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Narration Success

with Pilar Uribe

​​This week, the script is flipped! Pilar is interviewing Anne on her specialty: E-Learning, Corporate Narration, and more. Anne shares her secrets for keeping listeners’ attention during long scripts + tips on how to have an exciting read for corporate copy. Although many consider these scripts dull, Anne argues that it’s the opposite. Putting yourself in the shoes of your favorite teacher or favorite CEO will give you the passion you need to make these jobs soar like a #VOBOSS.

In this episode, Anne teaches Pilar & all the #VOBOSSES what it takes to ace E-Learning & Corporate Narration reads.

"Voice actors have to move through the world as creators & business people." - Pilar

About Pilar Uribe

Pilar Uribe is a bilingual voice actor, telenovela star, and radio personality. Born and raised in New York City, she broke into show business with roles in Yo Soy Betty La Fea (Ugly Betty), Pobre Pablo, and El Cartel, filmed in Colombia and Miami. She recorded and produced for WLRN Miami-South Florida and now lives in Los Angeles, where she records voice over for television, radio, and films.

Top 10 Takeaways

Quick-share concepts from today’s episode:

  1. Being the voice of a company means your job is to elevate their brand.

  2. There is always something new to learn. #VOBOSS

  3. Use your background + past experience when building your VO career. #VOBOSS

  4. There are 30.4 million registered companies in the US. They all need someone to tell their story. #VOBOSS

  5. Finding the passion in each story or behind a product will make your delivery pop.

  6. Everyone who has ever started a company or created a product believes in it.

  7. When voicing for a company, picture yourself as a part of that company. Imagine that you are fighting on behalf of that company or product. #VOBOSS

  8. E-Learning is split between academic content & corporate training.

  9. When working on E-Learning, think back to your favorite teacher. What qualities did they have that you can inject into this read? #VOBOSS

  10. Long-form narration requires more passion & excitement to hold listeners’ attention. #VOBOSS

"I love sharing knowledge." - Anne

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