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Voice-over Olympians, Part II

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

February 2, 2006

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How is Voices.com like the IOC? Now it's time to examine why Voices.com and the IOC are related.

Both Voices.com and the IOC are neutral organizations that oversee activities related to their areas of affiliation. The IOC is the international governing body serving the athletes who are competing in the Olympics and countries hosting the Olympic Games. Voices.com is the trusted neutral party serving voice actors at the Voices.com website and clients who are seeking voice acting services.

Both organizations successfully provide opportunities for world-class talent to prove themselves and go for the gold. Whether it be on the ski hill or from behind the microphone, potentially life changing career plateaus can be reached via the Olympic Games and Voices.com. If an athlete wants to be recognized as the best in the world, they need to compete in the Olympic Games for their sport. If a voice actor wants to be affiliated with the #1 voice-over marketplace, they need to have a Profile at Voices.com.

The IOC and their national counterparts, (for example, the Canadian Olympic Committee amongst other national Olympic committees), are responsible for consolidating the world's best athletes from every country that has athletes eligible to compete. Similarly, InteractiveVoices has consolidated the finest freelance voice actor database in the world, including voice actors from North America, Central and South America, Africa, Europe, Asia, Australia, Oceania, and more. These talent are able to meet the voice-over needs of international clients.

Last but not least, both InteractiveVoices and the IOC (and their national counterparts) nurture talents and make sure that career development tools are in place for training, networking, and overall improvement. Both organizations also promote public awareness and set high standards for present and future generations of talent to embrace as they embark on a career either as an Olympic athlete or a voice actor.

Best wishes,

Stephanie


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