Posts Tagged ‘pro tools’

From Fox News to big moves, we caught up with our “can’t stop won’t stop” friend Pete Gustin…who by the way, nails Blue Steel. I mean come on! It must be hard being that ridiculously good looking. 1) What have you been up to lately (new projects, life happenings, etc)?  Well it’s been a busy year. In July […]

Valerie, we’re so glad we could catch up with you. Remind us how you got started in the biz, what VO work you’ve done in the past and what you are up to currently? I was a kid when I got started! I was working at my college station WFUV-NY, and there was a card on […]

  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 […]

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 […]

Jessica Gee-George and Grant George are known in the industry as the Voiceover Dynamic Duo and we’d have to totally agree. Their chemistry shows through their work and apparently it even shows through their award winning Halloween costumes. They love doing what they do so much even their kids are joining in on the family […]

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, […]

This Anne Is Our Anne…

Posted: 15th July 2015 by benztownvoiceover in Interviews, Regular Features
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Always the adrenaline junky and never one to dilly-dally, Anne Vydra dove head first into voice overs after a 16-year radio career. She now counts WKBU New Orleans and KUBQ of Eastern Oregon among her early believers in her radio station imaging talents.   What radio VO work have you done in the past (stations/markets)?  […]

Jeff started by patching cassette machines into each other and recording fake interviews with his teachers at school. Today he serves as a full time radio imaging voice for over 100 amazing stations, where he continues to wreak havoc. Every day. What radio VO work have you done in the past (stations/markets)? WPLJ NYC, 92.3 the […]

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 […]