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Facebook Live Voiceover Resources

Happy Monday everyone! Just wanted to follow up with some of the things we talked about during our Facebook Live session last Friday. You can find the list of smart phone apps to record auditions from your phone below as well as some helpful links with more information on recording capabilities, how to seek voiceover representation and some resources to get a demo together. Thanks for tuning in! iPhone Apps: iAudition, iTalk and Voice Recorder Pro Android Apps: ASR…/Integrated_Services_Digital_Netw… Source: Pastorini Bosby


How to Recognize a Scam Online and What to…

How to recognize a scam online and what to do about it: Recently we have engaged in several conversations with actors who have been approached online or sent breakdowns/job postings asking for their participation in projects that turn out to be scams.  The old saying “If it seems too good to be true, it probably is” comes to mind.  Your presence online as an actor is important and our digital footprint as a society grows daily.  Unfortunately, access to your info will sometimes attract people who don’t have the best intentions.  Here are several ways to spot a scam and what you can do to protect yourself and your fellow artists. The hiring party is ready to book you without an audition or without knowing much (if anything) about your work. This is a red flag. The rate being offered does not match the scope of work. Specifically, if the $$ being offered is huge when you have little involvement in the project. They want to give you money upfront. One scam required the talent send money for the fitting and they would be “reimbursed” once the job was finished.  This is never how things are done.  NEVER The intro …

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