By Stephanie Ciccarelli
October 27, 2010
Have you been looking for more educational, artistic and business resources pertaining to voice overs in Spanish?
I'm pleased to announce that there is a new resource for Spanish speaking voice over talent!
Pablo Hernandez is championing the cause and has been translating a number of VOX Daily articles into Spanish. These articles now provide additional educational resources for Hispanic voice talent online.
Learn more about Vox Latino now.
Since the day Pablo Hernandez started searching for information about voice-overs all around the Internet, he noticed that the people inside this great community were very supportive, knowledgeable and very willing to help. He also found an abundance of learning resources including podcasts, blogs, videos, forums and many voice over related websites. Although his deep love for voice-overs was reignited before that day when watching an Apple company video featuring his favorite voice over artist, Joe Cipriano, Pablo got most of his knowledge of voice-overs from resources on the Internet.
While there were copious resources in English, Pablo was quick to note that something missing... similar online VO learning resources in Spanish! Considering the number of people on earth who speak Spanish as their first language, the lack of voice over resources for Spanish speaking talent when compared to the resources available to their English colleagues, is surprising. Something had to be done.
Pablo wrote to me and told me about how he felt regarding this truth. We chatted for a while and decided to work toward a solution. Thanks to the efforts of Pablo Hernandez, Hispanic and Spanish speaking talent now have access to a new publication called "Vox Latino," a blog where select VOX Daily articles are translated into Spanish. The blog launched recently and already has a number of articles available to read in Spanish.
You can visit Vox Latino here:
Voice over talent Carlos Estanga founded VoiceOverHispano.com, similar to VoiceOver Universe (VU's founder is Zurek), but for Spanish speaking talent. You can find plenty of blogs written by voice artists from all over Latin America and North America. There are also some very useful groups like 'Ask Trujo' which was created by voice actor and casting director RubÃ©n Trujillo, better known in the Spanish VO community as "Trujo."
Looking forward to hearing your thoughts on this great development!
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