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Carla Diana

Carla Diana

Highlights

I have a calm, adult voice with upbeat energy. It's not overly feminine but has child-like cadence for storytelling that makes a good accompaniment for cartoons and animations. I was the author and voiceover talent for this animated piece for the NY Times SUnday Review entitled "A Day in the Near Future": (Website hidden)
My accent is American English with overtones of native New Yorker and a hint of Italian influence.

Languages

English (North American), English, Italian, French

Accents

French, Italian, North American

Ages

Middle Aged, Young Adult

Special Skills

Audiobooks, Business, Cartoons, Documentaries, Educational, Internet, Jingles, Movie Trailers, Music, Podcasting, Radio, Telephone, Television, Videogames

Experience

Recently the author and voiceover talent for the New York Times Sunday Review piece entitled "Our Walking, Talking Objects", January 26, 2013: (Website hidden)

Previously appeared on morning news programs and talk shows such as:
LIFETIME/Cable, “Our Home”, September 9, 1994
Segments on energy saving batteries and compact fluorescent light bulbs with Marc Summers

CBS/Network, “CBS This Morning”, December 16, 1994
Segment on single use cameras, with commentator Heidi Kaufman

NBC/WBAL, Pittsburgh, local news, January 1995
A guided tour of the work taking place at the Good Housekeeping Research Institute

CBS/WCBS/New York, “News at Noon”, July 18, 1995
Segment on cordless telephones, with commentator Roseanne Colletti

FOX/WNYW/New York, “News at Ten”, August 1995
“FOX Business Report” segment on cordless telephones, with commentator John Roland

LIFETIME/Cable, “Our Home”, February, 1996
Segment on bathroom scales with Ernie Anastos

AMERICA’S TALKING/Cable, “Wake Up America!”, February 6, 1996
Live segments on automotive theft prevention devices: the Club and its competitors

CNN/Cable, “Your Money”, February 1996
Segments on steering wheel locks

FOX/WNYW/New York, “Fox Business News”, March 6, 1996
Segment on smoke detectors, with commentator John Roland

CNBC/Cable, “Steals and Deals”, March 12, 1996
Segments on smoke detectors with commentator Jim Donovan

CBS/WCBS/New York, “News at Five”, March 13, 1996
“Troubleshooter” segment on smoke detectors, with commentator Roseanne Colletti

FOX/WNYW/New York, “Fox Business News”, March 26, 1996
Segment on the Good Housekeeping Research Institute and the Good Housekeeping Seal, with commentator John Roland

WNBC/NBC/New York, “Today in New York”, April 1996
Live panel discussion on smoke detectors

AMERICA’S TALKING/Cable, “Wake Up America!”, May 7, 1996
Live segments on smoke detector comparisons

CNBC/Cable, “Steals and Deals”, May 14, 1996
Segment on 35mm point and shoot cameras with commentator Jim Donovan

CNBC/Cable, “Steals and Deals”, June 11, 1996
Segments on steering wheel locks and digital satellite dishes with commentator Jim Donovan

FOX/WNYW/New York, “News at Ten”, June 1996
“FOX Business Report” segment on 35mm point and shoot cameras, with commentator John Roland

CBS/WCBS/New York, “News at Five”, July 1996
“Troubleshooter” segment on answering machines, with commentator Roseanne Colletti

FOX/WNYW/New York, “News at Ten”, July 1996
“FOX Business Report” segment on answering machines, with commentator John Roland

CBS/Network, “CBS News”, July 22, 1996
A guided tour of the work taking place at the Good Housekeeping Research Institute

CBS/WCBS/New York, “News at Noon”, August, 1996
“Troubleshooter” segment on satellite dishes for digital TV, with commentator Roseanne Colletti

FOX/WNYW/New York, “News at Ten”, August 1996
“FOX Business Report” segment on mini satellite dishes for digital TV, with commentator John Roland

CBS/WCBS/New York, “News at Noon”, September, 1996
“Troubleshooter” segment on home humidifiers, with commentator Roseanne Colletti

CBS/WCBS/New York, “News at Five”, December 1996
“Troubleshooter” segment on winter coat technology, with commentator Roseanne Colletti

Credentials

Education

MFA Design Cranbrook Academy of Art
BE The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art

Voice Over Clients

The New York Times
Lifetime TV

Payment Terms

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Next Steps

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