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2008 Voicey Award Nominations Open!

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

January 3, 2008

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It's time to nominate, voice actors!

The 2nd Annual Voicey Awards are now open for nominations. Learn more now.

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The time has come to nominate deserving voice actors for the 2nd Annual Voicey Awards!

There are more categories than there were before which means more opportunities to be honored.

The categories are as follows:

Best Male Voice
Best Female Voice
Best New Voice
Best Child Voice ~ New!
Best Teen Voice ~ New!
Best Voice Team ~ New!
Best Foreign Voice ~ New!
Best Personal Branding
Lifetime Achievement

To learn more about the Voicey Awards, rules for entering, read profiles about industry judges, listen to past winners, and nominate voice actors for this year, go to VoiceyAwards.com.

All nominations will take place online this year in effort to go completely green (no faxed in entries)!

Nominations close on February 3rd, 2008 and the awards show will air on the VOX Talk podcast on February 21st, 2008.




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    Woohoo! I'm so excited! And to top it off, I still qualify for the Teen Voice category.

    ...At least for a few more months! I know there are a lot of deserving voiceover artists out there. I look forward to hopefully seeing some of my good friends show up as quality contenders!

    God Is Love-

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