KingdomVoices - New Online Casting Service
Connects Talent To Faith-Based Organizations
January 21, 2013
(VOXtra) - Living Power, a company owned by voice talent Dan Hurst, has launched KingdomVoices, a specialized online casting service for voice actors. And this one is quite different.
"KingdomVoices.com is designed to bridge the gap between qualified voice over talent and churches or faith-based organizations," Hurst explains.
The concept for the website was developed by Hurst when he began noticing a gap between churches in need of quality voice over work and voice talents who were mainly focused on the standard business world clients.
"I have a number of church and faith-based organization clients," he explains, "and several of them mentioned how difficult it was to find voice talent that shared their missional heart."
At the same time, Hurst says, he was hearing from voice talent friends how they would love the opportunity to connect with churches or related organizations for voice over. So the concept for KingdomVoices was born.
NOT A PROFIT CENTER
KingdomVoices is not designed as a profit center, adds Hurst (pictured).
Instead, it is operated like a cooperative. All revenue generated by KingdomVoices goes for marketing and operation of the website.
"That’s one reason why the membership rates will be kept as low as possible," he says.
For a limited time, to attract voice talents to the new service, the introductory membership rate is only $1.
"We will market the website to churches and faith-based organizations, but it doesn’t do anyone any good to market the site if there isn’t a good selection of voice talents on board," Hurst explains.
"Once a group of voice talents have signed on, and the marketing is in full swing, the voice talents that signed on early will be offered a year’s membership for $49. The normal rate will be $99 per year, although the company has made the commitment to keep the rates in line with whatever it costs to market and operate the site, so the rate may be lower."
WHAT MEMBERS RECEIVE
As members, voice talents will post their bio, abilities and skills, preferred types of projects, audio and video demos, headshot and contact information, Hurst says.
Voice talents will be contacted freely by visitors to the site.
Also, the website will not offer "upgrades” for position on the website. The order of voice talent listings will rotate randomly. "Everyone gets an equal and fair opportunity to be noticed," Hurst says.
"There is also a place where clients can have their finished projects posted that feature a voice talent from KingdomVoices.
For more information, please visit www.KingdomVoices.com.
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