Archive for the ‘Canadian Voice Over News’ Category

Double Divas Hit Montreal

As dedicated readers of this blog will know – and there are legions of you – PN Agency officially hit Montreal one year ago this month. We’re quite happy with where we are one year out as we’ve slowly built a quality roster of non-union Montreal-based English and French voices. And as the roster has […]

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Social Networks

Just a quick post about the concept of networking and drinking with fellow voice talents. It’s a concept I fully support by the way. The folks at voices.com just held their VoiceWorld Toronto conference this weekend where a number of speakers and coaches from the voice over industry (presumably) waxed poetic about all things voice. […]

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Canadian Voice Over News

The lovely and talented Sunday Muse is holding a voice workshop for teens and adults on April 8th. Sunday is known for her animation coaching, usually specializing in workshops for kids. I recommend keeping an eye on her site for this and other workshops: http://greatbigvoices.com/teens-adults/toronto-workshops/ Another talented Toronto voice coach is Tracey Hoyt who runs […]

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PN Agency presents: A Heartfelt Holiday Message

Sent to our entire client mailing list today: Hi there: So, it’s come to this. On the last day before everyone takes off for the holidays, I am scrambling to come up with a penetrating festive message. A marketing expert would advise me that I need to find a way to convey our heartfelt wishes […]

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2012 Crystal Awards Winners

At the link below you can listen to award winning radio commercials as all the Crystal Award winning spots from 2012 are posted.  Check out the Woolwich Dairy spots in particular (#25).  That’s a shout-out to Todd Schick and Nick Tracey from PN Agency who voiced the two couple spots, created by CHUM-FM.  Enjoy! http://studio.adbeast.com/MediaViewer/?eRG=6E8A18B1-612B-4D83-A1A2-5043FE204594&index=

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La Belle Province

Just back from a few days in Montreal and an investigation of the voice scene there.  I knew going in that L’Union des Artistes (UDA) is strong but my sense is that there is some non-union work kicking around.  We met with some studios, a couple of production companies and of course several voice talents […]

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