By Stephanie Ciccarelli
March 18, 2010
Johnna Gottlieb (pictured at left) is teaching an online course in "How To Become a Successful Voice Over Artist" via UCLA Extension this spring!
Regardless of where you are, you could be learning from one of the industry's best on Wednesdays starting April 14th through May 19th. As a former agent working with top talent in NYC, Johnna has the inside scoop on what it takes to make it in the biz.
I've included more information for those interested here in today's VOX Daily.
Talent and technique are just starting points in the voice over business.
In Johnna Gottlieb's course, participants will learn the essentials for developing a career and succeeding in this exciting and lucrative field.
à¹ developing a marketing strategy,
à¹ the different categories of voice overs and their rates of pay
à¹ standards for a competitive voice over reel
à¹ signing with the right agency
à¹ understanding contracts
à¹ Internet casting
à¹ unions that govern voice over work and how to become a member
à¹ union vs. non-union work
à¹ the use of celebrities and the impact they have on the industry
à¹ the basics of creating your own home studio
Guests include top voice over talent, agents, casting directors, and producers. For technical requirements click here. Enrollment is limited.
What: How To Become a Successful Voice Over Artist (online course)
When: Wednesdays starting April 14 through May 19, 2010
Who's teaching: Johnna Gottlieb
Classes: 6 meetings total
To Enroll: Click on this link
StephanieRelated Topics: agents, Celebrities, Consulting, how to, industry, Johnna Gottlieb, Non-Union, online course, training, UCLA extension, union, voice overs, voiceovers
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