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Who Got the Gig? Bread and Butter :)

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

May 2, 2008

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What kind of voice over work did you do this week?

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Stephanie

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    Much stuff but of note - completed a regional radio campaign for a popular grocery chain. It was a character voice piece.

    Best always,
    - Peter

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      Hey Stephanie,

      I haven't posted on this topic before for various reasons, but I thought I might add my stuff to the mix today. In the past few weeks, I've narrated major projects for Chevron and Exxon in other professional studios here in Houston. From my home studio, I voiced ongoing projects for pharmaceutical sales, a dermatologist beauty spa, business presentation for a trade show, a medical practice's phone prompts and on hold messages, a major hospital corporate narration, jewelry commercials, hospital commercial, political spot, university promo narration,Doubletree Hotel narration and college e-learning courses.

      Some of these have been ongoing clients for many years and hard to remember how they found me, but I do know the e-learning client came through voices.com many years ago!

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        Virtual Reality Safety Training VOs this week along with some scratch tracks for trailers.

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        • Eddie Eagle
        • May 2, 2008 12:58 PM

          More area political spots recorded this week, IVRs and a network ID for The Indoor Media Network, and a juicy e-learning project that I am unable to disclose who it's for because of NDA, but the client found me on my Voices.com website. It's great to be busy doing what I love to do; being a voice actress.
          Bobbin Beam

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            This week I did some e-learning modules for Honeywell, some promos for BBCK, and a TV commercial for Mott's.

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              Hey Steph,

              This (May) turn out to be a good month. I did an image campaigning for an AM station undergoing a format change to a new all talk format. I did a radio spots for a band that is dropping their first CD promoting their big release party at a club here.

              Take Care
              Always Available

              Posted by:

                Hey Steph

                Just finished an image campaign for an AM station going to an all talk format, also did a radio capmaign promoting a concert and party for a new rock band dropping their first CD

                take care

                Posted by:

                  This week was my standard 150 messages on hold for Muzak. On the good side, I also did 4 radio and 3 television spots for "The Historic Triangle" of Williamsburg, Jamestown, and Yorktown, VA.

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                    "Drift Style" Formula Drift's 2007 Pro Championship Drift Race Season Premiers on RUSH HD Network May 7 at 8:30PM. Eddie Eagle narrates the season series.

                    Production on the 2008 series begins the week of May 5. Check out the promos at WWW.RUSHHD.COM

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                    • Eddie Eagle
                    • May 3, 2008 4:37 PM

                      Hey Stephanie,

                      I'm still a very part-part-part-part-time VO artist, but late last week I got some killer news. I work at a production studio in Dallas, TX, and a little over a month ago I recorded scratch voices for five characters in a spot that our studio was producing for EA's "Boom Blox" game. I didn't think much more about that session until late last week, when the producer told me that the client wanted to keep all five of my voices for the final cut, and that I'd be getting a nice check for my work. This will be my first national spot and my largest paying gig so far. I'm uber-stoked! I can hardly wait for the spot to hit the air so I can start sharing it. :)

                      Justin

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                        Well, I Landed another Voice over job through Voices.com this past week and moved up to NUMBER 8 on the Favorites list So Maybe I'll be used more soon!

                        Have a great weekend

                        JOE MC MILLAN

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