New York’s Verbatim Sound Studios, located in Midtown, has announced the formation of an official casting division, Verbatim Casting. Already one of the city’s top recording studios for radio, Verbatim’s new focus on casting talent for voiceovers is an evolution of its successful partnership with creative agency Oink Ink, with whom Verbatim has already cast projects for scores of major clients across the country.
“A lot of our clients seem to want a one-studio solution,” said Jessica Rondash, Verbatim’s studio manager. “Providing the best casting service in New York is just another way we can create top-shelf, award-winning radio for our clients from start to finish.”
Verbatim has recently been entrusted to cast projects for AT&T (via BBDO/NY), Citibank (Publicis) and National Jewish Health (Digo). The studio also frequently provides casting services to Oink Ink Radio for its clients Staples, CBS TV, Chevrolet (via ad agency Goodby, Silverstein & Partners) and numerous others.
“Our casting resources are the best in town,” said Roman Chimienti, Verbatim’s casting director. “We’re on a first-name basis with the top agents and talent on both coasts, and we know how to get the best takes out of everyone we see. Finding the best voices for each spot is what we do.”
For more information about Verbatim Casting or to request an estimate, contact Jessica Rondash at jessica[.]verbatimstudios.com.
About Verbatim Sound Studios
Founded in 2002 as 38 Greene Studios, Verbatim (verbatimstudios.com) is a recording and production facility located in the heart of Midtown New York City. Verbatim has established itself as one of the country’s most regarded facilities, working with virtually every major advertising agency (BBDO, Grey, Saatchi, Kirshenbaum & Bond, Cliff Freeman, Uniworld, McCann, Merkley, and Weiden + Kennedy) in New York and some of the world’s most prestigious brands, including AT&T, MTV, DirecTV, and Google. Verbatim is owned by brothers Dan and Jim Price, founders of Oink Ink Radio.