In this second installment of Voiceover Profiles, I had a chance to chat with the amazing Brad Ziffer, one of the most in-demand talents in the country. Brad has had[...]
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David Bourgeois of Voice Coaches, based in Schenectady, NY is in the business of making people stars. Well, at least their voices.
Animoto, the web application that automatically generates professionally produced videos from user-selected images and music, today released Animoto Downloads, the first video download service of its kind. With the visual energy of a music video and the emotional impact of a movie trailer, Animoto videos can now be saved as MP4 video files on Macs or PC’s, at no additional cost.
Let’s look at the different ways that you can use voice-overs in your podcast. Every show has an introduction, perhaps separate segments throughout the podcast, and of course, a wrap up or an outro.
Most people are familiar with the current broadcast medium and the quality of the productions that they consume. The same goes for podcast audiences. Remember that these are the very same people that are actively watching and listening to programs on television or radio, so you’ll need to make them feel at home in your podcast too.
The climate for the advertising business is uncertain as ever. The unsettled world, the price of oil, the precarious state of the economy, the explosion of new media channels, all of that makes the people spending ad budgets are far more cautious, especially compared to the roaring 90′s.