FROM FULLTIME RADIO TO
Ann DeWig, Steve Morris
Neil Ross, Dick Terhune
1-hour, 53 minute Audio Seminar; Instant Download!
Personal recommendation from Dan O'Day:
I hand-picked a panel of former radio people who have forged
extremely successful careers as fulltime voice over artists (and,
in one case, voiceover-producer-copywriter). It can be done. For
nearly 2 hours, these four superstars will tell you exactly how they
did it and offer specific advice for others want to “make the break,”
lmost every radio production pro secretly dreams of leaving behind
the world of daily radio to work full-time as a Professional Voiceover
Here are four former radio people who now make their livings
entirely via voiceover and/or writing/producing/voicing — two as top
Hollywood talents, one as the owner of his own radio boutique ad
agency, another as one of the hottest station imaging voices on the
- Ann DeWig made the leap from a 10-year career as one of radio’s most innovative, creative, and admired Rock Imaging Directors to President of her own voice over & production company, currently servicing 53 radio and TV clients worldwide.
- Former Radio Guy Steve Morris has one of Hollywood’s most recognizable commercial voices — having won a Clio, Radio Mercury Award Grand Prize, and the International Grand Andy (the first time radio ever took the Grand Prize).
- Neil Ross: Thousands of radio and television commercials for “A-List” advertisers. Lots of TV narration. TV animation. Sitcoms. Network promos. Movies? Warren Beatty and Robert Redford are just two of his directors.
- Dick Terhune racked up an embarrassing amount of radio advertising awards (including the RAB’s Orson Welles Award and the Mercury Award) as Production Director of WHUD/Beacon, NY, before launching Captain Mercury Productions: a boutique agency specializing in commercial writing, voceover and production for radio, television, and all other industries that require the power of the human voice.
How did they do it? What mistakes did they make along the way that you can avoid?
(And even if you don’t plan to pursue a fulltime solo career, you’ll be exposed to lots of tips & techniques you can use to improve your daily work.)