At Voices, our corporate values are Innovation, Excellence and Integrity. Our brand is an expression and reflection of these values. The content we create or produce, the partners or stakeholders we affiliate ourselves with, the customers we choose to do business with and the jobs we elect to complete must at all times be consistent with our corporate values, as defined by the following content guidelines.
Content Guidelines Apply To The Following:
- The scripts of jobs posted either on the website directly by clients, or internally by our team.
- Talent and Client profiles, including but not limited to text, imagery, audio and video on profiles.
- The copy or content of internally produced material, including but not limited to the website pages, press releases, marketing collateral, marketing emails to customers, blog posts, social posts and more.
- At Voices, we have adopted an “E is For Everyone” styled approach to content. Definition of Everyone comes from the Entertainment Software Ratings Board.
Content is generally suitable for all ages. May contain minimal cartoon, fantasy or mild violence and/or infrequent use of mild language.
In some instances, Everyone 10+ may apply, but these are to be evaluated on a case by case basis.
Content is generally suitable for ages 10 and up. May contain more cartoon, fantasy or mild violence, mild language and/or minimal suggestive themes.
Applying The Content Guidelines
All content and media produced at Voices must adhere to our brand values and guidelines
Voices uses the Golden Rule for filtering content.
This applies to:
- Job Postings
- User Profiles
- Demos (titles, descriptions)
- Email addresses
- Phone numbers
We will not create, post or approve anything that promotes evil. Everything that is produced or permitted at or by Voices must be accomplished with the objective of making the world a better place.
Job Posting Guidelines
Voices’s goal is to maintain a family-friendly marketplace. We have a set of branding values that pertain to the content permitted on the site. These guidelines apply to the job description, sample script, attached script, the product and the type of business.
Scripts related to the following types of content will not be approved on Voices:
- Adult Content / Mature Themes
- Extreme Violence
- Hate Speech
Closing Thoughts and Other Things to Keep in Mind
Although we uphold very high standards, it’s possible that you may find disagreeable things on Voices, some of which may even offend you, and likely, would offend us as well. Because the site is so large, it is impossible for us to monitor all activity on profiles and would appreciate your help keeping our community safe. If you are offended by a photo or audio sample you can “Report Abuse” through our support ticketing system, a link that’s available in the bottom of every page.
Usually when someone violates any elements of Voices’s service agreement or guidelines it is an accidental occurrence and a warning is given, however, if more violations occur this can result in account termination without warning.
In the unlikely event that you see content or demos that you’ve created on another member’s profile, we encourage you to contact them and courteously ask them to delete the image or audio file. If that doesn’t work, please send us an email and we will take it from there.
We’ve designed these guidelines to provide a professional environment that is welcoming, engaging and beneficial to everyone who is a member of Voices. If you don’t feel that you can abide by our Content Guidelines as outlined above, maybe Voices isn’t for you.
If you ever have any questions or comments, we’d love to hear from you. Feel free to contact us and share your thoughts via email and we’ll do our best to send you a timely response.