In line at the local grocer, you bump into a former colleague of yours that you haven’t seen since you launched your new business. With limited time, what do you say? And what if you bump into an investor?
Getting the full potential out of a voice over, that’s easier said than done. Or is it? In an effort to answer this question we teamed up with 87seconds and hosted a panel discussion by and for industry professionals.
Last week, we’ve attended the prestigious PromaxBDA conference as official partner to the event. In this blog, we’ll briefly go through the keynotes and workshops that left the biggest impression on us.
How to become a voice actor. Where to begin?
You have written language and you have spoken language. The first is meant to be read, the latter listened to. Logical. Or not quite? Using the tips below you can write your copy as it needs to be spoken.
Once upon a time...you, as a company, would have a short film made once every couple of years. A corporate video you called it back then. Quite a bit of budget went towards each one, 20, 30k… easily. For the same money you’d now see a whole YouTube channe
Online video is getting ever more popular. The server farms will be running at full throttle: Cisco predicts that in the coming year 69 percent of all web traffic will be folks watching video, and that’s not just from the Netflix’s of the world. What will
In recent years you will have noticed the number of promotional videos and explanimations out there has increased enormously. Often, this sort of script isn’t written by a copy-writer. Nothing wrong with that…as long as you keep a few basic rules in mind.