Julie Williams

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VoiceOver Insider Podcast with Dave Courvoisier

Julie Williams sat down with Dave Courvoisier, a man of many hats: Las Vegas television anchor, voice-over artist, and board member for the World-Voices Organization (WOVO). Dave and Julie discuss the need for a voiceover industry trade association, and how voice talents and others in the VO industry can get involved.    

VoiceOver Industry News

Kimberly Woods auditions for audiobooks with Debra Deyan of Deyan audio.

Audio Dispatches from Voice2014 Saturday August 30 – Last Day!

This is the last day of Voice2014 in Anaheim California. But just because it's the last day doesn't mean there's nothing going on. Rather than going … [Read More...]

VoiceOver Technical

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Sound Advice by Dan Friedman

Book Review by Gary MacFadden Dan Friedman has written an eminently useful book about setting up a home studio. And, as both a voiceover artist and a producer of voiceover work for going on 15 years, he’s got the bona fides.  I met Dan at the VO2013 in Atlanta in March 2013. We talked some about his book, and then I happened to sit in on a … [Read More]

VoiceOver Business

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How To Bid An Audiobook

No matter how much you want to voice a particular audiobook project, it’s prudent to follow certain procedures in the bidding process—or you might find yourself working for free—or even losing money in the process. Audiobooks are notoriously low paying voice-over jobs. As many well known talents will tell you, you’ve got to love storytelling or … [Read More...]

VOICEOVER RESOURCES

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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 such recognition. Recently SOVAS, The Society of Voice Arts and Sciences, stepped up to fill the voiceover recognition void with the Voice Arts™ Awards. On November 9th, the voiceover industry will … [Read More...]