Posts Tagged ‘Ernie Anderson’

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 […]

What radio v/o work have you done in the past and what are you up to      presently? I’ve imaged and branded nearly 500 radio and TV stations over the past 25 years and continue to return to markets I’ve been in and find new friends to work for. I do most of the movie […]

  What do you love about working as a freelance VO talent? That I get to spend the day in a quiet house while the kids are at school, just me and our dog ‘Buddy’, without my two boys fighting or asking me to cook them something! Plus the fact that I can be as busy […]

What radio VO work have you done in the past (stations/markets)? What are you up to presently (freelance/on-staff at a station)? There have been many tremendous stations I’ve worked with over the years. WKTU New York, KIIS-FM Los Angeles, WCBS New York, KYW Philadelphia, B96 Chicago, Capital FM London, WXTU Philadelphia, Q100 Atlanta, WSIX Nashville, […]

HUGE thanks to the legendary radio voice talent (and former semi-pro football player) Chuck Matthews for this contribution!!! We’ll start with a little bit about Chuck, in his own words: Celebrating (I think, lol) twenty years this year in broadcasting. Experience ranges from Cleveland to Raleigh to Atlanta. I’m a Marconi Award winner and multiple […]