Interviewing contains two important elements, sound bites and interviewing tips. Sound bites are parts of an interviewing cut out and put back together of the parts of the interview you want to keep. Sound bites are important when interviewing because the make it easy to compile the important parts of an interview into one rather than a long video filled with unnecessary responses. In addition to learning about sound bites, we learned about interview tips. The most important tip of the section is to remember that the interview is more of a conversation then a rapid fire of questions. To start an interview, interviewers are to ask the interviewee their name and how to spell it, this makes sure when you are introducing the interviewee you have the correct pronunciation of their name and how to spell it. An important way to maintain an interview as a conversation is to start questions with "Tell me about....". By using this form of questioning it makes it easier for the interviews to give detailed responses rather than only answering a question. It is also important to close an interview with "Is there anything else you'd like to add?" This guarantee stat any important information you may not have mention will be talked about.