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Are you a Voice Coach? Get on Voice Over Experts!


By Stephanie Ciccarelli

June 26, 2007

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Voice Over ExpertsVoice Over Experts is the #1 Educational Voice Acting Podcast that features voice over coaches from the US, Canada and abroad.

Want to get on the roster at Voice Over Experts?

Here's how!

Do you teach people how to do voice overs or how to become voice actors?

If you are a voice over coach and haven't added your name to the list of Voice Over Experts at Voices.com as of yet, here's an invitation for you to do so!

Voice Over Experts is the #1 Educational Voice Over Podcast showcasing the best in the business.

Contributing to Voice Over Experts is easy and you can do it often.

Each episode that you'd contribute would be about 5 minutes long, giving you enough time to cover a technique or concept and advertise your website and contact details at the end providing a way for interested people to contact you.

We'll also promote your episode(s) in many ways, one of which being a press release announcing your participation and lecture distributed through our online media channels and to freelance journalists.

How do you get started?

Please email me a brief bio that we can use for your press release. We will be using that bio and photo too (or image) on the Voice Over Experts website to provide listeners with biographical information and links to your website.

With regard to the lectures:

Each lecture (episode) you contribute should be 5 minutes in length, give or take, and be emailed to me as an MP3 file at 192kbps.

I'm happy to share that we've just released our third episode today. So far, students around the globe have had the privilege to study with Voice Over Experts Marc Cashman, Julie Williams, and most recently, Bob Bergen.

Over 20 voice over coaches are on board and we'd love to have you as a member on our expert panel.

If you haven't heard the podcast yet, click through the link below so that you can get a feel for the length and type of content:

Listen to Voice Over Experts

As Voice Over Experts is a weekly podcast, I am going to make sure that there is a good rotation of coaches and material to keep versatility and diversity flowing for the audience. This will also ensure that lectures that are similar in nature are not grouped too closely together, giving you the coverage you deserve and better feature your areas of expertise.

Sound good?

To sum up, here are the details:

1. Please send an updated bio and head shot or logo (.jpg or .gif is fine, I'll crop on this end) for press releases and articles promoting your lectures

2. Each lecture you present should be 5 minutes (or slightly longer), recorded as an MP3 at 192kbps and emailed to stephanie@voices.com

If you have additional questions that I can answer or suggestions, please let me know via reply email.

Looking forward to hearing from you,


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    I found your ad through Google but I cannot find the company "Toolbox" that has classes in the Boston area. If you could please help me I would appreciate it. I should have pursued voice performance and classes long ago. Now I want to finally take the plunge and use my voice talents for a career.

    Mitch Banks

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    • Mitch Banks
    • August 4, 2007 4:56 PM

      Hi Mitch,

      I think you may be referring to the classes DB Cooper teaches at CPCasting

      Those are in Boston - hope that helps!


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