I just found one of my most recently completed healthcare commercial voiceover spots on my client’s Facebook page. This spot is for the Nevada Health Co-op which helps people navigate various healthcare-related insurance decisions.
Politics Religion Mac v. PC Many times I've encouraged social media enthusiasts to stay away from three online topics. Tired Flames When you engage in those issues, there are no flame-war winners...so why bother? Not that the debate has no value...of course it does...but something about the milieu of social media seems to make it unsolvable and often hurtful. And yes, participants and lurkers learn something from a civil back 'n' forth, but the time and effort seems wasted because these issue
7 years ago, a couple of enterprising geeks launched a social network called TWITTER. You could only write messages of up to 140 characters. Pundits scoffed. Now those guys are billionaires. Thousands of these experiments have launched since then. They come and go. Some die spectacular deaths (My Space), others are actually very useful, but never seem to catch on. (Catch, Springpad, Amplify). Others seem to be a nuisance, and survive anyway (Referral Key). The question becomes whether to
This'll be brief. Info in today's blog relates back specifically to yesterday's blog (Lobbing the Grenade Into No-No Land). What I'm about to reveal harkens back even further to any number of articles I've written over the last five years that indicates the certain and now accelerating death march of the ISDN SOP (standard operating procedure) that has ruled the roost in the voiceover business since....forever. Repeating the mantra of ISDN's demise has shaken loose lots of interesting reaction
“This all may smell rotten to a European sensibility, but may we just stipulate that the Voice Arts™ Awards are not the Pulitzer Prize.” “My personal take on it is if it’s important to you, participate.
Improv skills will improve your voice over auditions and job performances - and boost your confidence at the mic. But many fear trying improv. You, too? Here\'s a simple, fun exercise to get you started ...
One day you wake up and decide you want to paint your house. More than just a safe and easy, neutral colour palette throughout, you want to have an accent wall in each room. A BIG BOLD accent wall in each room.