More people are listening to podcasts now than ever before. And that number is only going to continue to grow, for a good reason. Nowadays, you can find a podcast on practically any interest you may have, so it shouldn't come as much of a surprise that there are plenty of voice-over podcasts available for your listening pleasure right now.
That said, with so many options out there, it can be tough to figure out which of these podcasts are worth your time — and that's where we come in.
Want to boost your voice-over career by listening to a podcast but aren't sure where to start? We're here to help! Here are three voice-over podcasts that every budding or seasoned voice-over artist needs to follow.
1. VO Buzz
If you're looking for the latest up-to-the-minute info out of the world of voice acting, you need to tune in to the VO Buzz weekly podcast. From interviews with a few of the hottest stars in the industry to must-have tips and tricks on how to take your career to the next level, VO Buzz has it all.
While VO Buzz has featured plenty of info and advice for seasoned pros, it's also one of the best beginner voice-over podcasts available, because it gives listeners a pretty solid peek behind the curtain and into the world of professional voice acting.
And, if you're still clamoring for more after listening to this week's voice-over podcast, VO Buzz also has an entertaining and informative web series.
2. Talkin' Toons
If you're at all interested in the world of voice-overs, odds are you're already well acquainted with Rob Paulsen. On top of helpful tips and advice from a few of the biggest names not just in voice acting, but all of Hollywood (hello, Mark Hamill!) Paulsen's voice-over experts podcast is probably one of the most fun to listen to on this list.
Talkin' Toons features plenty of fun voice-over games and activities, as well as reenactments of some of the most famous movie scenes of all time by your favorite cartoon characters. So, if you're looking for some sage advice, and a good time, you're not going to want to miss this one.
3. Middle-Class VO Podcast
The Middle-Class VO Podcast is undeniably one of the best voice-over podcasts out there because it touches not just on voice work but every single aspect of the voice-over industry.
Middle-Class VO hosts Kevin Kilpatrick and Bobbi Maxwell provide their listeners with everything from tips on attending your first voice-over conference to how to manage a voice-over business. So, whether you're looking to start your own company or want to become the next big name in voice acting, the Middle-Class VO Podcast is for you.
Time to Tune In to a Few Voice Over Podcasts
Now that you know a little more about a few of the best voice-over podcasts out there, it's time to bust out your earbuds and start listening.
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