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Fair Winds Investment Group
Posted: July 21 2015
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DescriptionI have been a Voice Over actor for over 27 years now. I have an extensive resume in the animation world working with Disney, Nickelodeon, Netflix, Dreamworks, and many video game and Anime companies as well.
I have done hundreds of radio and/or TV spots and worked with many Fortune 500 companies, voicing their corporate videos and/or live trainings. I have made my living in Hollywood for the last 10 years solely on my Voice Over work.
I have also been the head coach of a marketing development group in Hollywood for Voice Over training and have taught VO for more than 10 years.
I am very busy with other projects and I am looking for someone who wants to learn the art and business of Voice Over.
What I need is someone to do company research online and develop a database of contacts, make phone calls, and email demos, etc. Basic marketing that any and every VO artist should be doing.
I will be showing you the ins and outs of the VO world and you will learn how the pros do it.
ResponsibilitiesI have a very long list of thousands of companies I have auditioned and/or worked for. I need you to look them up online, get their:
-email, phone #, website, address, and all contact info - put this in the database format (to be discussed)
-then contact them to ask if they take demos
-then email them my demos
RequirementsYou must have access to a computer (preferably MAC),
the ability to set up databases that will convert easily to email database lists,
and a pleasant phone demeanor and not be afraid of rejection.
If you want to actually learn to do VO, you just need the desire and the drive to, as one studio in L.A. states,
"Get skills, Break in, Don't suck!"