Don Pardo, 'Saturday Night Live' Announcer, Dies at 96 - NBC News
Don Pardo, who literally introduced television viewers to some of America’s biggest stars and soon-to-be-stars as the longtime announcer for “Saturday Night Live,” died Monday in Tucson. He was 96.
Mr. Pardo’s death was confirmed by his daughter, Dona Pardo.
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I need male voice demos NATIVE to South America in Spanish and English. Please email a non-commercial demo in each language. Demos can be sent separate or in one single audio file with the Spanish segment first. Each demo can have the same or different content without music or special effects. You must have your own recording capabilities and be able to deliver raw or clean and edited audio files.
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Greetings Voiceover Universe Family!
2014 is a promising and exciting year for Voiceover! I recently spoke with Rudy Gaskins – He and his wife Joan Baker are the co-founders and life-force of That’s Voiceover!™, an annual career expo, and the newly formed Society of Voice Arts and Sciences™ (SOVAS™).
Rudy who gave me the scoop on a super exciting expanding program of the Society of Voice Arts and Sciences™ called the Voice Arts™ Awards…Continue
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There is a small two-word phrase that carries much force. The utterance of these words could make you a hero in a child’s’ eyes. Saying these words to big macho men could melt their hearts. If you said this to your mom, she’d smile, knowing that she taught you well. Telling this phrase to your clients will let them know you appreciate their business.
Imagine a scenario where you work hard to get the business of a recognized client. You establish a professional…Continue
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1 day intensive- 10am until after dinner - All meals and refreshments provided.
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Funny, fun and stretching. Make a difference to your Voice Over career, make a difference to your Voice Over business. Double your income in less than 2 years.
Here’s the qualifier – If in the 1st quarter of 2014 your billing for Voice Over work (including residuals…
Added by Philip Banks on April 5, 2014 at 10:19am — No Comments
Earlier this year I received an email from one of my voiceover agents in the UK asking me to run a test with them on a new internet based ISDN replacement technology called ipDTL. All I needed was a good microphone, a decent internet connection and a chrome browser. The session went smoothly and my agent was pleased that I was able to achieve ISDN level quality on a wireless connection on…Continue
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With a busy work load of audiobooks to complete it is increasingly important to prioritize the projects.
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this question will be answered in just a few years with a simple “no”. So today we will make a small analysis of the IP Market for voice over.
First of all: The “voice-over IP revolution“ that everybody was waiting for is already over. And just a…Continue
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I’ll start by telling you what it doesn’t mean, that being an artificial, booming, announcer-type voice, demanding that you buy this product. “Conversational” has nothing to do with that.
Voice overs have come a long way. They used to be about a type of voice and delivery that never sounded like anyone you knew in real life. At one time they used to call it “the voice of God”. It’s a type of read that you still hear occasionally. Certainly movie trailer reads have that kind of thing…
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I am now the voice of my companies automated phone attendant system and mail box greetings. It does not pay, but thousands of people get to hear my voice every year! They are also promoting my work for our Tele/Data customers for greetings and advertising on hold.
Added by Todd Jones on October 16, 2013 at 6:42am — No Comments
You got the job! You’re at the mic, you have the script and you did the audition. You know exactly what you did in the audition and you are ready with your character. You open your mouth and go through the first read. The client says, “Great! Now let’s try one just a bit more natural” You think, “No problem” You take another pass and yet again the client asks for it to be more natural “Just…Continue
I have a special treat for you all this month, an article from a dear friend, a protege of mine, and on top of all of that my wonderful assistant, John. Bon appetite!
Finding your niche market.
Added by Debbie Munro on July 8, 2013 at 11:30am — No Comments
Yes, the articles, blogs and tips pop up here, there and everywhere and we all CRY "AWESOME DOOD!" ... We do it without thinking. What's wrong with them? No measurable evidence, nothing from the writer showing what they did and how it worked for them or people they know and followed by how to apply the same principles to your life/business.
Try this - You're at a murder trial and the defending lawyer addresses you and the rest of the jury at the end of the trial.