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Is Your Voice-Over Diet Balanced?

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

March 25, 2013

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Are you getting all that you can out of the resources available to you both online and offline?

Voice artist, Tom Dheere, took some time to share his story of entering the industry after finishing college and how the business has changed in recent years.

Tom also details his thoughts on how Voices.com can become part of your plan, rounding out a balanced breakfast for voice actors working in the industry today.

Although you're an artist in the booth, remember that you're a business before you walk into the booth.

Hear more about what Tom has to say in today's VOX Daily!

Voices.com Is Part Of A Balanced Breakfast

How does Voices.com fit into your day? Many talent consider the online marketplace to be part of a balanced breakfast. Tom Dheere agrees. We hope you find this interview both insightful and entertaining!

About Tom Dheere

Tom Dheere (the "H" is silent) is a sixteen-year veteran of the voiceover industry. He has voiced just about every kind of project you can think of from audio books by bestselling authors to big ticket videogames and everything in between. Tom has narrated over 1000 projects, specializing in Explainer Videos. When he isn't voicing, Tom writes and produces animated short films and comic books.

What Makes Up Your Marketing Mix?

Looking forward to hearing from you!

Best wishes,

Related Topics: booth, industry, videogames, YouTube


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