While conducting interviews, a TV multimedia journalist must manage the various elements of shooting – checking for audio, possibly setting up lights, and framing a shot – while fulfilling the requirements of a reporter. A good interviewer pays attention to a subject’s responses, actively thinks of important questions and follow-ups, and visually engages with the person being interviewed. This creates immense challenges; any multimedia journalist can learn to shoot an interview, but only the more dedicated MMJ will learn how to consistently shoot one well. This chapter covers framing, lighting, and obtaining multiple interview angles. It includes advice from Mitch Pittman, a photographer and MMJ formerly at KOMO-TV in Seattle.