By Stephanie Ciccarelli
March 22, 2010
Have you been part of our teleseminar series, "The Future of Voice Overs," over the past couple of weeks?
Tomorrow marks the third and final teleseminar in this particular series. We'll be talking about podcasting, where the opportunities lie and how you can best position yourself as a service provider in this exciting area of New Media.
Leesa Barnes joins us to share her expertise in "From iPods to Podcasting" live at 1 p.m. EST on Tuesday March 23rd, 2010.
It's hard to believe that we are already at the end of our three week series on The Future of Voice Overs! We've really enjoyed this series due much in part to the wonderful response received from both those listening in and our special guests.
Over the last couple of weeks, we've gained insight about where exploding markets for voice over are going. To recap, we've received practical tips from award-winning audiobook narrator Simon Vance, gained a publishers perspective from Robin Whitten of AudioFile Magazine, and discovered hidden gems of opportunity in the video gaming industry with Michael Schmalz of Digital Extremes.
In our final teleseminar for this series, we'll discover how to make money from podcasting and examine voice over's unique role as a major catalyst for bringing exciting, current and useful content to the masses both on portable devices and through channels online.
There is so much opportunity for voice over artists in this field! I've hired a number of talent over the years to record intros, outros and imaging for our Voices.com podcasts.
We'll also talk about it takes to plan a podcast, produce one and get it out to the public. There are numerous ways to make money from offering podcast production services and we'll be sure to discuss many if not all of them on the teleseminar this week on Tuesday March 23, 2010 from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. EST.
Podcasting, though it's been around now for many years, is still akin to the wild wild west in terms of wrangling the medium into a platform that can be successfully monetized. Our guest, Leesa Barnes, has written a book called "Podcasting For Profit" and we look forward to hearing her take on how to this can be accomplished.
Leesa Barnes is President of the Association of Virtual Events Managers, Organizers & Hosts and is a leading authority on using virtual events to become the #1 expert in your niche market.
Nominated as one of the Top 50 Most Influential & Powerful Women in Social Media, Leesa helps independent consultants, entrepreneurs and business owners leverage virtual events and other online tools to boost profits.
Learn more about Leesa at VirtualEventSuccess.com.
Generally these teleseminars are only available to our Premium annual and Platinum members. Last week, I gave some seats on the video gaming teleseminar away and I'd like to do the same thing now. All you need to do is retweet this article on Twitter for a free pass!
I'll be checking Twitter up until about noon hour tomorrow (12 p.m. EST on Tuesday March 23, 2010) for retweets and will send you your invitation via email so that you can join in the fun.
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