expert Roger Ailes takes you inside the world of winning with communication to help you get your message through today. Download and start listening now!


Quotes & Awards

  • “A first-class book that takes you behind the podiums with the big names in politics and industry. Don’t say a word until you get through this one.” 

    Wall Street Journal 

  • “practical, sensible and entertaining…a wonderful store of anecdotes…Ailes, unlike so many self-help book authors, has a record of success to back up his advice.” 

    Miami Herald 

  • “One of the best books I’ve ever read.” 

    Marvin Kitman, media critic, Newsday 

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  • 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 thoughtful | 9/5/2015

    " Good useful info. Practical exercises that can be done easily. His record is proof he knows his stuff. "

About the Author

Roger Eugene Ailes began his television career as a property assistant on The Mike Douglas Show, for which he received an Emmy nomination in 1968. He quickly rose to producer and executive producer for the show. During his work on the show, he engaged in a lively discussion about television and the role it plays in politics with then presidential candidate Richard M. Nixon, who subsequently brought him on as media advisor to his campaign. His exposure and success in political consulting for Nixon allowed him to consult for other presidential campaigns—including Reagan and George H.W. Bush—before announcing his withdrawal from political consulting in 1992. While working for Nixon’s campaign, he founded Ailes Communication in New York, a media production and consulting firm that worked for a number of different politicians and businesses and produced two Broadway plays: Mother Earth and Hot-L Baltimore. In 1993, Ailes was named president of CNBC. He was eventually hired by Rupert Murdoch to create the now famous Fox News Channel. He remains chair and CEO of Fox News Channel and chairs Fox Television Stations, Twentieth Television, MyNetwork TV, and Fox Business Network.