“The Business of Voice Over: Getting it Right”
Offered by Voice Over Coach David Rosenthal
Many people hoping to start a career in Voice Over think that all they have to do is start talking in front of a microphone, and the work will simply come to them. They’ll be able to quit their jobs and begin a fun, new career voicing commercials and cartoons. Nothing to it, right?
In actuality, getting started in Voice Over takes a lot of business savvy, performance training, start-up costs, an awareness of how to market yourself within the industry itself, as well as a marketing plan for local and national markets. Voice over is a business, and this Business of Voice Over Webinar will give you the tools you need to make the right decisions from the very beginning, avoiding the costly mistakes that so many aspiring voice over actors make without proper guidance.
1.) 3 pre-requisites
2.) Start-up and ongoing costs
3.) Performance and acting training
4.) Business and marketing tools
5.) Agents and unions
6.) Q & A
**DISCLAIMER** GVAA partners with Casting Directors, Coaches, and Agents strictly for the purpose of educating voice actors. Participation does not guarantee representation or work.