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Old School Radio Pictures

Generally there are two camps that professional voice over artists hail from background wise; theatre and broadcast radio.

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Audies Salutes The Best in Audiobooks for 2009

When you first get into voice over, you’ll quickly learn that something expected of you (to work independently) is an audio home recording studio.

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Spotlight on Katherine Kellgren, Audie Award-Winning...

A look at the classically trained, sophisticated and sonorous, narrates stories from the depths of her soul combining talent and skill with pure passion.

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From Mickey Mouse to Porky Pig, Character Voice...

When a character’s voice is first created, something special happens, & it may be voiced by different people over the decades, takes on a life of its own.

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Hollywood's New Triple Threat? Acting, Looks, and Voice?
Hollywood’s New Triple Threat? Acting, Looks,...

Traditionally, people known as Triple Threats have been performers who can sing, dance and act, but what if there is a new Triple Threat on the horizon?

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When and Why NDAs are Used in Voice Over Contracts

If you’ve been a voice actor for any length of time and are doing well, you may have run across situations where your client has made you sign a NDA.

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Ben Burtt and Sound Design for Wall-E

Learn more about how the movie was built from the “sound” up and how the voices of Wall-E and Eve were created here.

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Kathleen Herles, Voice of Dora The Explorer
Kathleen Herles, Original Voice of Dora Chats with...

For ten years, Kathleen Herles was the voice of Dora the Explorer, one of the most famous voices on television. Check out this inspiring interview.

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Grammys Announcer Heather Halley Interviewed at Voices

You heard the voice of Heather Halley, a voice that has received numerous compliments from people inside and outside of the voice over industry.

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When Voiceovers on TV Series Work

There are TV shows/series that are great shows, but from time to time – sometimes too often – use voiceovers in a way that does not enhance the show.

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iPhone TV Commercial Voice

Here we share a bit more with you about the actor who narrated the commercial for Apple promoting the new iPhone.

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