Voice Over Talent Services Company Continues To Expand Internationally. More Voice Talent, Customer Support, Voice Over Jobs And Auditions

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Professional voice over website The Voice Realm this week expanded its offerings by adding more voice talent to their roster whilst also increasing customer support staff in more countries to satisfy an increased demand for its services.

Voice talent record cheap voice overs thanks to new technology from The Voice Realm

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The website is unique in the fact that only professional voice talents are listed. Other websites allow anyone to join, whether they own a microphone or not, and even if they have never had any training or stepped in a voice over studio.

The popular voice over services casting website now lists over 400 of the world’s premier voice over artists in a growing number of languages, dialects and accents.

Billed as the world’s first professional exclusively online voice over agency, The Voice Realm allows anyone needing a professional voice over to audition and hire a voice actor all from their desktop in a matter of clicks. Crowdsourcing by hundreds of voice actors around the world enables jobs to completed quicker and cheaper.

This week the site added 30 more male and female voice talent for clients to choose from. These industry leaders are experienced in voicing applications such as on hold voice messages, corporate narrations, radio and television commercials, in-store announcements, audiobooks and movie trailers amongst a myriad of other uses that require a voice over talent.

The languages of the new voice talent include Australian, British, French, German, American and Indian.

Multinational clients continue to move from traditional bricks and mortar agencies and studios in record numbers. The site has recently been utilized by clients such as McDonalds, Taco Bell, Kaplan, The New York City Department of Education, Best Buy and KFC.

However the success of The Voice Realm has been catapulted by small business realizing they can have the same voice talent on their phone systems as these multinational companies.

The site works the same way as traditional voice over castings that were previously only available to production companies and advertising agencies in large cities. A client simply registers for a free account then posts a voice over audition, known as a Casting Notice. They select a number of options for the criteria of the voice they would like matched to their script. Then hundreds of voice talents record the script for the client to then decide which they like best.

Only after finding the right voice does a client hire voice over talent. Payment is made and held in escrow while the project is completed. This provides a secure environment for both parties, ensuring only legitimate clients utilize the service and that voice talent will be paid for their work.

The website is unique in the fact that only professional voice talents are listed. Other websites allow anyone to join, whether they own a microphone or not, and even if they have never had any training or stepped in a voice over studio. This creates problems for clients because they are then faced with the arduous task of sorting through thousands of amateur listings.

The Voice Realm is able to offer cheap voice overs thanks to streamlining and technology which connects a client to the voice digitally for real time voice direction.

The site has also recently employed the services of three more customer support staff in the UK, Australia and Hong Kong.

Castings can be made across the sites three portals, http://www.thevoicerealm.com (Global) http://www.thevoicerealm.co.uk (British) and http://www.thevoicerealm.es (Spanish)

ABOUT THE VOICE REALM:
The Voice Realm is a voice over casting website where small and large businesses can find and hire professional voice over talent, actors, artists and announcers directly bypassing an agent.
Users can quickly find the perfect voice actor for phone greetings, professional on-hold messages, interactive voice prompts (IRV), radio or TV commercials, PowerPoint narrations, internet videos, web explanation, in-store announcer, voice over services, or corporate recordings and more.

The casting service is free and rates for non-broadcast applications (anything other than TV or radio spots) are buyout, meaning that once paid for the client has unlimited use of the recording.

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