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Rodney Saulsberry's Promo and Trailer Teleclass

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

January 3, 2007

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Think you have the voice for promos and movie trailers? Check out Rodney Saulsberry's teleclass.

This week, I had a chance to chat with Rodney Saulsberry, author of "You can bank on your voice" and the voice of television promos and numerous movie trailers such as, How Stella Got Her Groove Back, Finding Forrester, Tupac Resurrection, Friday and Dumb & Dumberer.

Rodney is teaching a 6-week teleclass on Thursday evenings starting on January 11th through February 15th 2007.

Seating for this teleclass is limited to 12 participants on a first come basis (3 spots are remaining as of January 2nd). Participants can dial in from the comfort of their home or office. Call-in information and class workbook will be sent when your registration is confirmed.

Rodney's curriculum is as follows:

Week 1: The Hard Sell Promo Read

Week 2: The Soft Sell Promo Read

Week 3: The Dramatic Promo Read

Week 4: The Dramatic Trailer Read

Week 5: The Comedy Trailer Read

Week 6: Movie Reviews Trailer Read, Interstitials, EPK's and other exciting aspects of the Trailer world.

Each week you will receive six scripts and be instructed to pick one of them to read aloud twice during our session.

Rodney will direct you for your first read and critique your next read. Your second read should reflect your ability to take direction and give you an idea of what you need to work on to be better at the next session.

Extra perks include:

Home studio discussions
Voice-over marketing techniques
New cable stations and networks
Finding your signature voice


Rodney SaulsberryClass: Rodney Saulsberry's Promo and Trailer Teleclass
Dates: Thursdays, January 11, 2007 to February 15, 2007
Time: 8-9 p.m. Eastern Time / 5-6 p.m. Pacific Time
Where: From the comfort of your home or office
Tuition: $695 paid in advance at time of registration
Click here for more information and to register

Related Topics: comedy


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