Posts Tagged ‘chris corley’

Whoo! Today we released the third annual Benztown 50 list, the radio industry’s exclusive listing of the top 50 voiceover artists in the U.S. and Canada. We enlisted the uber talented P1 Media Group to compile and analyze industry data that was the foundation for this powerhouse list. This year’s Benztown 50 reflects increased industry participation […]

Right now as you’re reading this, most likely Chad Erickson’s voice is somewhere on the airwaves. His fun and fresh approach to the radio imaging world is infectious. He’s been bit by the radio bug and we’ve been bit by the Chad bug! 1) What radio VO work have you done in the past? From […]

You don’t get on over 90 stations by sittin on your a**, just ask Jeff Berlin. This hard-working dude knows what it takes to be successful in the industry and because he happens to also be a supppeerrr nice guy, he let us on his tips and tricks of the trade.  1) What radio VO work […]

His deliberate, cool style is used to brand some of the biggest stations/shows in the country. Born and raised in the GTA (that’s Toronto if you’re not a fellow Canadian), Lucas has been involved in the performing arts his entire adult life. Now residing beside Detroit, you can hear him on stations like the new […]

This is Mike Muscatello: Production wizard, creative genius, and vocal maestro. But you knew that already… First, please briefly introduce yourself by answering these 2 questions: What radio VO work have you done in the past (stations/markets)? Current and past…SiriusXM FC 94, KRXQ, WAAF, WKHX, WBBB, WLWI, WXNX, WZNE, KRNA, WKZG, KBGL, WFXO, RTE 2FM, […]

What do you love about working as a freelance VO talent? I get a chance to take a more artistic approach towards voicing. I wasn’t ever terribly satisfied spinning cd’s or doing live talk. Sure, there was a thrill when opening the live mic on air, but to me, being able to shape the sound, create […]

Dan Kelly was kind enough to take a break from his post as Creative Services Director for WPLJ/New York to answer a few of our burning questions. 1. Which production system do you use and why? If I’m producing imaging I use ProTools. Even when I’m just voicing something I’ll usually use ProTools. I guess I […]