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.
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
Today's SFTVB I'm talking with @suzannebarbetta audiobook narrator and NYC actor. Listen in as Suzanne shares how she found the niche of voicing audio books as well as how she preps for such a large body of work. #voiceovers #audiobooks #voice-over #vocommunity #voiceovercoaching #voiceovertraining
Today on SFTVB, I'm chatting with my favorite #producer my sister Nicole Zaremba Listen in as she shares her journey to being a successful TV producer and why she feels inner confidence is the key! @naz5864 @producerMom1 #voiceovers #voice-actor #evolvingvoices #volife #voiceovercoaching #PBS #WKAR
Find out what the #VO Holy Trinity is and why you need it to be successful. This week #SFTVB is talking with @LarryHudsonVO #voiceovers #vosuccess
Today I'm talking with @ChristyHarstVO on her path to voice overs and how she discovered her niche within VOs - medical narration. #voiceovers #voiceover #volife
"Once you learn to think like a voice over business a lot of stuff will fall into place." -Tom Dheere, VO Talent and VO Strategist #voiceoverbusinss #voiceovers #VO #voicetalent #voiceover
"I want people to look at marketing as nothing but an open door of opportunity" @tracylindleyvo #voiceovermamas #linkedin #voiceovers
Listen in as I talk with Bruce Kronenberg co-owner of @AbacusNYC. Bruce talks about how he found voice overs, how Abacus Entertainment supports voice over performers in NYC and beyond and trends Bruce is hearing in the vo industry. #voiceovers #votraining
"I thought writing was going to be my out- but then all of a sudden I discovered voice overs." Today's episode of SFTVB we are talking to the incredibly talented Joe Zieja. Joe is somewhat of a unicorn in the world. Listen in as he shares what he was doing before voice overs (government work) how he quickly became a full time vo actor and working in LA. @joeziejfa #voiceovers #videogames #volife
Today I'm talking with the talented Linda Bruno, voice over talent and founder of Voice Over Gurus. Listen in as she shares how a chance encounter in watching a voice over session set her on a path to have a successful voice over career for the past 20 plus years.
Today I am talking with my voice over coach Jodi Gottlieb about how she discovered voice overs, her teaching process and more.
Today I talk to Alexandra Janelli, Certified Hypnotherapist, Life Coach & Radio Host to discuss the subconscious beliefs that effect our lives, our voices, and our creative energy.
In today's episode I am sharing my discoveries when life's unexpected moments take hold in a literal snow storm. If you've ever found your plans sidelined or have found yourself internally off course, please share with me how you got yourself back to center.
Finding your voice in the world is never easy. It’s even more daunting if you’re Kay Bess, having stuttered as a child. Her perseverance in overcoming that obstacle not only allowed her to find her voice, but also an expansive career as a voice actor. For nearly three decades since attending the BFA program in Acting at USC, Kay has worked non-stop and isn’t slowing down anytime soon.