New York, NY, April 17, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Although voice actors generally are not in the glare of the limelight or have paparazzi at their heels, voice actors from Hollywood and around the globe were treated to a very different form of media attention: up close and personal interactive media coverage that highlighted the various lectures, events, and movers and shakers of the voice acting world – courtesy of the leading voice marketplace, Voices.com and their popular blog, VOX Daily.
Attending as sponsors for the VoiceOver Creative Experience (VOICE), Voices.com also represented the media, providing concise, extensive and intimate details pertaining to the VOICE conference, honored presenters and exuberant participants, serving the voice over acting industry as an educational venue as well as a means for people to converse by leaving comments on articles from VOICE 2007.
Many voice actors who did not attend the VOICE conference in Las Vegas were treated to an incredible review of each lecture that was presented, including those taught by Rodney Saulsberry, Connie Terwilliger, Frank Frederick, Chris Wagner, Pat Fraley, James Alburger and Penny Abshire, Gregory Best, Bettye Zoller, MJ Lallo, and DB Cooper. Voice actors in attendance at the conference were also appreciative of the coverage provided by the VOX Daily Voice Actors Blog, discovering key points that they may have missed, and for countless talent, being able to fully indulge in and digest the experience that was VOICE 2007 from the comfort of their own homes.
Special events featuring Don LaFontaine (Movie Trailer Voice Actor) and Bob Bergen (Porky Pig) were also given editorial pampering, weaving biographical information with live commentary and photos from each event.
Reviewed as perceptive, accurate, helpful, entertaining and educational, the coverage of VOICE 2007 generated by VOX Daily and the Voices.com team has been received as nothing short of phenomenal, and as an added bonus, has encouraged professionals who were not present to attend the VOICE conference in future years as the articles have validated the conference in print as well as in spirit.
Voice talent Sanjo Ogunseye (http://sanjo.voices.com) of Nigeria commented, “I am in Nigeria, but am already thinking and planning for the VOICE 2008 Conference.”
Dozens of voice talents who participated at VOICE 2007 left comments sharing their gratitude for the conference coverage, including Kara Edwards, ( http://www.karaedwardsvo.com ) of North Carolina who exclaimed, “WOW! (A word ala Frank Frederick!) You have outdone yourself... I'm so glad to have this record of what we learned!”
Fellow North Carolinian, Bob Souer, ( http://www.bobsouer.com/blog ), voice talent and blogger, also chimed in on several occasions with thanks and encouragement, linking to VOX Daily articles of interest from his blog regarding VOICE 2007.
Bobbin Beam, a voice actress based in California commented, “What you have conveyed here is not only an accurate description of his (Rodney Saulsberry’s) topic, but of huge value to VOX Daily subscribers, and all who aspire to succeed in voiceovers.”
Voices.com co-founder and VOX Daily blogger, Stephanie Ciccarelli says, “It was such a joy to experience VOICE 2007 as a sponsor and journalist. Each one of the articles was lovingly crafted and presented to our audience paying close attention to detail while expressing the importance of community and its role in the voice over industry.”
To read detailed accounts of lectures and special events at VOICE 2007, visit the VOX Daily Blog at Voices.com:
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Voices.com provides an online marketplace, facilitating transactions between business clients and voice-over professionals employing a comprehensive suite of web-based services. Clients that have worked at Voices.com include NBC, ESPN, PBS, The History Channel, Reader's Digest, Comcast, Nortel Networks, Bell Canada, Microsoft, Cisco Systems, ING, Western Union, Ford, GM, Jaguar, US Army, the US Government and more.