Over the last ten years the voice-over industry has undergone major changes and not just in North America. All across the globe small mom-and-pop shops to Fortune 500 organizations are changing their casting processes.

Voice-over talent no longer need to live in major urban centers to work in the industry. With an Internet connection and affordable recording equipment, voice talent can easily work from their home studios anywhere in the US and voice a project for someone in England, Japan, or South Africa. With its shrinking borders, work in the voice-over industry is abundant.

However, this shift to online casting and working remotely has created a ripple effect in the careers of many veteran voice talent who are now the solo players in nearly all aspects of their careers. Voice talent now need to possess more than just solid performance skills.

In today’s modern voice-over landscape new and veteran voice actors alike play the part of audio engineer, director, manager, marketer, and accountant. This can be overwhelming to face, particularly for those who worked in the industry prior to the shift online or those who come to it unprepared.

In response to a growing need for voice talent to obtain more business training, professional voice talent and coach, Bill DeWees, is hosting Voice Over Revolution!, a 2-day training event in Las Vegas.

“The biggest reason, by far, that most voice talent struggle, is they that are using an outdated business model,” says former business consultant, Bill DeWees, author of How to Start and Build a 6-Figure Voice Over Business. “Talent have been taught for many years that the only path to a successful career is through talent agents and the union(s). That old model used to be true.  However, it is far from today’s reality, as technology has not only created more opportunities but has also created new, streamlined ways to connect talent with talent seekers.”

“Voice Over Revolution!” will provide attendees with the tools to exploit new and emerging opportunities to compete in today’s voice-over industry.  The sessions are designed with veteran and aspiring voice talent in mind. Attendees will learn:

  • A winning demo formula
  • Why your website might be your worst enemy and 3 simple steps to make it work for you
  • The performance “X-Factor.” How to dramatically increase your audition “win” rate with this simple concept
  • How to land your first voice-over job in less than 1 week
  • How to create a system that provides a predictable voice-over income
  • How to master the “relatable read” and start getting more work immediately

Special guest Dave Courvoisier, a veteran voice talent and local CBS news anchor, will lead a session on how to leverage social media to build a successful voice-over career.  Also, adding expertise to the event is Tim Tippets (the VO Tech Guru) who will be sharing strategies on how to record world-class audio from home.

A live webinar with Voices.com Senior Account Manager, Jennifer Smith, will uncover strategies for achieving success in the online marketplace. She will present a live review of a Voices.com profile and provide tips on how attendees can take their web presence to the next level. Smith will also review the auditioning process at Voices.com and talk about the best strategies to get noticed and hired.

“My role at Voices.com is to ensure voice talent are successful on the site. Making the most of a Voices.com membership from the beginning is the key,” Smith explained. “The last thing our talent want to do is find out 2 or 3 months into their membership that they’ve been missing some key bit of information that could have made all the difference. My participation in Bill’s event will help talent learn how to use their time wisely and increase their chances of being hired through the site.”

The 2-day workshop will be held from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm on February 15 & 16 at the Clarion Hotel, 305 Convention Center Ave., in Las Vegas (just off of the strip).

Additional information can be found at: www.VoiceOverRevolution.com



  1. Oh, yes! I certainly cringe at my high pitched girly voice. The thing is, when I hear myself, i think–OMG! Everyone around me has to deal with this!?

    How about blogging about your first news broadcast? Maybe we can team up with Sherry from channel 8 and report on the weather?!

  2. Thank you Mr. Dewees! There are so many nuggets of wisdom in all your videos and posts. Tamra (my wife) and I have been doing Spanish Voice Overs for over 26 years and this is our passion. We appreciate the great contributions to the global VO community. Best Regards. Julio Rivera


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