TV SHOW & DOC

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Programs Narrated:

The Weather Network / NatGeo
Storm Hunters
ESPN – SOCCER CHANNEL:
Soccer Dreams
PBS:
Ocean Odyssey
National Geographic:
GOLD: The Quest for Gold
OUTDOOR LIFE NETWORK:
Helldrivers

VISION TV:
Righteous Humour
MUCH MORE MUSIC:
Nosedive
SPEED TV:
Tuner Transformation
Discovery ID:
Secrets of the Morgue

HISTORY TELEVISION:
Underworld Gangs
Outlaw Bikers
Outlaw Biker Women
TV TROPOLIS
TV Made Me Do It
PRIME TV:
Free Ride

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Choosing The Right Narrator

We love to inform, engage and entertain with the mediums of film and television.  If you’re searching for a voice-over artist with the voice over talent to deliver the energy, emotion and even the comic timing to help make your show a hit – your quest ends here.

Television show and documentary narration is a vital part of the program’s flow.  A skilled voice actor is performing as much as the actors on screen – or even more so if the people on screen are not actors at all.  The documentary narrator needs to bridge the gaps and help relay the story.

From making that crucial first impression with the program’s intro right through to the closing credits we’ll add the perfect vocal texture to your 22 or 45 minutes of content.

Whether you’re in need of a voice actor that can be dramatic and authoritative, or a voice-over professional that present the perfect tongue-in-cheek delivery to make your production come together, try us for your free custom voice over audition with a couple of styles and textures to see if we can be the right fit for your project.

Marshall McLuhan said “The medium is the message.” When the medium is television or film and the vehicle is a documentary, creating the message demands a very special skill set of the voice actor.  In many documentary narration fields, such as history or science, presentations with back-to-back film footage are rare.  There were no steady-cams to visually capture the dinosaurs roam the Earth, watch Nero taking fiddle lessons, or look over DaVinci’s shoulder.  Therefore, film content can be sparse and the interpretive and storytelling skills of the voice over actor are essential to success.

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