Schedule

Here’s what you’ll experience
at VOICE 2007:

Our tentative schedule is below, subject to change.

All events take place at Palace Station, Las Vegas, NV.

More information about VOICE 2007 follows the schedule.

HERE’S THE SCHEDULE:
(all times and events are subject to change):

   
Tues. 3/27
Night Before - Meeting Room - TBA
6:00-9:00pm
Early sign-in - Meet & Greet - Meet the organizers and presenters
Wed. 3/28
Day 1 - Salon A & B
8:00-9:00
Doors open - registration/sign-in
9:00-9:15
Welcome & Introductions
9:15-10:45
"Step Up to the Mic" - Rodney Saulsberry
10:45-11:00
BREAK
11:00-12:30
"Self Evaluation" - Part 1 - Connie Terwilliger
12:30-2:00
LUNCH on your own
1:30-2:00
Doors open
2:00-3:30
"Self Evaluation" - Part 2 - Connie Terwilliger
3:30-3:45
BREAK
3:45-5:00
"LoveNotes - a Process for Marketing & Branding" - Frank Frederick
5:00
End of day one program
5:00-6:30
DINNER ON YOUR OWN - Meet the Vendors - Vendor area open until 5:30
6:30-7:30
"After Hours" Premiere Sponsor presentations
Thurs. 3/29
Day 2 - Salon A & B
8:00-9:00
Doors open - Vendor area open
9:00-10:30
"Voice Acting and the WWWeb" - Chris Wagner
10:30-10:45
BREAK
10:45-12:30
"26 Slick Tricks Smuggled Out of Hollywood" - Special Guest: Pat Fraley
12:30-2:00
LUNCH on your own
1:00-2:00
Doors open - Vendor area open
2:00-3:30
"The Psychology of Voiceover - Why it works!"
James Alburger & Penny Abshire
3:30-3:45
BREAK
3:45-5:00
"The Seven Core Elements of Performance"
 James Alburger & Penny Abshire
5:00-6:30
DINNER ON YOUR OWN - Vendor area open until 5:30
6:30-8:00 “After Hours” – Major Sponsor presentations
Followed by a very special tribute to Lennie Weinrib (1935-2006)
Click here for Lennie’s IMDB filmography.
Fri. 3/30
Day 3 - Salon A & B
8:00-9:00
Doors open - Vendor area open
9:00-10:15
"Negotiating Your Best Talent Fee" - Gregory Best
10:15-10:30
BREAK
10:30-12:30
"Finding Your Voice in the Audio Book Industry" - Bettye Zoller
12:30-2:00
LUNCH on your own
1:00-2:00
Doors open - Vendor area open
2:00-3:30
"Character Voices in Animation" - MJ Lallo
3:30-3:45
BREAK - Vendors close for the day after this break
3:45-5:00
"Infinite Ammo: A Gamers Guide to Voicing Video Games" - DB Cooper
5:00
End of Day 3 program - Room reset for Bob Bergen's show
5:30-8:00
DINNER on your own
8:00-9:30
"An Evening with Bob Bergen" - Excerpts from his one-man show
Sat. 3/31
Day 4 - Salon A & B
8:00-9:00
Doors open - Vendor area open
9:00-10:30
Hot Seat Demo Evaluation & Critique - 
Bring your VO demo and marketing materials
10:30-10:45
BREAK
10:45-12:00
The Business of Voice Over Panel Discussion
12:00-1:30
LUNCH on your own
1:00-1:30
Doors open - Vendor area open
1:30-3:00
You've got questions, we've got answers - Q & A
3:00-3:30
Closing comments and evaluations
3:30
End of VOICE 2007 - plan ahead for the next VOICE experience
WE’LL BE RECORDING:

The entire VOICE 2007 event will be recorded, with the exception of Tuesday’s get-together and the “After-Hours” special events.  We plan to make the recorded event available to those attending as MP3 files on CD-Rom shortly after the event closes. You’ll find more information about how you can register or purchase the recorded event on the registration page. Of course, everything is subject to change until we nail down the details. Due to contractual obligations, certain segments of the event may not be available.

PUT YOURSELF IN THE HOT SEAT SATURDAY MORNING:

Our early Saturday morning session will be a Hot Seat Demo Evaluation and Critique. If you’ve got a voiceover demo you’d like to have evaluated and critiqued by our pros, please bring an audio CD along with any marketing and promotional material you normally send with the CD. Put everything in an envelope with your name on it and drop it in the box at the registration table any time before Friday evening. We’ll randomly select as many demos as we can during the first morning session on Saturday.

Please be warned: This will be a no-holds-barred evaluation and critique of your demo and marketing materials. Our panel of professionals will tell you exactly what they think. You’ll find out what you’re doing right… and what you need to fix to make your demo a powerful marketing tool.

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