By Stephanie Ciccarelli
August 29, 2007
Have you met Johnna Gottlieb?
If you haven't, she's pals with Joan Baker, teaches a VO class at New York University and is going to be on Voice Over Experts this September!
Find out more about Johnna and her class that runs this Autumn.
I just caught wind that Johnna's NYU class œThe Business of Voiceover is now open for enrollment for the Fall 2007 semester. The first class begins Wednesday, September 26th at 6:45 p.m. and runs through December 4th.
Are you serious about finding out what it takes to make it in the voiceover business?
Johnna confides that this is the course to take. Her network of contacts includes top agents, voiceover talent, casting directors and producers who come to her classes as special guests, presenting you with an opportunity to get your questions answered by the people who "make this industry tick". In addition, you will have the chance to read voiceover copy for these industry professionals and get feedback about your skill level.
Guests have included:
The Legendary Don LaFontaine “ Voice of over 5000 Movie Trailers
Rodd Houston “ Voice of Verizon Wireless, Subway, VH-1, NBA on CBS
Joan Baker “ Author œSecrets of Voiceover Success
Bill Graves “ Voice of ABC™s Nightline and Primetime
Tim Champeaux - Voice of Jenny Craig, Today Show Concert Series
Jim Kozloff - Director of Talent and Business Development at VH-1
Stewart F. Wilson Turner “ Co-Creator of voicebank.net
Voiceover Agents from Don Buchwald & Associates, Abrams Artists, Paradigm and Innovative Artists
Producers from Miramax Films, ESPN, BET, HBO, NBC Sports
These people have a firm grasp on what it takes to become a successful, working voice over actor.
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