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Voices.com Partners With VoodooVox In-Call Media

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

March 17, 2009

Comments (7)


We're pleased to announce that Voices.com has partnered with VoodooVox to bring even more opportunities to the voice over marketplace.

While any Voices.com member may be contacted for these jobs, an invitation has been extended to Voices.com paid members to be included in a special program and presented as preferred vendors.

The Voice of In-Call Media

VoodooVox In-Call Media has hundreds of voice over jobs that they need filled each and every month for in-call advertising. They have chosen to partner with Voices.com to meet their needs.

What Opportunities Will Be Posted by VoodooVox Advertisers?

These jobs will be advertisements for In-Call Media, essentially audio advertising that is dynamically inserted into the call experience. Examples include voice over recordings for automated movie ticket lines, radio station contest lines, no-cost conference call services, and so on.

How Will This Work?

Our teams have worked together to seamlessly integrate our technologies. Advertisers at VoodooVox will select Voices.com talent to record their ads. If you are selected for one of these opportunities it will appear as a private job offer in your Voices.com account.

While the technology allows for everyone at Voices.com to be considered, VoodooVox has a special program that we are inviting paid members at Voices.com to apply for. If you are chosen, you'll be part of a certified list of professionals as selected and recommended by VoodooVox that will be presented to their customers via a special search filter within VoodooVox's advertising platform.

How To Apply?

If you are a paid member of Voices.com, check your email for a special invitation email sent from me today.

Best wishes,

Stephanie Ciccarelli
Co-founder of Voices.com

P.S. The date to submit by is March 18, 2009 to be considered for this opportunity.

Related Topics: how to, in-call media, jobs, radio, voiceovers, voices.com, Voodoovox


    This sounds like a superb opportunity. I'd love to know what kind of demos Voodoovox would like us to have in order to be considered for these private invitations.

    Posted by:

      Hi Jeffrey,

      Thank you for your comment. In the email, there are instructions to produce and record spots from the material provided. You will need to apply through VoodooVox's site as indicated in our email. Just to confirm again, only paid subscribers of Voices.com are eligible for this. The deadline to apply is tomorrow, March 18.



      Posted by:

        Stephanie, I am intrigued. I am a paid member of voices.com, yet never received said email.

        Posted by:

          I love this idea! I sent in my submission already! Stephanie... this is ongoing proof that voices.com looks out for it's people. Thanks!


          Posted by:

            Hi Catherine,

            Thank you for your comment and I hope all is well with you. I've added your query about the VoodooVox invitation to our support queue and a member of the Voices.com team will answer you at their earliest convenience.

            Best wishes,


            Posted by:

              I received the email and set right to work. Though do make sure you have the file in mono as suggested. Somehow, I mixed it down to stereo and had an issue uploading. Thankfully, I figured it out quickly and remixed. Doh!

              Posted by:

                I checked into the background of this company, and watched the video features linked on its website. This has the potential to be enormous...for VoodooVox, and for us.

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