Toronto, (PRWEB) May 17, 2005
Interactive Voices (http://www.interactivevoices.com), provider of voice-over talent services, has created and compiled over 50 royalty-free voice-over scripts for professional and beginner talent to record their voice-over demos entitled ÂThe Voice-Over Script CollectionÂ. Experienced voice-over talent seeking to update their current voice-over demos will find this extensive collection to be a perfect fit for new content and potential material in niche fields for employers to review. Beginner talent will find this to be a cost-effective solution to getting started on their voice-over demo and enjoy the benefit of starting out with material free of copyright. The fee for ÂThe Voice-Over Script CollectionÂ is USD$9.95.
Each script was selected based upon its relevance to everyday voice-over and the originality of its content and given the Interactive Voices stamp of approval. Interactive Voices created ÂThe Voice-Over Script CollectionÂ in response to a need for royalty-free scripts as requested by voice-over talent participants at their voice-over marketplace. The collection is divided into five main sections: Broadcast, Narration, Poetry and Prose, Technical, and Telephony. Each section provides voice talent with a wide array of script selections, custom to particular voice-over applications and artistic interpretation.
The Broadcast section includes commercial scripts for television and radio demos, radio and television imaging and station identification scripts, television promos, advisories, and public service announcements. Voice-over talent can edit the fictitious station names to ensure originality throughout their voice-over demo. All of the copy in this section was written by the Voice Talent Development Department at Interactive Voices and is royalty-free.
The Narration section includes texts from Ancient, Victorian, Early 20th Century, and Contemporary eras, including renowned authors from ancient Greece and the early Christian church to classic narratives from Victorian novels, to poetry and prose by Romantics and several monologues by William Shakespeare in addition to 3 letters of personal correspondence written by the Romantic composer Ludwig von Beethoven. Contemporary narratives are also available including real estate, documentary, financial, eLearning, legal, medical, and technical reads. The scripts in the Narration section are chronologically organized to aid voice-over talent with their script selection. All public domain works recognize their respective authors, the title of the book the excerpts were selected from, and the timeframe of the authorÂs life. Public domain works are free of copyright and may be duplicated and recorded without financial or legal consequence.
The Telephony section is composed of original works written by Interactive Voices. These complete telephone scripts include auto attendants, Interactive Voices Response (IVRs), On-Hold Marketing with Courtesy messages, and voicemail copy. Additional telephone prompts are included. Voice-over talent can edit the names of the fictitious companies and employees to suit their own creative goals.
Company Marketing Director Stephanie Ciccarelli says, ÂIt is truly fulfilling to bring this project to fruition and to see how our work can benefit and inspire voice-over talent. Similar to our eBook, these scripts will give professionals and beginners alike the tools that they need to grow their voice-over career.Â
Voice-over talent can purchase ÂThe Voice-Over Scripts CollectionÂ for a one-time fee of USD$9.95. For more information, interested parties can read more about this offer at the Interactive Voices website located at http://www.interactivevoices.com/voice-over-scripts.htm
About Interactive Voices
Based in London, Canada, Interactive Voices provides an online marketplace, facilitating job employment opportunities between employers and voice-over professionals, employing a comprehensive suite of web-based services. Employers that have worked with Interactive Voices include NBC, ESPN, PBS, The History Channel, ReaderÂs Digest, Comcast, Nortel Networks, Bell Canada, Microsoft, Cisco Systems, ING, Western Union, Ford, GM, Jaguar, Firestone Tires, American Airlines, the US Army, the US Government and many more.
More information: http://www.interactivevoices.com
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