I provided my first voice over in 1995. Granted, at the time I had no idea that it was a voice over. I was a high school co-op student working at a radio station in Welland and the Program Director came into the productions studio and said, “Here. Record this.” Continue reading 5 Tips For New Voice Talents
My grandpa could buy anything for a quarter. It was a gift that he possessed that I was entirely in awe of. Now, granted, he bought the vast majority of his toys, tools, collectibles and other stuff at yard sales. Regardless, I don’t think he ever paid more than a quarter for anything.
The man could negotiate. And negotiate he did! Continue reading 4 Reasons You’re Seeing a Lowball Budget
When I developed my web site for my voiceover business a hundred years ago I did a lot of research first. I Googled “Male Voice Talent”, “Voiceover”, “Professional Voiceover” and about a dozen other search strings. Then I started surfing. I spent time going through every single site that came up in the first couple pages of results. Continue reading Voiceover Rates