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May I recommend this link to you:




If you've ever wanted to find out more about voiceover artists, being a producer, being a radio presenter etc etc, then I highly recommend these.


Some are free, although the majority of them cost for you to download (In GBP), however, I feel you're paying for something that could be invaluable to you, whether your starting out in the industry, or even if you've been here a while.

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Just thought I'd give a quick review, after having got a code from the lovely folk at Radio Talent, and downloaded a selection of the podcasts too (Although I've not listened to them all as yet).


For those of you who want to work in commercial radio, I highly recommend you take a moment to listen to the "Be a Heart DJ" podcast, even if you don't want to work for Heart, it gives a really good insight as to what it takes to be a presenter on the station. Luis Clarke gives a detailed insight from how he went from being a radio presenter, to running all the Heart stations, and what the role involves. A really great insight, and one of my favorites, as I listen to Heart quite a bit, and it's nice to hear what people do to make it sound like it does.


If you're interested in being a voiceover artist, I also highly recommend the How to Be a Voiceover podcast, a great insight into the world of voiceover artists given by Caroline Woodruff, who gives an insight into the day-to-day life of a voiceover, how much to charge people, the equity scheme, how to get an FTP, ISDN Unit, as well as all the other equipment you'd need. A fantastic listen should you want to get into this industry, or if you're already in the industry, and want to gain a few extra hints and tips, or just a bit of sound advice.


I've been busy recently, so have not had time to listen to all of the podcasts I downloaded, but from what I've heard so far, I've picked up loads of advice, and have learnt so much more, and I recommend you do the same, each of the podcasts is about 40 minutes in length, and everyone featured on the podcasts are from the industry, and speak of their own experiences, which is excellent.


I'll write my reviews of the other podcasts as and when I listen to them

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I also had the chance to listen to some of these podcasts and I highly recommend them to anyone interested in broadcasting, voice overs, and even podcasting. These programs are packed with great and useful tips on how to get started. All of the podcasts are of decent length, packed with much information and is worth every penny!!! I highly suggest all of you to check out this site, its a great resourse for all, even experienced broadcasters! Hope you find some use of this review, very basic review but the point is proven, its a great resourse and website, so check it out!




Jon Bova


"Successful people have libraries. The rest have big screen TVs. - Jim Rohn"

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