In this issue:- - [email protected] Discussion List - Services for Producers - News from the voices themselves - Listing of Professional Talent at www.voiceovers.co.uk (as .html attachment) = [email protected] DISCUSSION LIST ======================== Don't forget that we also provide a free e-mail discussion list for voiceovers, producers, directors, script-writers and other media professionals with an interest in voiceover work and production. - To subscribe to the discussion list, send an e-mail to [email protected] with the message "subscribe voices" (excluding quotation marks) - Once confirmed, to e-mail the list and it's members address your e-mail to [email protected] - To reply to the group on discussion currently taking place simply use the reply option on your e-mail software, the address [email protected] should automatically appear in the To: field. - To unsubscribe from the discussion list send an e-mail to [email protected] with the message "unsubscribe voices" (excluding quotation marks) On subscribing, you will receive a confirmation message. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me. Kind regards, Paul. [email protected] = SERVICES FOR PRODUCERS ============================= If you are a producer, director, script-writer, advertising agency - anybody who's involved with choosing voice talent for their productions remember that www.voiceovers.co.uk can help. We are not an agency: This is an important point - we do not charge producers to use our search facility, as the site is financed by subscription fees from the voices themselves. Because we are not an agency, we do not book the voices on the producers behalf, but we are able to:- - Distribute project briefs to the talent listed at voiceovers.co.uk If you have an outline of a project and simply want to gauge response, costings, availability and suitability all you need to do is send an e-mail to [email protected] and we will forward it to the relevant voices. - Request showreels on your behalf If you need to receive updated showreels from the talent at voiceovers.co.uk, or would like to receive demos from voices that meet a specific criteria (eg. all female; Australian accent; Access to ISDN etc. etc.) then send your needs to [email protected] and we will filter the necessary voices for you. We are also able to provide details of UK studios, ISDN relays and other utilities and facilities. = NEWS FROM THE VOICES THEMSELVES ==================== Enough of me blabbing on! - I asked the voices at voiceovers.co.uk to send me their news... This makes really interesting reading - so here we go! => News from R A Y B R O W N follows => http://www.voiceovers.co.uk/listings/rayb1.html => Professional Section Ray is busy making his next series of documentary features for |BBC Radio 4. Called DOWN TO EARTH the five features will be broadcast over the final week in January 2000. However he has had time in the past few weeks to upgrade his microphones, become adept with MP3, add a CD writer to his stack, direct one play and perform in another, and voice the English commentary for an Italian film. => News from J A C K R O B E R T S follows => http://www.voiceovers.co.uk/jack.roberts => Professional Section "It's been a busy and exciting year of narration for Jack -- as the "Storyteller" for over 30 hours of coast-to-coast US television programming. Subjects have ranged from history to wildlife to light entertainment, and several of the programs have achieved record high ratings for networks like PBS, Discovery, TLC, Animal Planet, and Arts and Entertainment. Jack has also voiced several national and international advertising campaigns for major advertisers which are either airing now or are in media buying. On the promo front, Jack has voiced Frasier, Seinfeld, Mad About You, and many other show and film promos for Showtime networks around the world." => News from T A N Y A R I C H follows => http://www.voiceovers.co.uk/tanya.rich => Professional Section Sma tv commercial having it's 4th repeat in two years. Just been chosen as the voice of Cribs Causeway shopping Centre in Bristol. Forte hotels now have me on all there phone systems, worldwids, including Heritage hotels. Recent a/v work for Amnesty (for their annual world-wide conference) Station ident voice for century 106. => News from L I S A H A R T W E L L follows => http://www.voiceovers.co.uk/lisa.hartwell => Professional Section Lisa Hartwell has returned from her travels around Australia and is now available for voiceover work in the U.K. Her style is particularly suitable for youth-orientated projects but she has experience in a wide range of applications including educational and narrative. Audio can be recorded onto CD, Minidisc or DAT in a private studio, or via ISDN if required. => News from J A C K P A R N E L L follows => http://www.voiceovers.co.uk/international/jackp1.html => Professional Section I'm now in the middle of a medical teaching series narration, to be used by a medical university, consisting of 19 video tapes in one series and 13 in another. Much fun and great challenge reading all the medical terms, especially names of chemicals and making it sound like I know what I'm talking about! I also did narration tour for "World War II Seen Thru Russian Eyes" exhibit, which was extremely interesting. Just finished a series of videos for FedEx for their special worldwide meetings involving their high-tech people. Just finished a series of network radio commercials for The Legacy Group and Safe Trek Outfitters, as well as a :60 second network spot for Grundig Radio's YB400 receiver. Just finished video narration for AGATE, which is the government/industry/academia partnership for testing and certifying new composite materials for the aircraft industry. Just finished tv voiceover for Towery Press for national spot buy. Numerous local/regional voiceovers/narrations too. Yes, I've been busy, but not busy enough! I'd love to work for you soon...and OFTEN => News from P E T E R D I C K S O N follows => http://www.voiceovers.co.uk/peter.dickson => Professional Section 1999 has been a good year for Peter for documentaries, TV commercials and live radio. His documentary narration credits this year include "Lenin - The Secret Files" for BBC 2's Timewatch strand, "Astronaut", "Hoover Dam", "Blast Off", "The Bald Truth", "Napoleon Murder Mystery", "Sharks of the deep blue sea", "Flying Challenge" and the 13 part series "Twisted Tales" for the Discovery Channel, "All Mod Cons" and "Ready to Wear" for Wall to Wall TV for BBC 2, a 40 part historical documentary series called "The Millenium Minute" and the 17 X 60 minute "World War Two - The Complete History", for Flat Earth Films & Movietone, a series which has since been sold to 40 countries worldwide. Peter has recently completed a series of live music and entertainment shows for BBC Radio 2, which he described as exausting but great fun, adding "It was great to go back and do live radio again". His voice has been recently heard on the New series of Bruce's Price is Right on ITV, on Network TV ads for Walkers Crisps, Rowntrees, Orbit Gum, and Dulux Paints and promoting programmes on BBC 1 & 2, ITV, Channels 4 & 5, Cartoon Network, UK Gold, Disney,Nickleodeon, National Geographic, UK Horizon, G Sky B and Challenge TV. => News from JILL WOOD => http://www.voiceovers.co.uk/jill.wood => Starting Out/Aspiring Section Jill has just landed a part in a training video. The parts quite short - only 28 words! Jill takes the role of a reporter in a helicopter. You might get to hear it in her new showreel which is due out in a couple of weeks. As well as a multitude of voices, Jill has quite a few other talents. She is a freelance writer of features, news stories and rare poetry. Jill has done some scriptwriting and knows how to write to time and for speech. She can also edit and proof-read. Some of the topics she has written about include; horses, cats, natural mothering, white goods, naturism (no she's not!), Tetrapak, town criers, spot creams, canal boats, and skydive simulators. Jill spends some of her spare time dowsing, both with the rod and the pendulum, although not at the same time! She says any reader booking her for a voice job during the month of November can have a free dowsing session ( - I assume that's UK only - Paul!) or a bespoke poem, done for them - once payment has been made for the recording session naturally! => News from DAVE MORRIS => http://www.voiceovers.co.uk/new => Starting Out/Aspiring Section Dave Morris is based in Leicester in the East Midlands. He specialises in offering various services to recording studios, TV companies and radio .Examples of services are radio script writing, promotional script work and voice overs for both TV and radio work. Dave is a qualified teacher of 20 years experience in Primary education and has 10 years broadcast experience. Dave is educated to degree level and is also a licensed radio amateur, as well as being in charge of Information Technology Education at the Primary school he works at. He has a wide knowledge of multi media applications and their use in appropriate fields of communication. Dave is currently involved in implementing an NGFL ( National Grid for Learning ) initiative at his school, allowing web access to all pupils from Nursery through to KS2. Dave can offer vocal ages for producers ranging from twenties through to middle age. His voice is mid range with a clear vocal delivery. He can offer a Scottish accent aswell as a host of "odd" cartoon like offerings. For the American producer an eloquent English aristocratic voice can be produced. Dave is a new talent on the circuit and as of yet is not ISDN linked. He has 10 years of broadcast experience at Hospital Radio Fox based in Leicester. He has voiced commercials for numerous RSL stations in the East Midlands. Work has included voice ident work for B.B.C. local radio. Recent work has included presenter ident work for Cross Rhythms Astra Satellite, Sky Sports 1 Channel, 7.38 Mhz. His work as a Primary teacher has allowed him much experience in narrating children's stories and producing scripted material for performance. Dave has much experience in presenting radio programmes on various RSL stations inclu ding NOW FM 87.7( Serving the Neighbourhoods of Oadby and Wigston ) , BIG DIAL RADIO ( Serving Market Harborough ) and recently THE WALL 97.1 FM Serving the City of Leicester). => News from TALI ISERLES => http://www.voiceovers.co.uk/new => Starting Out/Aspiring Section Greetings and hallucinations! I've been a busy bee over the past year, writing and taking pics for five magazines, creating havoc on the wheels of steel once a week as DJ Delicious, and making my TV presenting debut on Red TV. Whew! Not to mention a fun-filled trip Down Under which found me writing an article for the "Guardian", stroking furry marsupials, guesting on two Melbourne radio stations (Triple R and Joy Melbourne) and going clubbing with a mission - to review the Aussie scene for Ministry of Sound online. It's a hard life! My nickname at the BBC (where I produced a radio youth show and presented features and trailers for a number of different programmes) was Little Miss Chatterbox - so a career where I'm actually encouraged to use my voice is perfect for the girl who was forced to do a sponsored silence at Secondary School! =========================================== You will also find attached a listing of our current search engine results: detailing all Professional Talent featured at www.voiceovers.co.uk Important URLs: The main site: http://www.voiceovers.co.uk The starting out/aspiring section: http://www.voiceovers.co.uk/new To request more information visit: http://www.voiceovers.co.uk/lex1 Thanks for reading! If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to e-mail me at: [email protected] Kind regards, Paul Philpott ----[ Sponsorship/Advertising message ]--------------------------------------------- ISYS Pro - The high spec, low price ISDN Audio codec >From just £1850 Pounds Sterling. 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