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We Work with Voice Over Agents To Get the Job Done

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

March 21, 2007

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Voice Over AgentAre you an agent who represents voice actors?

Do you represent voice over talents?

If so, we want to work with you!

Find out more about how voice over agents partnering with Voices.com can help to make the world of VO a better place.

Voice over agents are a special breed of professionals. They work tirelessly to promote their talents and prove to be quite lucrative and essential to many voice acting careers.

This post is in celebration of agents and what they can do to increase the amount of work a voice talent receives, whether the talent is represented by a union signatory or a non-union talent agency.

While other web marketplaces choose to sever ties and burn bridges with agents, we prefer to work together to help get the job done.

Many agents who have discovered Voices.com not only use our website to cast voices, they also sign their own talent up for membership subscriptions to spread the net a bit wider and gather up job opportunities that may not have presented themselves otherwise.

For instance, a local agent based in Detroit could easily land their client (the voice talent) a gig with a firm in Europe, Asia, Australia, or Africa by applying for job postings listed at Voices.com.

In addition to broadening horizons through auditions, talent agents who do not have their own website to host their talent and audio have setup shop at Voices.com to give their clients the best possible web hosting, customer care, and marketing opportunities on the Internet for voice over services.

Another way agents can work with Voices.com is by contributing educational resources while establishing their areas of expertise within the industry via the blog network and the VOX Talk podcast. Participating in a vibrant community keeps the agent involved and abreast of the goings on in the marketplace, able to impact decisions that are made by our team and join in the conversations that continue to inspire and grow the voice over industry.

If you are an agent who uses Voices.com to help promote your voice talent or you cast voices here, we're pleased to have you on board :)

Of course, if you are an agent and just discovered how we can work together because of this article, send me an email to introduce yourself. You can reach me at stephanie@voices.com.

Looking forward to hearing from you! Leave a comment if you like on this post.

Best wishes,


Related Topics: agents, Detroit, industry, Non-Union, union


    I am interested in pursuing a full or part time career in voice over work. I have an unique, deep voice which I feel would work in certain commercial settings. Any advise or direction you could provide me would be greatly appreciated.


    Del Biddison

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    • Del Biddison
    • January 4, 2009 7:49 PM

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