Voices.com is the online marketplace where businesses connect with voice actors and professional voice over talents.
Radio and television stations, advertising agencies, marketing professionals, casting directors and voice talent agencies rely on Voices.com to easily search for and hire narrators and professional voice over talents by using our award-winning web service.
Voices.com has designed, created and implemented an online marketplace for the world's largest corporations and broadcast entities to search for, audition and hire language service providers such as translators and voice-over professionals since the year 2004.
Voices.com is a corporation registered in the province of Ontario with its head office located at 150 Dufferin Ave, Suite 800, London, Ontario, Canada. The company was originally registered on December 15th, 2003, incorporated on October 25th, 2005 and continues to operate profitably in 2011 as Voices.com.
The research firm, Common Sense Advisory recently stated for 2005 the total industry revenue for the language services industry, including language translation and voice-over recording, was more than $8.8 billion worldwide in 2005, and reached over $12.3 billion in 2010.
Clients that have already worked with Voices.com include ESPN, PBS, The History Channel, Reader’s Digest, Comcast, Nortel Networks, Bell Canada, Microsoft, Cisco Systems, Macromedia, ING, Western Union, Ford, GM, Jaguar, US Army, the US Government and many more.
David Ciccarelli, Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer. As the founder of Voices.com, David offers management experience as well as a clear vision for the future. Most recently, David presented Voices.com as a New Voices winner at DigiFest 2005, an award recognizing Voices.com as an industry leader who provides digital media products and innovations that contribute to Canada’s economic and cultural future. In 2000, David graduated from the Ontario Institute of Audio Recording Technology with an Honor’s Degree in Audio Technology.
Stephanie Ciccarelli, Co-Founder, Vice President of Marketing. With a depth of experience in human resources, vocal production, and copy writing skills, Stephanie is able to effectively communicate the objectives of Voices.com to voice talent and client members through email campaigns and customized newsletters each month, personalizing the experiences for all prospects and customers of Voices.com. Stephanie is also the author of The Podcasting Ebook: Your Complete Guide to Podcasting and The Definitive Guide To Voice-Over Success, and The Voice-Over Script Collection.
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