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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
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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!

    Yep...I was just considering changing the color of my profile text...Done!

    So...I'm guessing that this is in response to my post in the VO-Coaches Corner ...

    Tell me...what do you have in mind???

    btw... I remember your voice, Mother Nature .... the cadence and inflection... I remember it vividly!

  • " A demo only lasts as long as you're not better!"


    What a brilliant statement!!!





  • Thanks so much for the lovely b'day wishes. I should check this site more often. Wishing you an awesome 2011.
  • I just love your voice. Your gift is splendid indeed. I am enamored by its ability to straighten my posture. :)
  • Hi, Bettye, I bought your webinar series on how to do audio books - very, very useful and packed with info. Thank you so much. I need a bit more info about the use of music in preparing a sample CD for audio book auditions/demos. Is it ever advised to include a (carefully selected) music track along with the read? Thanks! Hazel Buys
  • Bettye, I just found your note asking about This is my audiobook publishing, production and distribution company. It actually falls under the umbrella of Readio Theatre, LLC. All of the titles there are mine. We research, write, copyright, produce and distribute through various wholesalers. You can listen to sound bits there. Looking forward to our class. I started a page for us on my Hugs
  • Hello Bettye,
    Thanks for "friending" me today. It's an honor to make your acquaintance.
    I hope you have a splendid day!
    -Dan Harder
  • Apologies Betty, I found it! Like my mother always says "If it was a snake, it would have bitten you by now!"

  • Hi there Bettye

    I am a South African voice artists who recently joined VU.

    I saw your posting on the audio book group regarding your 3 -part webinar. I was wondering where I could buy the podcasts? You mention a John, but I am unaware which John you are referring to :)?

    Thank you for your help. Your posting down below for reference.



    "Comment by Bettye Zoller on August 5, 2010 at 11:54am
    Excellent turn out for my Audio Books Part III Webinar sponsored by John Florian and VoiceoverXtra Mon night Aug 2. Thanks everybody for tuning in. And John's got a $99 special going where you get all three podcasts emailed to you. Check it out on his site."
  • Hello Dear Lady,

    Yeah, I've been a tad 'incommunicado' of late. Had a bit of a financial setback and it's hard to recoup when living on a fixed income. We're trying to sell our house here and if we're successful, we're headed back to Missouri to take care of family. The plus side of that is it's only a short 6 hour drive or so to Dallas and the possibility of taking some lessons from you ;o)

    I had to stop my pay2play subscription for a while too. Honestly though I wasn't getting any work from it anyway. I'm afraid I even reduced myself to being a bottom feeder in my bids for the projects and I still didn't land any.

    My only employer of late has been a small recording studio in Rhode Island who pays me a whopping $1.25 per finished minute. I've been one of several voices they use to compile audio anthologies and such. It's been good practice, but it doesn't even keep me in cheap wine ... much less the kind of cigars fit for a man of my caliber ;o)

    I won't lose heart though. I'll keep recording, even if it's just for my grand kids and maybe at some point in the not too distant future I'll be able to step up and start competing again.

    I have a few local prospects, but so far they've failed to launch (both are new companies in the Tampa area).

    I've only been able to land one agent also, and I've gotten two auditions from him the past 6 months .. and didn't land either one of those gigs.

    Anyway dear lady ... this isn't a 'woe is me' epistle, I've been down a lot darker alleys than this. I'll keep on keeping on, watch and listen to the greats like you and someday ...................................

    'Don't Just Get Voice Over ... Get Ran Over'
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