PRLog - Dec. 20, 2010 - LONDON, Ontario -- Bobbin Beam's voice has been heard around the world in commercials, narrations, audio books, e-Learning projects, documentaries, and TV promos. ABC, Disney Channel, and Fortune 500 companies have used Bobbin's voice, which is described as warm, friendly, professional, wise, and sincere.
Beam is featured on Voice Over Experts with her podcast lesson “Jump Start The New Year With Tips From Bobbin Beam.” She shares ideas for making plans and preparations that will help talent jump start the New Year in a big way while everyone else is spending the last two weeks of the year relaxing. Beam offers tips on how to be unique and different through communicating with current and past clients, how to build relationships, save time and offers new ideas on how to create value for clients in 2011.
Voice Over Experts is an educational podcast featuring renowned voice over coaches from the US, Canada and abroad, offering pearls of wisdom and tricks of the trade to help novice voice talent improve their careers. Voice Over Experts is hosted by Voices.com, the voice over marketplace.
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About Bobbin Beam
Bobbin Beam's voiceover career evolved from radio in Milwaukee in the 1970's as one of Wisconsin's first female radio broadcasters. Her broadcast career spanned twenty years among seven radio stations two television stations, and three major markets. Then there was the successful ad agency, On the Beam Productions which further fine-tuned creative voiceover work. It was upon Bobbin's move to Southern California in 1984, when her career evolved into full-time voice acting, which remains her passion, her craft, and her art.
You may have heard Bobbin's voice in projects for ABC, Disney, Pro Flowers, 3M, LG, Cisco, DHL, BP, Expedia.com, Toshiba, Tribune Companies, Microsoft and numerous others.
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Based in London, Ontario, Canada; Voices.com provides a virtual exchange, facilitating business transactions between creative producers and voice-over professionals. Radio and television stations, advertising agencies and Fortune 500 companies all rely upon the Voices.com marketplace to search for, audition and hire voice talents. Companies that have used Voices.com include NBC, ESPN, PBS, The History Channel, Reader's Digest, Comcast, Microsoft, Cisco Systems, ING, Western Union, Nortel, Ford, GM, the US Army, the US Government and more.