By Stephanie Ciccarelli
January 5, 2007
With last year now in the recent past, Bob Souer took time to reflect upon some of his voiceover highlights of 2006 with VOX Daily.
Among Bob's favorite jobs of this past year were recording voiceovers for two PBS specials which were both edited and produced by Northern Light Productions. One is called "Making Sense of Place", and is part 2 of a series. Bob narrated this hour long documentary.
Read about Bob Souer's favorite jobs from 2006 and share yours with Voices.com.
The second is a collaboration between Northern Light Productions and Sam Tyler. It's a special called "Good to Great" and is based on the business book of the same name by Jim Collins. Bob was also the narrator of this hour long television documentary.
Bob also worked on several audiobooks, including a project for Argosy Publishing, an interactive dictionary of 67,000 words all of which had to be pronounced correctly! Currently he is working on an interactive medical training project for them involving 30,000 medical terms.
Critiques on Darwinian Evolution, the Da Vinci Code, a movie trailer, a host of regional/national radio and television commercials for Sky Bank, regional commercials for the Lancers minor league hockey team, a series of commercials for regional radio and television airplay for Wheeling Hospital in Wheeling, WV, dozens of PSAs, and voiceovers for the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association also kept him busy in 2006.
One of the churches Bob works with is South Hills Bible Chapel. Their daily radio program is called The Journey. Bob is responsible for editing, writing, voicing, producing and delivering this program for the church each day.
That's a short list of what kept Bob humming last year.
What were your favorite voiceover projects that you worked on in the year 2006?
Share your fave jobs of 2006 by leaving a comment.
Looking forward to hearing from you!
StephanieRelated Topics: dictionary, radio
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