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.
Happy Tuesday! In this episode of Stories from the VO Booth, I speak with Cliff Zellman, an expert in producing automotive voiceover spots. Listen in as we chat about how automotive spots differ from commercial spots, why automotive is holy grail of VO and more. Check out new episodes of Stories from the VO Booth every Tuesday!
From being an agent, working as a producer to casting director today's guest on Stories From the VO Booth is Jeff Howell. He will talk about how he found this industry, habits he feels will help actors when auditioning from home as well as the process as a director for various dubbing projects with Netflix and more. You are in for a treat. Check out Stories from the VO Booth with new episodes every Tuesday!
Happy Tuesday! This week, I chat with Stacey Aswad, host of the popular YouTube show "VO Buzz Weekly". Listen in as we talk about her path to voiceovers, her funny family and how she found greater fulfillment in voiceovers.
Happy Tuesday! In this week's podcast, I speak with Lisa Biggs, a voice over actress who found her natural niche easily. Listen in as we discuss how she came to corner the market on kids' voices, Mrs. Doubtfire and more. Check out Stories from the VO Booth with new episodes dropping every Tuesday!
In today's episode, Vanessa Marshall talks all about her experience as a voice over actor that has made a niche for herself voicing video games. We talk about how she discovered voice overs, how she views the audition process and much more. When talking about her callback for the Star Wars video game series and I asked about the stakes being raised Vanessa's response, "The most important narrative is not to book this job per se but to lift up this narrative," She adds, "The most important thing is to tell the story and that's not about my wallet; my ego or my social media account" Focusing on being of service to the people on the other side of the booth. What can you bring?
Happy Tuesday! Listen in as I speak with Joe Cipriano, one of the top promo and trailer voices! His story shows the value of believing in your dreams and his voiceover journey is definitely one to remember! Check out Stories from the VO Booth with new episodes dropping every Tuesday!
This week's SFTVB features demo producer AJ McKay. Listen in as AJ talks about his first job in radio and how it led him away from his dream of being on air talent. Listen on to hear more about how he enjoys working with J. Michael Collins on talent demos, why his inbox is full by the time he wakes up and how he suggests voiceover talent search for the right demo producer!
Today, I'm talking with Karin Barth and Joe Davis from Voice Actor Websites. This is a good one. While we as talent know the importance of professional equipment; getting the right auditions and continued training.....rarely do we spend time focused on our websites and internet marketing. Listen in as Karin and Joe discuss: 1. SEO 2.. Generating online ads targeting niche markets you may want to gain more voice over work. 3. The two sides to consider when creating a streamlined functional site. 4. The most popular keywords for voice over. As Karin says "Your website is your digital business card. Have your brand and voice front center is super important"
Episode 40 is here and it's a special edition. I'm talking again with my secret weapon, mentor, coach @jodigottliebvo about challenges she sees voice over talent facing; the hidden message in the specs, her upcoming online vo class and more #voiceovers #voice-over #vocoaches #votraining
Hello! This week's episode of SFTVB I am chatting with my friend and casting director Elizabeth Bunnell. Listen in as Elizabeth shares how a path to understand the business of acting lead her to becoming a casting director, tips she has for voice over actors auditioning and more Shut Up and Talk #voiceoivers #castingdirector #voice-over #vocoaching
In this week's episode of Stories from The VO Booth, I'm talking with an amazingly kind and generous NYC based voice over actor, Carin Gilfry. Listen in as Carin shares: - How a career as an opera singer lead her to voice overs. - Why Carin feels audio books is the ideal place to start in voice overs. and much more...
This week's SFTVB features demo producer Eric Romanowski. Listen in as an accidental opportunity led Eric to be a sought after demo producer. Also, hear the various types of demos produces; the do's and don'ts when thinking about getting a demo produced as well as why he feels coaching is essential at any stage in your voice over career.
In today's episode I talk with bilingual voice over artist, Sophia Cruz. Sophia shares why she feels it is important for talent to know what they are naturally good at and bring that to your voice over work. Also, we talked about the power of stories ... especially the stories you tell yourself and way more.
In today's installment I am talking with my childhood friend and ad agency executive, Daniel Karam. Dan, in his own words, is "the go between the creatives and the clients when they want to produce or create a commercial or any type of communication for that matter." Dan is a managing director at Publicis and has over 20 years of experience. In our conversation, Dan shares the process of creating a commercial, the types of voice over talent his agency uses, and where he sees commercials going in twenty years from now.
Today on SFTVB I'm chatting with Roy aka "Uncle Roy" Yokelson. Listen in as Uncle Roy shares his process for creating killer demos; when he feels talent should record their demo and of course how he got the name "Uncle Roy." @antland #voiceoverdemos #voiceovercoaching #voice-over #voiceovertraining