Julie Williams

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The Biggest Mistake VO Newbies Make

So many voiceover newbies make the mistake of not approaching voiceover as a business. Like a Subway Franchise, there are expenses: studio, training, marketing. You need a coach to guide you  (not just teach you…but guide you) in what to do next). And, you need to be prepared to invest in yourself, your training, your […]

VoiceOver Industry News

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1st Annual Voice Arts Awards November 9th in NYC

The movie industry has the Oscars®; TV has the Emmys® and the music industry has their Grammy® awards–but the voiceover collective of actors had no … [Read More...]

VoiceOver Technical

Animation, Part 2

By Stacey Turner Click here to read Part 1 of Animation GETTING ON THE RADAR Once a voice actor has stocked their proverbial toolbox with skills and recorded a strong animation demo, how can a newcomer get on a casting director’s radar? “I think agents are a great way to do it because we rely on agents as our partners,” Sherman said. … [Read More]

VoiceOver Business

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Plan For Success in 2014 (Part 2)

Last week we discussed the necessity of setting goals in order to maximize your potential in the new year. (See: Plan For Success in 2014, Part 1.) We talked about Annual goals being broken down into quarterly goals, into monthly, etc.  Hopefully you downloaded the goal planning sheet and brainstormed about how you can achieve what you’d like to, … [Read More...]

VOICEOVER RESOURCES

Organizing Your Business for 2014

If you've joined the ranks of the online voice actor, you've now started your own business.  No matter where you are in your career, your business needs are the same.  You're now a company and that company can either be a well oiled machine that gets results or a disorganized mess that gets little in return. Perhaps you've already set some … [Read More...]