Press Media Releases From Talent the Voice of the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games

Published by Trisha Beausaert

March 17, 2014

John Cavanagh, a professional voice actor and member of, the industry-leading marketplace for voice over, was chosen to be voice in the stadium in Sochi for the 2014 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.


London's Puts Aggressive Expansion Plan into Action

Published by Trisha Beausaert

March 10, 2014, the startup that grew up, is entering its 10th year of business, and celebrating by putting into action a major growth plan.


100,000th Job Posted to in its 10th Year of Business

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March 7, 2014, the industry-leading marketplace for voice over work, has had the 100,000th job posted to the site.


Industry Giant Participating in VO Atlanta 2014

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February 28, 2014

The industry-leading online marketplace for voice over has formally announced its involvement with VO Atlanta 2014, a 4-day, major industry event for voice over artists, agents, coaches, and trainers.


Producer Turned Voice Talent Finding Success on the Other Side of the Glass

Published by Trisha Beausaert

February 4, 2014

A former agency producer is leveraging insider knowledge to record voice overs that bring national projects to life. Voice Talent Performs in Critically Acclaimed UK Production of Fishskin Trousers

Published by Trisha Beausaert

January 20, 2014

Jessica Carroll, the daughter of the late British actor Brian Carroll, nicknamed "The Voice," is following in her father's footsteps and gracing the world stage. An alumna of the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA), Jessica recently performed in the critically acclaimed play Fishskin Trousers at the Finborough Theatre in London, England. Releases 2013 Report on the Voice Over Industry

Published by Trisha Beausaert

December 31, 2013

Industry giant,, recently released their annual report on the industry to great fanfare.


Freedom & Inspiration: How Relocation is making Lili Wexu a Better Voice Over Artist

Published by Trisha Beausaert

December 12, 2013

Mobility, flexibility, and autonomy; It's the beauty of being a voice over artist.

Thanks to advances in technology - for example, industry-specific equipment becoming more compact and affordable - a voice talent can work from virtually anywhere, and be a success while doing it. Nobody demonstrates this agility better than Lili Wexu, a French-Canadian, perfectly bilingual, voice over talent, who has recently transplanted to LA.


Horse Tale

Published by Trisha Beausaert

December 2, 2013

An open mind; that's what cross-over talent Timothy Hill credits with putting him in a position to work with some pretty high profile people - and one famous horse.


LinkedIn Group, "How to Make Money with Your Voice" Attracts Over 1,000 Members in 1 Year

Published by Trisha Beausaert

November 27, 2013

Ross Huguet has voiced campaigns for well-known companies like Red Bull, Infinity, Tradeweb, Gulfstream, GE, PIMCO, McDonald's, Disney and Honda. Now, he is translating his insight to the voice over industry via a wildly successful career group. What started as a simple marketing tool for his brand on the social networking site LinkedIn has quickly evolved into a 1000+ member assembly.


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Internet gives voice to unseen actors

Today, it's almost too easy. Voice actors can be their own agent. Clients find them through personal Web sites or via talent-congregation sites
- Steve Mollman, CNN

The Do-It-Yourself Economy

Rather than hiring local voice talent for $250 to $500 per hour we searched the Internet for high-quality voices that we could afford. We found several sites offering various forms of narration or voice-overs. We selected In less than one minute, we created an account, posted our requirements and solicited bids. Within five minutes, we had 10 to 15 applicants charging 10 percent of what Greer would have paid live talent.
- Thomas L. Friedman, NYTimes

Google's New Radio Ads Product has been helping to match advertisers with voice talent and ad production for the last couple of years.
- Michael Arrington, TechCrunch's Graphic Design

Voices is larger, but tighter. More technically productive, but simpler to use. It has evolved, really. It is hard to make something of Voices' proportions into a truly elegant thing, but Voices may well have done just that.
- Paul Glazowski, Mashable

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