Locally one of our local radio announcers has been mentioning on her morning radio show that she has recentlyhad the opportunity to do some voice over work. She is already in the industry but I wonder how hard it would be for the "diamond" in the rough to be discovered. If businesses or projects in the media are in need of voice actors there is a site that is easy to find with people who are looking for work in that field. There are tons of "voice over talent" available on Studio Center. It seems to be the one stop shop for union and non union talent. There is even foreign talent available. They literally have over 1000 voice actors.
The site is easy to use with a search feature that allows you to look by sex and even age or typecast. If you want to work in television production and think you may need a little training, there is even a Voice Over Academy that you can sign up for. Training is provided by an experienced actor with curriculum that will get you ready for the market today. It even includes live studio training. Classes are small and you will be guaranteed an audition for the Studio Center roster.
Studio Center does more than just provide the voice talent. They can even help with casting, video production, motion graphics and music clearance. They can do just about anything to meet your production needs. So don't get bogged down with the details of tv commercial production . If you need any expert help, Studio Center has a team of over 700 specialists to assist you. From the conception of your idea to the finished product ready for airing, they can do it all. Give them a call. OR....sign up for a class and submit your audition tape. I think I will be looking into this!