(PRWEB) November 07, 2013
As Voice Over Virtual (http://www.voiceovervirtual.com) — the first all-online conference for the voice over industry— approaches the November 30 finish line for 24/7 access, new and original offerings are ramping up, rather than winding down. Throughout this month, voice over training sessions and product demonstrations, as well as the core content of more than 25 hours of recorded training sessions, continue to boost the value of the conference to registered attendees.
“All this training at VO Virtual is a tremendous bargain,” said John Florian, event producer and founder/publisher of VoiceOverXtra, the online news, training and resource center. “But time is growing short for new attendees to take advantage of it all. The industry’s top trainers and pros have made on-demand training available around the clock, yet it all ends at the end of this month,” said Florian.
As an incentive to late-comers, the all-inclusive conference tuition may be paid in installments, allowing those who would like to sign up to pay only half now—and start training immediately. Four conference tracks cover a wide range of topics about voice acting, home studios and technology, business and marketing, and audiobooks.
Since the conference launch on September 18, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and some Friday evenings have typically featured live Q and A sessions, public chats, and online coaching and training with well-known industry talents such as Rodney Saulsberry, James Alburger, Penny Abshire, Julie Williams, Tom Dheere, Beverly Bremers, Deb Munro, and Joe Cipriano. Still to come this month: David Goldberg (conference sponsor and CEO of Edge Studio), Susan Berkley, Bettye Zoller, MJ Lallo, Marc Cashman, Rebecca Haugh, Tara Tyler, and others.
In addition to rubbing virtual shoulders with established professionals, attendees can also network via chats and messaging, to connect with others who are visiting the VoiceOverVirtual conference website at the same time. Attendees can always see who is available and easily strike up a video-enabled conversation. They can also stop in to rant, rave, or review at Tom’s Tiki Lounge, the Chance Encounter Lounge, or the VO Peeps Chat Room.
Other destinations at the online venue include interactive Exhibit Halls, featuring special offers, discounts, and information for 20 different exhibitors of voice over products and services; Meeting Rooms, featuring info about the industry’s top trainers; and the VoicePlex Theater, to access the 25-plus hours of on-demand recorded training sessions.
When the lights go out at the VoicePlex Theater on November 30, conference attendees are invited to the grand finale Wrap Party to discuss plans for the future of Voice Over Virtual. Meanwhile, there’s still a great deal to learn in 2013, and still time to sign up, at http://www.VoiceOverVirtual.com. Join the conversation about the conference on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/VoiceOverVirtual) and on Twitter at https://twitter.com/voiceovervirtua.