"Any person interested in a career in voice-overs should read this book." -- Michael Wells, executive casting director, Just Voices Casting, New York City
"For an actor pursuing any facet of the entertainment industry, this book contains a wealth of invaluable information." -- Margaret Travolta, actress
"For anyone considering a career in the voice-over business, Harlan's book is a must-read." -- Mike King, ARU, Chicago
"The best VO in the business has written the best (and funniest) book about the VO business." -- Chuck Cohen, executive creative director, C&C Advertising, San Francisco
"Wonderfully amusing and informative reading-you don't have to be a potential VO to enjoy this book!" -- Milt Rosenberg ,WGN,Chicago
From the Publisher
In the early days of broadcast media, the booming "announcer" voice typified the limited style of voice-over work. In today's world of ubiquitous radio and television ads, automated telephone systems, games, and Web sites, a much broader range of recorded voices has emerged. In spite of the raised profile of the voice-over industry, learning to make money by speaking into a microphone has remained difficult for actors, broadcasters, and countless others who have been told "you have a good voice." That is about to change. Harlan Hogan, one of the nation's top voice-over talents, shares his secrets to success in VO: Tales and Techniques of a Voice-Over Actor.