Voice Coaches Radio provides advice, motivation, professional perspective, honesty, and humor to aspiring and professional voice actors. Interviews, contests, examples, and insider info, mixed with realistic expert advice, Voice Coaches radio is an invaluable educational resource.
Updating Your Resume, er, Demo
Josh and Marissa discuss how to know when your demo needs to be updated. As well as how best to go about updating it. They also discuss the weather as snow is falling on April 16!
How Low Can You Go
After receiving a question for a student, Marissa and Josh talk about the benefits of a unique voice. This includes the opportunities that can come along with it; as well as how in today’s world of Voice Over, there truly is work for any type of voice!
The Business of Business Cards
Josh and Sam discuss a question from a Voice Coaches Radio listener about business cards. They talk about the most important thing to remember when it comes to business cards–handing them out!–as well as how to stand out.
Voice Overs With an Asthmatic
Josh welcomes Marissa back to the pod this week. Marissa talks about life in voice over and broadcast while dealing with her asthma and how it hasn’t held her back…a doesn’t need to hold you back!
This week, Josh welcomes in one of the newest members to the Voice Coaches team, Marissa Lanchak. Marissa discus her role with the company and her extensive background in radio.
Reunited (and it feels so good)
Josh welcomes back former Voice Coaches Radio co-host Sam Buti to the program. The two catch up on what Sam has been up to since he left, and what his current role with Voice Coaches entails.
I can't get enough of you guys! So much useful info coming from wonderful personalities. I also love that Warrens car says "GIVE". It says a lot including giving his time for a free podcast :D
Good info, love the bloopers
The bloopers make it worth it, every time! lol Nice chemistry, with some professional insights. I like when they answer questions, usually ones I've had myself. Looking forward to hearing more.
Exactly what I was looking for
I love this podcast lots of good advice in here great upbeat hosts not too sales heavy on their services.
I would love to hear more interviews with VoiceOver professionals and story's of how they got started. The length is very short though. There's a good amount of meat in the segments but 30 minutes would be much better. I'd love to hear more about Demos and how to go about creating them. Keep up the great work!