Bettye Zoller published events
Dec 14, 2015
Bettye Zoller left a comment on Audiobooks & Narration: Paying Jobs!
"Sometimes it's ok to hire someone to edit your book reads. It speeds things up as you can be narrating more books and paying someone to clean up files same time. Track expenditures and measure if this is paying off. For me, it often does."
Nov 6, 2015
Bettye Zoller commented on Rick Party's article VO Coaches
"So have you considered a niche demo? Do you have a specialized knowledge in a field, i.e. real estate, dental, nursing, auto industry knowledge? Capitalize on it with a specialized demol. And don't forget this POLITICAL season!! Email or phone me!…"
Sep 13, 2015
Bettye Zoller commented on Voiceover Universe's article VO Auditions
"Audiobooks: July 18 in Dallas. 10:30-4 pm includes copy reading, coaching, recording $175. Phone me at 214-683-4021. 10% discount to members SAGAFTRA!"
Jul 6, 2015
Bettye Zoller commented on Rick Party's article VO Coaches
"Here is a first: Student says "now don't push me too hard. I replied, HUH? I think he wants vo as a hobby, not to make money!!"
Mar 22, 2015
Bettye Zoller posted an event

Mar 19, 2015 from 3:00pm to 5:00pm

Zoller studio

Mar 6, 2015
Bettye Zoller left a comment for Becky Barber
"Becky is living in Dallas and is my student and I just completed her two new demos. She's so talented as dancer singer too plus novelty performer (stilts and figures that 'come to life' (popular convention act etc) and this summer is doing eight or…"
May 18, 2014
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Feb 16, 2014
Bettye Zoller left a comment for Alex Beckham
"How Are You? Long time no hear. Let me know.
Big Hugs
Bettye Zoller"
Feb 16, 2014
Bettye Zoller left a comment for Norman Gilligan
"Hey Norman, got your note on VU re: seminar. Tell me more.
Cell 214-683-4021"
Feb 16, 2014
Bettye Zoller left a comment for Laci Morgan
"You do NOT need ISDN. When asked for it, use local studio! And more recent similar products out and coming soon. Watch my posts on FB and Site VOICESVOICES.COM for seminars I teach."
Feb 16, 2014
Bettye Zoller left a comment for Connie Mustang
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May 14, 2013
Bettye Zoller published events
May 12, 2013
Bettye Zoller commented on Voiceover Universe's article VO Auditions
"Obviously no one ever deletes anything from this site..."
May 12, 2013
Bettye Zoller left a comment for Rodney Saulsberry
"Welcome to my VO Universe Group, Rodney! Honored and happy to have you in the group! Yes, audiobooks have become my favorite thing to voice now. Absolutelyl. Two recent ones you might enjoy are "Rebooting in Beverly Hills" hear free excerpt on…"
Apr 18, 2013
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Mar 29, 2013

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  • Hi Bettye-Thank you so much for reaching out to me. Wishing you continued success. I hope to have a chance to chat with you sometime.
    warmest regards,
  • Hi Bettye, Thanks for visiting my page and (trying) to listen to my new demo! You need to click on the arrow up above the group of demos. And I think it just plays them in order. This is the default demo player on the site.....maybe I could find/use another? Anyway, hope that solves the problem, and all the best on your Houston workshop. Maybe you, Jim and I can all get together when you're here!
  • Thank you! so kind of you to write me a note! Glad we're friends. My best to you as well! Liz
  • Hey Betty,
    Thanks for the compliments. What demo are you talking about with the breaks? I have several demos on my site. Would love to talk with you about your foreign agents. Here is my email so that we can talk off VU,
    studio: 212-543-4359
    Can't wait to hear from you!
  • Bettye, I really enjoyed reading your latest VOxtra article. Most helpful were the last two segments, on agent communication and the value of hiring helpers. Thank you for the contribution to my education. I am looking forward to your next piece of advice.
  • Hi Bettye! Greetings from hot, steamy, Colorado! Lovely to hear from you and I hope all is well. xoxox
  • Oh MY Thanks betty...

    I see Linda's comments from Portland below... I don't at all work in Portland... I have lots fof friends from out of market that do... some get paid next to nothing others get paid way above scale... If you take a gig that doesn't pay much you're "stuck"... ya know?

    I've purposely kept a low profile here when it comes to commercial work... but I did host a well received blues, jazz and Frank Zappa radio program for a few years on non commercial KBOO FM... it was a great success if you don't live by the almighty dollar... I was very supportive of all independent artists and in fact got around quite a bit!

    I love Portland the city... I'm not sure about Portland the workplace for me...
    All my income comes from out side the city and around the world...
    Most folks here in the city are "real busy"...

    I'm always supportive of the community of talents... so I'm cool.

    heck I got enough for now!

    I hope you're well and having a great time...

    BTW: One of my teachers is my godfather... Eugene Wright... a wondefrful man he was Dave Brubeck's bassist... I was in the studio with him and Ed Cassidy one night when he asked me a question about music... it was a humbling experience!!! He's one of my all time life heroes and I haven't seen him in way too long...

    Life goes by way too fast.
  • Hi Bettye!
    Thanks for checking out my page! That is pretty amazing that you had your own show at age 6! I did commercials whenever my Dad wondered in and said, "Hey, I need a back to school voice" or "I need another elf" or "hey, who does the best easter bunny kind of voice". It was so common place to be on the air that it wasn't until I was much older that I realized how special that up bringing was. All of us kids were on the air doing commercials or DJ-ing and two of us are still in the business.
    Do you ever come out to LA and do weekend workshops or anything like that?
    See ya,
  • Hi Bettye-
    Business in Oregon is slowing down a bit, but like most places, we're having to compete now for the local jobs against out of town talent with their own gear and ISDN. It goes both ways though, as I do lots of work in markets across the country too.

    What's your husband's name? I mentioned in an earlier note that my husband is a jazz saxophonist! He used to play lead alto for Stan Kenton's Orchestra among other things.

    We should talk about having you come up this way for a workshop. Let's get in touch!
  • Hi Bettye

    So glad that you like my business name - I'm very fond of it too! So when are you coming to Australia? Where I live it's warm and sunny about 9 months of the year... but if that's not your thing then we also have a few nice "wintery" spots too. We cater for all types of tourists here!

    I'm so glad to be a part of your group and have already learnt so much from reading your forum and your articles. You are so generous in offering your time, your knowledge and the benefit of your experience to us - thank you so much!

    All the best!
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