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KEEPING THE PACE:  Surviving VO Technology by Dave Courvoisier, The Lowry Agency Voice Over Talent Ever since the worm turned and the “old way” of doing voiceovers became the “new” way of doing VO business, it’s been tough to keep up with the march of technology. For decades, talent living […]

Keeping The Pace: Surviving VO Technology


Picking The Right Professional or Team for your Career   The power of social media has its pros and cons. The pros obviously are the ability to network and get your message out there. The cons are you don’t know whom you can trust. With so many people out there […]

Picking The Right Professional or Team for your Career



Filling the VO Void 5 Tips for Taking Advantage of Downtime By Dave Courvoisier, The Lowry Agency Voice Over Talent What happened? Every freelancer hits that wall.  The work…just…stops.  Nothing’s coming in.  Leads are long gone, and clients are clamming up.  Hopefully it’s just a day or two…a week or […]

Filling the VO Void – 5 Tips for Taking Advantage ...


Do Yourself and Us a Favor As many of my blogs, I am writing this in response to an interesting email I got a few days ago from someone shopping me as a booking agent. Now anybody who does their research and reads my website about our services (this email […]

Do Yourself and Us a Favor


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The Comfort Zone   Often times when trying to make a career happen or anything else for that matter, we tend to stay in a safe place. We do only what we are strong in and never work on our weaknesses. You see this a lot with musicians practice routines […]

The Comfort Zone



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Self Promotion – Why It’s a Must As I work with entertainers of all kinds, it amazes me how they have all this stuff going on and they don’t tell anyone.  I have them on my radio show and instead of creating a buzz and letting people know ahead of […]

Self Promotion – Why It’s a Must