Voicebank sponsors “That’s Voiceover!” in New York

July 8th, 2010 by Erica Kelly 
Voicebank.net is proud to be co-sponsoring THAT’S VOICEOVER on September 22, 2010, at 6pm in New York City.  THAT’S VOICEOVER! (http://thatsvoiceover.com/) is an exciting, interactive, behind-the-scenes career event where the top talents in the voiceover industry reveal the practical steps to establishing and sustaining a career in this highly rewarding and intriguing field. Through targeted...

Come see voicebank.net at the Showbiz Expo

March 23rd, 2010 by Erica Kelly 
Network with THOUSANDS of ShowBiz Industry Professionals on Saturday/Sunday April 24-25, 2010   10 AM – 5 PM (Both Days) Los Angeles Convention Center, West Hall B voicebank.net is producing the following ShowBiz Expo Workshop: Keynote: Can You Talk Your Way to an Oscar? Moderated by Stewart Wilson-Turner, CTO, Partner, Voicebank.net Saturday April 24th at 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM or visit...

Social Media Strategizing For Voice Talent Power of Groups

March 22nd, 2010 by Tracy Pattin 
In tomorrow’s podcast (part 2) New Media/Social Media expert Doug Welch talks about: •The power of Social Media groups •How to find groups on Linkedin •How to join a group •A great search engine for Voice Talent •The power of getting your voice out there •How the Sony executive found talent on YouTube and gave them a development deal and much more… var hs_portalid=78808; var...

Bob Bergen Celebrates 20 years of Porky Pig: Part 2

March 17th, 2010 by Tracy Pattin 
Bob Bergen has been the voice of Porky Pig for 20 years now. But even before that, as a kid, he set his sights on being the voice of this famous cartoon icon. In part 1, Bob talks about his first Porky Pig audition and how he found his way to this opportunity. In part 2, he continues to talk about his Porky Pig career over the years. 1. What has sustained your Porky career all these 20 (?)years! Well,...

Podcast-New Media / Social Media Strategies for Voice Actors

March 16th, 2010 by Tracy Pattin 
Douglas E. Welch is a New Media/Social Media Consultant and pioneer podcaster. His early work in the theater prepared him well for a life of speaking and teaching about technology, computers and New Media and the amazing benefits they bring into our lives. Douglas spent 5 years at Walt Disney Imagineering, but eventually struck out on his own and has been working as a freelance consultant for almost...

The Don LaFontaine Voice-over Lab, September 2, 2009, presented by the S.A.G. Foundation.

August 19th, 2009 by  
A message from Joe Cipriano: “The Don LaFontaine Voice Over Lab will keep Don’s legacy of giving back to the community alive. The Lab will be at the SAG Foundation Actors Center and feature 2 state of the art recording studios and a classroom where voice actors will be able to hone their craft. Seminars will be taught by the best in the business and the studios will be available for actors...

Secrets of Voice-Over Success event at The Times Center, July 29, 2009

June 25th, 2009 by  
Joan Baker, Author of Secrets of Voice-Over Success with the Neumann BCM 10 On July 29th at 7pm sharp, at The Times Center in New York City, JOAN BAKER and PUSH CREATIVE ADVERTISING will once again unveil A VOICEOVER EVENT — girding the industry that comprises the lucrative and highly guarded world of voiceover acting — and doing it in style. It all begins with the nationally regarded and...

Audio Book Samples: An Emerging Voice Over Opportunity?

April 29th, 2009 by Tracy Pattin 
At last weekend’s LA Times Book Festival, there was talk about the continued growth of audio books. Probably due to new technology like the iPod. Seemed to be a glimmer of hope amidst all the gloom and doom about the traditional publishing world’s downward spiral. Since many authors are now self-publishing (and there are more titles being published than ever) they’re trying new ways...

Voice Over Actor Insights & Tips on Scott Brick’s Audiobook Narration Success: Part II

April 24th, 2009 by Tracy Pattin 
Voice Over actor, Jon Morss wrote such a great comment last week on the Scott Brick podcast, that it needed it’s own blog posting. This is part 2 of Jon’s comments: Click here for part 1 “The other thing I found really important that Scott mentions, which anyone considering getting into VO especially the Audiobook arena should take heed to, is how he approached his first Audiobook...