voiceregistry Weekend Workout Guest Listener – Promo Producer Danielle Methmann

September 6, 2012 by: Colleen

Read & Learn from Post Producer for Ovation Danielle Methmann

Director of Creative Services/Post Producer for Ovation


Danielle Methmann is the Director of Creative Services & supervises all in-house production for Ovation and has been directing VO talent for over 7 years. Ovation is the fastest growing independent cable network in history, a 13-year old cable channel with a focus on entertaining, inspiring, empowering and celebrating the artist in all of us. Ovation is the only multiplatform network devoted to art and contemporary culture. The network creates and curates one-of-a-kind programming about all the art people enjoy most, from the popular to the avant-garde and everything in between. The channel just hit a milestone this year with a national audience of 52 million households through carriage on cable systems in major markets across the country.The Creative Services team produce on average 10 promotional spots a week and countless short form sponsored billboards, nightly menus and other promotional elements. Danielle has built the Creative team from the ground up since Ovation moved to LA over 5 years ago when the national audience was only in 5 million households. Within her 5 years, Danielle & the team are 6x Promax winners including a first place win for rebranding the network in 2010.

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Further develop your voice over auditioning technique through practice.
Receive constructive critiques of your practice audition
Learn from others by listening to their takes and reading any suggestions given by the Guest Director
Increase your exposure to Talent Agents and Casting Directors.
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3 Responses to “voiceregistry Weekend Workout Guest Listener – Promo Producer Danielle Methmann”
  1. Thanks for the critique, Danielle.

  2. Funny. Never had a “b” in my name before. Thanks for the critique, Danielle.
    Charlie DONOVAN

  3. Thanks for the input and critique, Danielle. It helped a lot.


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