By Stephanie Ciccarelli
September 12, 2007
Calling all Republicans and Democrats!
Uncle Sam and advertising agencies across the US are in need of political voice overs to air for the 2008 US Election.
Send us your political demo and we'll feature it on a special page dedicated to getting you political voice work!
Learn more here.
If you bleed red, white and blue, we want to hear from you!
As we're all aware, the United States is holding an election in 2008 to elect a new president to succeed George W. Bush.
As campaign trails are being blazed across America, speeches are given and production of political advertisements is now upon us with voice over being a top priority for many candidates and their representatives.
In order to help facilitate the finding, listening to and hiring of voice actors for political ads, Voices.com is in the midst of creating a web page on our site that features political voice over demos of all stars and stripes specific to elections in the USA.
If you have a political demo that you'd like to feature, send it to media (@) voices.com. Once received, we'll review it for content (family friendly please, folks) and feature it on the website.
Be sure to specify which political party your voice over demo is representing.
Looking forward to receiving your political voice over demos!
P.S. To participate, you must be a member of Voices.com as we will be linking to your Voices.com website. Memberships include Premium, Preferred and Guest.
If you are not a member but would like to participate, sign up for one of our voice talent memberships to qualify.
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