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VOICE Conference Early Bird Date Extended

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By Stephanie Ciccarelli

March 1, 2007

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VOICE Conference 2007If you've been sitting on the fence, it's time to make a decision before the costs go up! Learn more about the Early Bird extension from the organizers at VOICE 2007.

Recently, AFTRA signed on as a sponsor for the VOICE Conference to be held from March 27 - 31 in Las Vegas, NV. The union has just notified their members of the conference today, so...

As a result, the organizers of the VOICE Conference have extended their early bird pricing for the conference, saving you potentially hundreds of dollars on registration.

If you thought you had missed out on the savings by not registering by the deadline, you have until midnight, March 10th to register at the early-bird tuition of just $497.

Register to take advantage of the savings.

On March 11th, tuition increases to $597.

If you'll be coming to the conference, let us know by leaving a comment!

See you in Las Vegas :)

Cheers,

Stephanie

Related Topics: AFTRA


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    Hello, I am a beginner, I am very interested in starting a career in voice-over. what steps do i take to get started?

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    • crispus phelps
    • September 2, 2008 7:33 PM

      Hi Crispus,

      Thank you for commenting and for asking your questions.

      The first thing you should do is read everything you can. There are a number of great voice acting blogs and forums that would be of immediate benefit to you, including VOX Daily, the blog you are reading right now.

      Also, there are free resources at Voices.com in the Help section. Just click on the help tab at the top of every page and you'll find everything you need to get started.

      Best wishes,

      Stephanie

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