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Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 2005/12/09 - "Podcasting" is the official word of the year, as proclaimed by the Oxford Dictionary. To many, podcasts are simply listened to, but at InteractiveVoices, podcasts are made..
InteractiveVoices, the voice-over marketplace, was delighted to hear that the term podcasting has been integrated into general language and conversation, heralded as the word of the year by the Oxford Dictionary, elevating "Podcasting" to the status of a household word. The momentum is increasing with each new podcasting job that is posted at the InteractiveVoices site. Clients can easily find voice talent to record intros, bumpers, sweepers, and even host their business podcasts. Finding a podcasting voice is as easy as posting a job for free or searching through the voice talent search engine at InteractiveVoices.com.
Podcasting is a medium that has received an abundance of tender loving care at InteractiveVoices. Within the last six months, the company has celebrated their own Podcasting Week, started a company podcast, and has written a how-to podcasting eBook called “ThePodcastingEbook: Your Complete Guide to Podcasting”, an eBook which has received a glowing review from Colin Meeks of PodcastLaunchPad.com, who noted that the Podcasting Ebook is of an exceptional value, bestowing a 9 star rating. International media outlets have also acknowledged the forward thinking of InteractiveVoices and their Podcasting Ebook, most notably in an interview conducted with the author by United Press International (UPI) regarding ThePodcastingEbook.com and the future of podcasting.
Businesses from all over the world are embracing podcasting as an alternative way to reach their audience, even newspapers. In Great Britain, The Daily Telegraph recently introduced podcasting, enabling readers to listen to its writers, and in the process found itself among the global leaders in this dynamic new media form. The Guardian is about to launch its own podcasting service. Every paper, serious and popular, is experimenting with ways of finding links between paper and the Internet that also stimulates greater participation between journalists and readers. These efforts are likely to retain, and possibly attract new readers (Source, Telegraph.co.uk).
There are several benefits that come from hiring a professional voice talent to produce a surefire podcast voice-over. The team at InteractiveVoices has just released the Top Five Benefits of a good podcasting voice-over, according to their podcast industry research.
Top 5 Podcasting Voice-Over Benefits:
1. Communicates directly with an audience
2. Brands the company and show
3. Retains subscribers
4. Adds a professional twist
5. Generates energy and excitement
Interactive Voices CEO, David Ciccarelli says, “The service that clients have received at InteractiveVoices has been testified as nothing short of miraculous. Their expectations are always met and are consistently exceeded. Podcasting voice-overs are in particular demand.”
Clients can post a voice-over job easily and for free at InteractiveVoices.com. Interested parties can call InteractiveVoices toll-free to post their job over the phone at 1-888-359-3472. All podcasting voice-over job postings will receive Express service free of charge to ensure that their podcasts are recorded as soon possible to meet production deadlines.
Find premium podcasting voice-over talents and receive distinguished customer service at InteractiveVoices.com
Based in London, ON Canada, InteractiveVoices is an online marketplace, facilitating transactions between business clients and voiceover professionals, employing a comprehensive suite of web-based services. Clients that have worked at InteractiveVoices include NBC, ESPN, PBS, The History Channel, Reader’s Digest, Olay, L’Oreal, Comcast, Nortel Networks, Bell Canada, Microsoft, Cisco Systems, ING, Western Union, Ford, GM, Jaguar, Firestone Tires, American Airlines, the US Army, the US Government and many more.