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Episode 42: Giving Back, with Stanley Fisher

With two decades of experience, Stanley has voiced, produced, and booth directed local, regional, and national radio commercials, and has created children’s audio books. He is a classically trained actor, and participated in the Conservatory Program at 2nd City-Los Angeles. Stanley has dedicated his personal time to helping sick kids and wounded veterans…raising just over…

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Episode 41: Performance Tips With Tasia Valenza

Julie talks with Tasia Valenza, one of the top U.S. female voiceover artists. Tasia is a story teller with an acting background; she doesn’t just read the words—she gives them meaning.

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Episode 40: The Creative Process, with Dick Orkin

Julie talks about the creative process with the late yet legendary Dick Orkin, founder of the Dick Orkin Radio Ranch, and the creator of the Chickenman radio serial.

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Episode 39: Personal VO Brands, with Celia Siegel

Celia Siegel is the “Chief Voice Officer” of Celia Siegel Management, known for creating strong personal brands for voice talent and marketing those brands to the max-in a way that’s authentic to each voice actor. She is also the author of the upcoming book VoiceOverAchiever: How to Cultivate Bravado, Swagger and Confidence Through Personal Branding….

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Episode 38: Radio Imaging, with Gabby Nistico

Gabrielle Nistico spends her days behind the mic recording for an impressive list of voiceover clients. Her My voice is featured in hundreds of commercials annually on campaigns for clients such as White Castle, Walgreens, Harley Davidson, Whole Foods, Facebook, Microsoft, and Ivisalign. She also offers voiceover tele-classes, seminars and workshops around the count. Julie…

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Episode 37: Audiobooks at Deyan Audio, with Debra Deyan

Julie talks with Debra Deyan of Deyan Audio and the Deyan Institute of Voice Artistry and Technology. This group produces hundreds of professionally recorded audiobooks each year from their Los Angeles studios.

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Episode 36: Studio Tech, with James Alburger

Julie talks with James Alburger who has been an “audio guy” since he was 12 years old, when he taught himself to edit music with a grease pencil, scissors, and Scotch tape. James now works as a professional voiceover artist, and in creative audio/video services.  He is co-founder of the VOICE conferences, and author of…

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Episode 35: Annual VO Planning, with Julie Williams

Julie takes a look at the year ahead and discusses how to use planning tools to set yourself up for making more voiceover income in 2017 than you did in 2016.

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Episode 34: Vocal Health, with Shana Pennington-Baird

Shana Pennington-Baird is the director of the Seattle Voice Institute and a voiceover artist.  Eighteen years ago, Shana ‘bent’ her vocal cords after performing for six shows consecutively without a break and teaching kids theater during the day.  For six weeks she did not speak; for nine months she did not sing. After healing without…

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Episode 33: VO Warmups, with Rodney Saulsberry

Rodney Saulsberry is the author of the very popular new voiceover book, Rodney Saulsberry’s Tongue Twisters and Vocal Warm-Ups, and is the promo voice on Africa Continuity Soap Opera Scripts for Telemundo around the world! Rodney is also one of the most sought after voiceover coaches in the business. Julie Williams talks to Rodney about…

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