By Stephanie Ciccarelli
April 28, 2011
Will you be watching the royal wedding?
This question is being asked more and more as the date draws nigh. Many of the people I have spoken with will either be watching live or intend to catch the highlights afterward on television or via the Internet.
That being said, a number of people will be listening, even working behind the scenes to bring the royal wedding to the people.
Have you noticed any special voiceovers either promoting or narrating copy related to the royal wedding? Share your thoughts in today's VOX Daily!
British Royal Wedding Promoted By US Voiceover Royalty
There's a lot of pomp and circumstance that comes with a royal event, especially a royal wedding for the future king and queen of England.
I've been keeping my ear to the ground and discovered that many people within the voice over industry are contributing to the lead up to the wedding including promos on network television and more.
More work of this kind will follow in the days after the wedding as the media gives a recap on the wedding and all it entails.
April 29, 2011: The Big Day
According to the official royal wedding site, the wedding of Prince William and Miss Catherine Middleton will be available to watch on the Royal Channel Live Stream, accompanied by a live multi-media blog put together by St. James' Palace.
You can also catch the wedding via the Royal Family's YouTube channel located here:
Have You Noticed More British VO Jobs?
If you're a British voice talent, I'm curious to learn if you've seen an increase in the demand for British voice overs recently with all of the attention the royal wedding has been receiving.
Secondly, if you have ever recorded a voice over for anything related to the British royal family, be sure to comment and let me know!
Photo courtesy The Royal Wedding SiteRelated Topics: industry, Joan Baker, Kate Middleton, Miss Catherine Middleton, Prince William of Wales, Queen, royal wedding, TV, YouTube