New York, NY, May 10, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Voice123 (http://voice123.com), the online voice over marketplace where voice over talents promote their voice services and voice talent seekers find the best voices for their projects, presented statistics about what are the most demanded languages voice talent seekers users of the Voice123 website are requesting for their projects.
One of the most important benefits voice talent seekers find in Voice123 is the ability to search for and hire professional voice actors and producers for projects in many different languages. Many of the talents subscribed with Voice123 are multilingual or live in countries overseas. Regardless of their location, voice artists can be hired for any type of voiceover project.
A recent analysis, Voice123 revealed what are the most demanded languages for the projects they post in the website. The most requested language is American English with 65.39% of all projects, followed by British English with 17.07%, Spanish with 10.37%, and other languages with 7.17%. Among the other languages requested, the most demanded is French, followed by German, Italian, Japanese, Turkish, Chinese, Russian, Arabic, Portuguese, Danish, Finnish, and Icelandic.
These stats where taken from all projects posted during the month of April and show how voice talent seekers can use Voice123 to find professional voiceover artists of any language, and how voice talents can promote their voice regardless of the languages they speak.
Voice123 (http://voice123.com) is an online voice over marketplace based in New York. With the largest online voice over talent database and a vast number of daily voice over job postings, Voice123 helps voice over talents to promote their voice services, and companies to find the right voice over for their projects. With a young, highly qualified, and technology-oriented team, Voice123 is always looking to provide an innovative service and be a world-class technology company.
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