By Stephanie Ciccarelli
June 26, 2006
Coaches, this is your opportunity to fill me in on what you're up to so that you can promote your workshops and courses on Vox Daily!
On any given weekend (or week day), there could be a voice actor workshop of some sort, be it audio book narration (such as Pat Fraley's recent audiobook masterclass in Los Angeles with Hillary Huber and Kimberly Breault), animation voice-overs, or interpreting copy for commercial work.
If you are an instructor and have a workshop coming up (or a series of scheduled workshops / lectures), send me a quick email and we'll blog about your programs.
We've had enquiries from voice actors about who to study with and how to find workshops specific to a particular voice-over niche.
Many of these individuals also desire to network with fellow voice actors in a friendly, educational setting offline (that is, in person, face to face) and develop offline communities to hone their crafts and be a support system for each other.
There is no better way to reach a substantial audience looking for these kinds of educational opportunities. Not only that, you'll be helping to establish small voice acting communities, connecting voice actors with each other. That's a win-win!
So, if this interests you, I invite you to email me directly with your upcoming schedule details and topics.
Including links to your website outlining your schedule would be fantastic.
StephanieRelated Topics: animation, how to, Los Angeles
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