Toronto, Canada, July 06, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Lisa Rice, an American voice over professional, was featured this past week on the renowned Voice Over Experts Podcast, the top educational podcast for beginner and established voice actors around the globe.
In her first episode, Lisa Rice engages her listeners through her lecture "A Job Well Done", emphasizing that voicing a project as a voice over talent and knowing that your client is pleased is very important. Lisa explains how the role of communication has evolved and how crucial it is even after the finished audio files have been delivered. Rice confides that a little communication goes a long way for a job well done.
Lisa Rice received a warm welcome from the Voice Over Experts audience comprised of aspiring voice actors and professional voice talents who subscribe to the program.
Voice actor and podcast listener, Howard Yates, commented, "Lisa's episode was excellent! She gave a lot of good tips on streamlining and prioritizing jobs with the points about effective communication. I agree with the idea that a relationship of some sort can be formed and should be maintained, especially if the jobs are done via the net because of the distance in most cases. Personally, I like all of the podcasts on Voices.com, but this is one that really gave me the most effective tips involving the area that I'm dealing with currently. This will help me focus more and be more confident with my future clients."
The Voice Over Experts podcast series provides working voice actors with weekly inspiration and tips on how to grow in their craft. Available as MP3s, the lessons are hosted online and can be heard at any time of day at the convenience of the listener.
The Voice Over Experts Podcast can be found and subscribed to for free in the iTunes Podcast Directory and online at the Voices.com podcast portal.
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About Lisa Rice
Lisa Rice is an experienced communications professional. She landed her first radio job as a disc jockey at eighteen. Then, an announcer/producer stint with Trans World Radio took her to Guam. After graduating college with a degree in Communications, she began producing, writing, and directing. Her one-on-one interviews have extended from the White House and Capitol Hill to Nashville. Her voice-over work includes customers and organizations from a wide range of business and corporate levels as well as advertising and marketing agencies, radio and television stations, non-profit groups and ministries.
Voices.com is the online marketplace where businesses connect with voice actors and voice over talents. Radio and television stations, advertising agencies, marketing executives, casting directors and voice talent agencies rely on Voices.com to easily search for and hire language service providers such as translators, narrators and professional voice over talents with the assistance of their award-winning web service. Voice talents are equipped with a comprehensive set of self-managed tools to effectively market themselves and conduct their voice-over business online. Clients that have worked with 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, Firestone Tires, American Airlines, the US Army, the US Government and thousands more.