Posts Tagged ‘Don LaFontaine’

Drew Patterson’s VO work speaks for itself…but he’s so damn awesome we highly suggest getting to know him as well. He knows what the industry needs and he delivers. And also…how can you resist that perfectly groomed beard? 1) What radio VO work have you done in the past? I just signed WAAF in Boston. […]

Brian Haddad not only has a great personality, he IS a great personality! With a stellar attitude at all times and having worked at legendary radio stations, Brian is a hall of famer that you can’t deny. 1) What do you love about your job? Working at a heritage sports/talk station like WIP, in a city […]

  Randy Thomas has got to have the most impressive resume out there. A pioneer for women in radio and TV, Randy found her calling early on and she’s the dependable, hard-working, uber talented artist you want on your station.  1) What radio VO work have you done in the past? Since 1993 I have done […]

If you want to learn some real radio tricks of the trade, John Pleisse is the one to talk to. His wealth of industry knowledge and experience is enough to want to make you grab some ‘smores and sit around a campfire just to listen to what he has to say…especially because he has one […]

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 […]

If voiceover was an Olympic sport, Steve Kamer would be the gold medalist. And while VO work may not have made the cut for the 2016 Olympic games hosted in Rio, currently airing on NBC, Steve’s golden voice is THE VOICE of Olympics! Try this…turn on NBC/The Olympics, listen for Kamer’s voice, then read his answers in […]

Melissa Disney is a renaissance woman in the voice-over industry. She’s the first woman to voice a movie trailer campaign, continuing on to do 50 plus trailers in every type of genre you can think of. She sang the national anthem in front of thousands of people at NBA and NFL games. Not only is […]

You’ve heard him on Dash Radio’s (Dash1, SKEE, L0UD, XXL, The City, The Cut & Reggae King), SKEE TV on Fuse, Dorrough’s signature artist tag (“Now, it’s Dorrough Music”) & most recently the Benztown Rhythmic library. Meet Oscar “Vicious” Vasquez. 1) How did you get your start in radio? It was right after high school. I […]

Doug MacAskill ‘s radio journey began at Superadio Network in 1989 where he was Production Director for John Garabedian’s Open House Party. Now, 20 years later, Doug is the voice of that show – and heard in over 150 markets (and growing). What radio VO work have you done in the past (stations/markets)? WPOW/Miami, WAMO/Pittsburgh, […]

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 […]