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Voiceover Insider Podcast #49: Rae Burell and Outsourcing for VO Talent

The VoiceOver Insider Podcast has launched Episode #49, Outsourcing for VO Talent. That’s the topic Julie Williams discusses with Rae Burell of Rae of Light Assistance, a service that provides support for entrepreneurs—mainly voiceover artists. Rae’s qualifications run the gamut from audio editing and graphic design, to building and maintaining a talent’s online presence, to […]

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Plan For Success in 2015 (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 2015, Part 1.) We … [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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AudioFile Exposes Narrators to Producers

AudioFile Magazine is the largest source of professional audiobook reviews in the world with over 34,000 titles reviewed. They also provide industry resource guides including Enhanced Talent Listings for narrators who want to increase their visibility in the audio publishing world by exposing their credentials and work to new producers, and … [Read More...]

VOICEOVER RESOURCES

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New VO Book Review: Making Money In Your PJs

I love not only the title, but the content of Making Money in Your PJs, by Paul Strikwerda. Not that I make money in my PJs… no, I make money in my bathing suit in between dips in the pool! Either way, it is a fun life! But that doesn’t mean everyone is qualified for it. So often people come into this field because all their lives people told … [Read More...]