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Tonight: Guest Kristine Oller Shares
How To Change Your VO Biz Strategy

January 30, 2017

(VOXtra) - Do you have a sneaking suspicion that your voice over business strategy is ripe for change?

Tune into tonight's Voice Over Body Shop (VOBS) webcast (starting at 6 pm Pacific at, to catch the wisdom of business strategist Kristine Oller.

"Kristine specializes in people in the creative arts, and guides creative professionals through the process of change," notes Dan Lenard (the Home Studio Master), who co-hosts the show with George Whittam (voice over audio consultant to the stars).

"Change can be shedding old ways of working, or shifting to an entirely new path," Dan adds. "We'll discuss some ways to analyze what you're doing right, and perhaps not so right, based on your style, your strength and your goals."
The guys will also give a lesson on studio background noise using DAWVIEW 2017.

You can join the discussion, too, in the lively, interactive chatroom, and also send questions now and during the show to

Every Monday night, this entertaining and informative weekly webcast also features news from VoiceOverXtra. The lively chatroom becomes a side show in itself! And the hosts answer home voice over studio tech questions, plus look at what else is new in VO tech

The online event starts at 9 p.m. Eastern; 8 p.m. Central; 7 p.m. Mountain; 6 p.m. Pacific.

Past shows can also be viewed any time on YouTube and at the VO-BS website:

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