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Joy Lyn Shaw Voice Artist

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

August 22, 2006

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joy-shaw-voice-artist.jpgJoy Lyn Shaw began her career in broadcast radio when she was 18 years old. After applying for the position of radio announcer, she was immediately hired by the station's manager and delved into the world of broadcast radio, going on to work in public radio and television for seven years. Concurrently, Joy Lyn pursued post-secondary studies and graduated from Brigham Young University in 2003 with a degree in Broadcast Journalism.

Joy Lyn Shaw recently launched her voice-over business and has chosen Voices.com to help her promote her voice artistry and vocal talents.

During her earlier period, Joy narrated documentaries, hosted music programs, anchored news and weather, produced and voiced long-form shows as well as promos and hundreds of short-form stories for broadcast purposes. Joy Lyn also served as a news director for a short time before her recent career change, presently working as a professional voice artist. Joy Lyn's voice-over demos and resume are listed at Voices.com, the voice marketplace.

Despite being relatively new to the voice industry, Joy has already achieved a great deal of success recording voice-overs for US companies, particularly providing narration for How-to” guides. Business clients are enamored with Joy Lyn's friendly, lyrical voice, hiring her to brand their telephone systems, commercials, real estate marketing, and corporate videos.

Joy Lyn Shaw has a magnetic voice, perfect for reaching out to customers as an audio support and commercial sales representative.

When asked about her services, Joy Lyn Shaw revealed I'm very easy to work with and do my best to please the client by getting the job done in a timely and efficient manner. I understand that some companies have a smaller budget and I am always willing to negotiate price. Most of all, I truly enjoy this business and enjoy working with new people and making new contacts.”

The didactic nature of her voice and interpretation is evident in her work. Five years of singing training combined with her career experience in broadcast make Joy Lyn Shaw a voice artist to look out for.

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