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VoiceOverTimes Moderators Needed

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By Stephanie Ciccarelli

September 22, 2006

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Have experience moderating for voice talent forums? We're looking for 2 or 3 enthusiastic and dedicated individuals to help revive VoiceOverTimes.com.

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As you may know, we have a web property established as a voice talent forum to discuss everything from getting started in the industry through to the technical aspects of voice-overs and the recording process.

VoiceOverTimes is a great resource for those who enjoy chatting and sharing their insight in a bulletin board style forum.

There are currently almost 400 members in the VoiceOverTimes community and the opportunity for a few inspired people to revitalize this forum is an excellent one indeed.

If this sounds like something you would like to be a part of, please leave a comment on this post or email us directly stating your interest and experience.

Looking forward to working together with you to make VoiceOverTimes the best that it can be!

Cheers,

Stephanie

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    Be very glad to assist in any way I can.

    Pete Egeler

    Posted by:

      I would certainly be interested in helping as well. I may be a bit new to the VO arena, but I have plenty of technical experience to bring to the table.

      Posted by:

        I'll throw my hat in the ring, Steph.

        Posted by:

          I do not know specifically what kind of help you need, but I have been writing and doing voice work for 25 years, and could probably add something to the team. (I'll leave the technical aspects to Bob!)

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