Posts Tagged ‘California Institute of the Arts’

Marc Cashman is BACK! And he’s answering more of your questions. If you have any specific VO questions and wish to be advised by the ever knowledgeable Mr Cashman, you can email him at cashcomm@earthlink.net! Here’s Marc…… Good questions are in abundance this month from NowCasting.com/Actors Ink readers asking about the business of voiceover.  This month’s […]

NowCasting.com/Actors Ink readers from all over the country continue to submit great questions about the VO business.  This month’s queries ask about auditioning dialogues, resumes for VO demos and VO support groups. Q:  Hi, Marc. Love your advice. I’ve got to record at home and submit for a voiceover audition.  There’s a dialogue between my […]

Here’s more provocative commentary from legendary VO coach Marc Cashman, about VoiceJockeys.com. It certainly says a lot about where the VO industry is heading, and how hazardous it can be if you don’t read the fine print! Do you think the VO industry is better overall now than it was 10 years ago? 20 years […]

We’ve got a very interesting subject this month: an exposé on a new online casting or “pay-to-play” website—Voice Jockeys—that’s lowering the low bar already set by these sites.  I received an email from this company that was soliciting voice talent.  Their rates for payment were utterly ridiculous, and their contract was outrageous. I immediately contacted […]