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November 24, 1989 - Image 89

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-11-24

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though he has a lisp and
doesn't speak English well.
And, he's fat. But he projects
strength. He knows how to
talk 'television.' He speaks
in short sentences. He
doesn't blab, blab, blab like
Peres."
Communicating on televi-
sion is craft, Ben-Eliezer
maintains. But too few
Israelis understand this,
believing, he says, that no
matter how they act, they
will be accepted by
Americans.
"Israelis perceive them-
selves as being cute," he
said. "They've been favored
in the media here for many
years. They take it for
granted that no matter what
they say or how they say it,
they are going to be liked by
the audience. It's a mistake

"Israelis need to be trained
on how to present them-
selves," Ben-Eliezer con-
tinued. "They get on
American TV and blab
away. They don't even listen
to the questions and they
know the answers already.
Communicating on TV is a
craft, a skill. They should
learn."
Some of the politicians
graded above score better
when they are interviewed
in Hebrew, Ben-Eliezer said.
That holds particularly true
for former Prime Minister
Menachem Begin, who,
while earning only a Cu for
his English efforts, gets an Ai
for the image he projects
when speaking Hebrew.
The late Golda Meir earns
a solid Blin both Hebrew and
English. ❑

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