A group for DFW based Voiceover Artists to connect with one another
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  • Howdy to all in Big D!
    A fellow VO talent, Native Texan and resident of the Dallas area checking in on the new group!
    I hope to meet all of you soon at one of the local VO meetings.
    I am relatively new to the industry and insight on getting into the local market is always a plus. Thanks for creating the group Chuck!
  • Hey everybody: An FYI that I'm presenting a Sunday July 13 day in Tulsa OK at Tulsa University open to the city. See my site www.voicesvoices.com for details. Two workshops same day. The Business of VO and Audio Book Narration Techniques. Morning and afternoon sessions. Enroll in one or both. As visiting artist professor at Tulsa U. this year and next, I can tell you that the workshops are held on their beautiful huge soundstage in the theatre building on campus and we'll be RECORDING everyone at the front and end and you'll receive your MP3 recordings too. Tulsa U students get big discount. Also big discount when you enroll in the entire day instead of only one of the workshops. Take home handouts too. JOIN US and please please tell your Oklahoma friends and colleagues to contact me directly or see website: btzol@aol.com www.voicesvoices.com THANK YOU!!
  • The local jobs in DFW come two ways: You sell clients yourself or an agent here gets you the audition or the gig. We do have big advertising agencies in Dallas and a few medium sized ones in Ft. Worth however, and some nationals still come out of here, all from agents booking you. That's why I say it's fine to "play" the new online job sources websites but you MUST have agents booking you also. You should have agents in several cities, Dallas, Houston, and perhaps Okla or maybe one in Louisiana. Some vo talents like having an agent in Atlanta. You also might think about getting an agent in a town where you visit relatives at least twice a year, things of that sort. Being union myself, I have observed, of course, that as a right-to[work-for-less state (my pun) most of the local work is non-union in Texas except for the big advertising agency accounts and even some of those have turned non-union now. That's why I love having agents in union states.
  • Welcome Bettye and Thanks for Joining! Please feel free to start a discussion or pass on any advice!

  • I think I'm already a member but if not...I am joining you and so happy to see this here on rockthemic.
    Bettye Zoller
  • so glad to be hear.
  • Hey now!
  • Thanks...this a start...Jason
  • And Here I thought acting was reacting. (-;
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