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Mara Junot – How A Radio Background Can Help You In Voiceover

To understand why you should take advice from Mara Junot you only need to do a quick Google search of her name to know that hers is a voiceover career to be envied. Her website MaraJunot.com gives but a snippet of the projects of one of the most diverse talents in our field. But humbly Mara has been the voice of so many things that we hear on a daily basis. Check out some of her credits. 1. Voice of Christa and Anna Corea in The Walking Dead video game by Telltale Games, winner of over 90 Game of the Year Awards worldwide.2. Primary [...]

October 7th, 2014|About Voice Over|

One On One With Zurek (Rick Party) The Founder Of Voiceover Universe

Recently while in Miami I had a chance to hang out with South Florida's Number One Radio Personality and one of voiceovers best known names, Zurek. I've known Zurek for many years and he has been a talent that I've modeled my own career after. Watch The Interview It was 1998 when I first heard this bold radio personality on V-103 in Atlanta. I was a college student studying to be a radio personality myself when I tuned in to a fresh voice and fun take on afternoon radio on an otherwise bland station. At the time, metro Atlanta wasn't known for racy radio [...]

6 Tips To Get The Most Out Of The VOICE Convention

The Voice Over International Creative Experience (aka The Voice Convention 2014) happens every two years and brings out some of voiceovers biggest stars. With a convention that only happens bi-annually, its important that not a moment of your time is wasted. Its exciting to see all of your voiceover friends, colleagues and idols all in one place. The VOICE is a place where you can exchange ideas, build relationships, buy products and expand your business potential. But you have to have a strategy for before, during and after the convention.   Before The VOICE Determine why you decided to go to begin with. Everything [...]

Dane Reid’s Top 10 Voiceover Websites

Particularly since I started this blog, people ask me all the time for resources on where to get started in voiceover. And there are tons of them. But here are the top ten that I send people to the most. The list is compiled of voiceover entertainment

Recording VoiceOver In The Big Voice Over Studio

Your agent gives you a call and says that you booked a job that you auditioned for weeks ago. If you are anything like me, you auditioned for it and totally forgot about it, so the call is a welcome surprise. But then you are told that the recording is scheduled to take place at an outside studio....

The Gift Of Gabby- Interview With Voiceover Coach Gabrielle Nistico

When Gabrielle Nistico talks voiceover, be prepared to take notes. This Voice Over Talent, VO Coach, Casting Director, Expert Marketer, Author and Meet Up Group leader wrote the book on starting and growing your voice over career. Actually she’s written more than one book.