(PRWEB) June 18, 2004
The entertainment business has no borders, and apparently no time zones either, as VOX TALENT finds out after opening up two new offices across the nation. "We get calls at 9pm here in Toronto from Vancouver clients trying to find French Canadian performers in Quebec for a remote session in Calgary", says Dan Sandor company President and CEO.
With offices in Vancouver British Columbia, Montreal Quebec and Toronto Ontario, the agents at VOX TALENT Inc. are getting a crash course in "Canadian Accents 101"; "We don't need call display", jokes Linda Campbell, voice agent in the Toronto head office, "We can tell from where they hail, based on their accents".
The agency now represents over 150 voice actors across Canada, however nine years ago, in 1995, it was merely a small group of voice actors banding together to form the first, "union of non union actors". Their purpose was to combine their resources in order to share in the costs of marketing, but soon the small group of performers outgrew its then current state, officially becoming Toronto's first exclusively non union voice over talent agency.
Nine years later the company has yet again outgrown its current form, expanding operations and opening branch offices this week in Montreal and Vancouver with the corporate head office in Toronto. A small Seattle office is also in the works.
VOX TALENT Inc.
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