Voiceover Stories - Real, Raw, and Relevant
Summary: Curious about what is all involved in voice overs? Stories from the VO Booth is hosted by veteran NYC voice over actor and voiceover trainer, Tina Zaremba. This podcast shares the real stories from various voice talent, producers and more. Hear the real challenges and wins as well as tips to help propel your career in this new world.
Hey Friends! It's Thursday and today on VO Stories we're talking about a heated topic- voiceover rates! You'll not only hear my thoughts, but also from some other notable talent - like Steve Ket and Carrie Olsen. As you listen, think about the following questions; - How comfortable are you in negotiating rates? - Do you know the industry standard rates for the area you voice in? - Do you know your value? Share your insights with me on social: @tinazarembavo
Happy Thursday, all! This week, you are in for a treat! I'm talking with Chuck Duran, host of VO Weekly and owner of Demos That Rock. Listen in as we talk about his approach to produce demos an how he approaches branding! Keep your eyes peeled for a future episode where I chat with Chuck again. You won't want to miss it. VO Stories, new episodes, every Thursday.
Hi friends! Happy Thursday and happy podcast day! With Mother's Day on Sunday (along with my birthday), I just KNEW the topic of today's podcast. To celebrate mamas and especially voice over mamas, this episode looks at the balancing act of voiceovers and motherhood. You'll hear from a variety of VO mamas sharing their experiences, advice and funny stories.
Happy Thursday! On today's episode, I chat with Heather Costa. She has faced some pretty big challenges, and remains the epitome of optimism, perseverance and badassery. Listen in as we chat through her voiceover journey, and what advice she has on moving through life's challenges.
Hi and happy podcast day! This week, I'm talking about finding the truth int he copy - and in your life. I offer three tips to help you find your truth. Oh yeah - and I have some pretty awesome VO friends give some insight as well. If you're feeling lost in your career - or even in life - take a listen. You won't regret it.
Happy Thursday and happy podcast day! "VO Stories" isn't just the name of this podcast but what we strive to discover- the stories of various individuals that touch the voiceover world. I believe through story we not only learn but feel what so many of us desire...connection. Today's episode features casting director Jen Rudin. I took so many golden nuggets away from our conversation. Some key takeaways: there is real value in having a #mentor; be professional and you only have you name- be kind! If you enjoyed this episode and it inspired you in some way, please share your biggest take away with me. Take a screenshot of you listening on your device, post it to your Instagram Stories and tag me @tinazarembavo
Hi VO friends! Happy Thursday, aka new podcast day! This week, I'm talking about self-doubt - you know, that feeling that constantly nags at you and causes a whole slew of questions? Am I good enough? Do they even like me? Did I mess up? Listen in as I chat through self-doubt and my three keys to helping reign in my own self-doubt - even after 15 years in this business. New episodes of VO Stories, every Thursday.
Hi all and happy Thursday! This week, I chat with the always delightful Ramon de Ocampo, who has narrated over 150 audio books! If this is the aspect of voiceovers that you're interested in, then this is the episode for you! Listen in as Ramon and I chat about his VO journey, how he stays mentally and physically well, and so much more! New episodes of "VO Stories" every Thursday!
Hi all, Happy Thursday! This week's podcast is about resilience and resiliency. I'm guilty of it - being so serious and moping when things didn't go the way I hoped. Being resilient and keeping your spirits up during those VO "valleys" is vastly important. Listen in as I chat through my experiences with resilience and see what some of my VO friends and colleagues had to say! New episodes of VO Stories every Thursday.
Hi friends! Happy Thursday and happy #VOStories day! This week, I chat with Gerald Griffith, the founder and executive producer of VO Atlanta, which is basically the Comic Con of voiceovers! Listen in as Gerald talks about who should think about attending VO Atlanta and the importance of networking in voiceovers. Be sure to pay attention to his story, "Threads", and tell me how it moved you! New episodes of VO Stories, every Thursday.
Hi friends! Welcome to another Thursday, and another episode of #VOStories. This week, I share some of my best advice - advice I would give to my past self; you know, the one who was just starting out in voiceovers. In today's podcast, I share my top three tips for not just my past VO-self, but for all voiceover actors - past, present and future.
Hi all! Happy Thursday! Today I chat with the ever-lovely Bill Ratner. You may recognize him as the voice of multiple movie trailers. In this week's episode, we talk about trends in voiceover, how to find success in voiceovers and finding your authentic voice. Be sure to check out Bill's upcoming workshops! I know I'll be there!
Happy Thursday! Today on #VOStories I talk about marketing. I know what you're thinking - marketing? I used to think that too. I'm a creative, not a business person; why would I need marketing? Well, with the help of some really great entrepreneurs, I learned all I could have ever wanted to know about marketing - and now I'm sharing that knowledge with you.
Hi friends! Happy Tuesday! On today's podcast, I chat with Frank Verderosa - a seasoned audio engineer, producer and casting director. We chat about everything, from his passion for music, behaviors he sees in successful voiceover talent and how to get called back after an audition! New episodes of VO Stories every Tuesday
Happy Tuesday! This week on VO Stories, I chat about spirituality. Now before you assume anything, let me explain: I've always viewed voiceovers as an opportunity to grow personally. I was the shy kid; you know - the one that never wanted to talk in class for fear of being wrong. When I first started out, I was working my tail off - but never saw the results I wanted or thought I deserved. Sometimes, surrendering to the unknown in the best thing you can do for yourself. Just let go. Instead of thinking why me, try asking, "What is the lesson here?" I promise you - it will change everything. New episodes of VO Stories every Tuesday!