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Bettye Zoller Workshops : Go Big in Dallas and Houston

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

September 27, 2008

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Bettye ZollerBefore 2008 ends, you have the opportunity to attend two final voiceover workshop days with Bettye Zoller in Dallas, Texas.

Learn what you need to succeed as a voice talent today and have fun too!

Also, there's a workshop in Houston that you may be interested in. For more details, keep reading this post.


October 11 is "Voice Acting for Today's New Media." Learn about today's new types of voiceover jobs and how to win them. You'll also concentrate on learning more about the in-home recording studio you must operate today to work and also on today's internet voiceover sites and your internet presence. The workshop will also include business information and marketing and self-promotion tips. There will also be two guest instructors. Location in Dallas to be announced.

Contact: 214-638-TALK (8255) or visit www.voicesvoices.com for information and to enroll in the online store.

Fee: $305. MC VISA Check.

And on November 8 in Dallas, join Bettye Zoller for "The Business of Voiceovers," her most popular seminar nationwide. In this intensive one-day workshop you'll learn where the jobs are, how to win them, winning more online auditions, working on the internet more successfully, helping your agents help you, and much more!

Fee: $305 includes valuable take-home handout packet.

Contact: www.voicesvoices.com or phone 214-638-TALK (8255)

Houston, TX Workshop

Study with Bettye Zoller and a number of guest teachers on Sunday October 26. This day begins at 9 a.m. with a luscious catered breakfast buffet at the Marriott Hotel Galleria with mix and mingle, get-acquainted / networking. Then, you'll receive hands-on copy reading and copy interpretation coaching from voice coach and voiceover pro, Bettye Zoller.

Guest teacher, Scott Feighner, Houston recording studio equipment advisor, audio engineer producer, and voiceover talent, provides information on improving your home-based computer recording studio and on becoming a better audio engineer.

Guest teacher, Houston's Jim Conlan, owner of "Radio Works", audio engineer, commercial producer, instructs you on the voiceover demo today and how to win more auditions.

The "business of voiceovers" will also be a topic and the handout packets you take home will contain valuable articles on the industry and more.

Fee: $175.

Contact: www.voicesvoices.com or phone 214-638-TALK (8255).

Private consultations with Bettye Zoller in Houston Texas are also available: Contact her right away to reserve your private hour consultation Limited availability.

Houston dates: Monday October 27, Tuesday October 28. Time slots scheduled individually once you are enrolled. $85 per hour.

Bettye Zoller is also a featured presenter on our podcast, Voice Over Experts. To listen to Bettye, you can visit her profile here:

Bettye Zoller on Voice Over Experts

Best wishes,


Related Topics: agents, Bettye Zoller, Dallas, Houston, how to, industry, radio, Voice Over Workshops


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