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Episode 73: Nikki Nash and Finding Your Marketing Genius

Julie Williams talks with marketing mentor Nikki Nash about how pinpointing your unique business vision, determining who wants to pay for your expertise as a voiceover artist and how to set your rates, and more. Nikki is the author of Market Your Genius: How to Generate New Leads, Get Dream Customers, and Create a Loyal…

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Episode 72: John Kissinger On E-Learning Publishers

Voice artist and e-learning developer John Kissinger discusses with Julie why “public enemy #1” isn’t your VO peers who are vying for the same e-learning jobs, but in fact the e-learning designers themselves who either want to save money, or just want to give the mic a try themselves.

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Episode 71: Introducing The Tri-Booth

VO Tech Guru George Whittam and active VO talent-turned-businessman Rick Wasserman discuss their new product, the Tri-Booth, a portable voiceover booth with all the trimmings. Find out more about the Tri-Booth at https://tribooth.com/. Or check in with George Whittam at http://www.georgethe.tech/, or Rick Wasserman at https://www.bookablevo.com/

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Episode 70: Kim Handysides and SEO for VO

Julie talks with veteran voice talent and VO blogger Kim Handysides about the importance of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and using social media for marketing, topics that will be covered in their upcoming webinar.

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Episode 69: Jodi Krangle & The Power of Sound

Julie and Jodi Krangle, a voice talent in Toronto, Canada, discuss Jodi’s own podcast, Audio Branding: The Hidden Gem of Marketing, in which she explores various aspects of how powerful sound is.

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Episode 68: Remembering Brad Venable

Pat Fraley, Cliff Zellman, and Deb Munro join Julie Williams in remembering Brad Venable, a talented and prolific video game and anime voice actor who passed away in January 2021 at a young age.

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Episode 67: David H. Lawrence XVII Discusses Some Effects of Covid on Voiceover

David H. Lawrence has had a long career in both voiceover and as an on-camera actor. He’s also a well-respected voiceover coach. David takes time out of his busy schedule to talk with Julie about how the Covid-19 pandemic has affected voiceover, the response of the SAG-AFTRA union to the pandemic, and where he sees…

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Episode 66: Emmett Andrews Discusses VO Studio Acoustics

Emmett Andrews, voice talent and author of the book VO Studio Companion–The Home Voiceover Recording Instruction Manual, talks with Gary about studio acoustics, studio size, and the varying attributes of acoustic foam and acoustic panels.

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Episode 65: VO Coach Deb Munro discusses Creating Personality

Julie Williams talks with voice actor and VO coach Deb Munro about the importance of adding “Personality” to your voiceover arsenal

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Episode 64: Don Baarns Discusses The Izotope RX Noise Reduction Software

Co-host Gary MacFadden talks with voiceover technical guru Don Baarns about a piece of file post-processing software that many voiceover talent are now turning to: Izotope RX. Don himself had a role in the development of one of the software’s functions most used by VO talent: Mouth DeClick.

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