Don LaFontaine Voice Over Lab Lecture: Tuesday, September 7th

September 6th, 2010 by  
Stewart Wilson-Turner On Tuesday, September 7th, 7pm PST, I will be giving a lecture for the Don LaFontaine Voice-over Lab titled New Technologies: Pros and Cons in today’s VO Business.  For more information, click here. For anyone outside of Los Angeles or unable to attend, The SAG Foundation will be streaming the event live.  Click here to access the LiveStream link from the website. You...

Gary Vaynerchuk talks Personal Branding & Social Media Strategies on CNN

March 24th, 2010 by Tracy Pattin 
In keeping with this week’s theme of Social Media strategies for the voice actor and other entrepreneurs, watch this CNN interview with internet sensation Gary Vaynerchuk. He discusses the opportunities and the importance of personal branding online. He has made millions building his brand through his unconventional web TV show, Wine Library.TV. The result? A seven figure book deal for a series...

Social Media Strategizing for Voice Actors

March 15th, 2010 by Tracy Pattin 
In tomorrow’s podcast, New Media/Social Media expert Douglas E. Welch, talks about: •New Media marketing strategies for voice actors •How to use Facebook more effectively for your VO career •Targeted internet searches on Twitter •How to strategize for voice over jobs •The changes in the entertainment industry because of New Media •Quantity vs. Quality and Social Media •Twitter...

Live Stream Show with Voice Actors

February 25th, 2010 by Tracy Pattin 
Coin-Op TV Live – Voice-Over Actors Tara & Yuri Watch This Episode on www.theStream.tv In yesterday’s post, I wrote about live streaming (The Stream.TV), a new way to distribute content and its possibilities for voice actors. Turns out The Stream had two voice actors on one of their shows, Coin-OP TV. -Tracy Pattin var hs_portalid=78808; var hs_salog_version = "2.00"; var hs_ppa...

Live Streaming: New Opportunity for Voice Talent

February 24th, 2010 by Tracy Pattin 
It looks like a small broadcast TV studio. Lots of cameras, cable, wires and curtains. People running around with headsets on, a control room with those big windows. Only this is all internet. It’s TheStream.TV’s studio.  Live stream TV essentially is live internet TV. It airs in real time instead of recorded shows you see on sites like YouTube .  The Stream has a line-up of shows from...

Why Brands Should Embrace Technological Change

January 24th, 2010 by  
Avi Dan (President-CEO of Avidan Strategies) has an insightful article in the January 25th edition of AdAge in regards to the onslaught of technology that our industry faces and a CMO’s attitude towards it. “The problem CMOs face with mastering technology, and with the internet, is very simple: There is so much going on simultaneously and things change so quickly that no one, absolutely...

A Live Internet Reading of “A Christmas Carol”: Part 3

December 31st, 2009 by Tracy Pattin 
(Doug Welch reading “A Christmas Carol”) On Sunday last, New Media Interchange Founder Douglas E. Welch, held his 4th Annual LIVE Reading of Charles Dickens “A Christmas Carol” and the audio is now available for your holiday pleasure. It wasn’t your typical live reading of a play. Not a radio play or a televised reading. It was an internet play distributed through the...

A Live Internet Reading of “A Christmas Carol”: Part 2

December 24th, 2009 by Tracy Pattin 
(Doug Welch reading “A Christmas Carol”) On Sunday last, New Media Interchange Founder Douglas E. Welch, held his 4th Annual LIVE Reading of Charles Dickens “A Christmas Carol” and the audio is now available for your holiday pleasure. It wasn’t your typical live reading of a play. Not a radio play or a televised reading. It was an internet play distributed through the...

A Live Internet Reading of “A Christmas Carol”

December 23rd, 2009 by Tracy Pattin 
(Doug Welch reading “A Christmas Carol”) On Sunday last, New Media Interchange Founder Douglas E. Welch, held his 4th Annual LIVE Reading of Charles Dickens “A Christmas Carol” and the audio is now available for your holiday pleasure. It wasn’t your typical live reading of a play. Not a radio play or a televised reading. It was an internet play distributed through the...