By Stephanie Ciccarelli
November 11, 2009
Canadian voice over agent Roger King recently joined the Voice Over Experts faculty.
Roger is the President of PN Agency which provides voice-over talent to the radio, television, film, multi-media and animation industries. In 2004, he launched a sister agency, Ethnic Voice Talent (EVT), and now represents over 100 voice over talents and translators in more than 15 different languages.
His debut podcast, "Secrets of an Agent Man: Tips on Getting Representation" was published this week and I thought it would be great to share it with you here on VOX Daily.
Be sure to comment with your thoughts!
In this podcast, Roger King shares a number of practical tips that will keep you in a voice over talent agent's good books. Roger gives some quick bullet points from a talent agent's perspective on what they expect of you, the qualities they look for, and how they want to be approached.
I'm sure Roger would love to hear from you!
To learn more about Roger King and follow the Canadian voice over scene, check out his blog VoiceoverCanada.ca.
StephanieRelated Topics: agents, animation, PN Agency, radio, representation, Roger King, voice talent, Voiceover Canada, Voices.com
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