Promote your business-make a video

Posted by on 06 Feb 2020 | Tagged as: blog

Promote your business-make a video

Do you want to promote your small business or your great idea or your knowledge about a subject?

Making a video to post on the internet may help a lot.

You need to speak yourself  at least for part of it so that people will see that you are a real person.

But you might need a Spokesperson’s voice for your business too.

If you do use one, why not get the voice of Jay Beacham?

He’s  helped businesses over the years with their narration needs.

Here are a few examples:

The Make It Easy Toothpaste dispenser company : https://soundcloud.com/jay-beacham/make-it-easy-read-1

The Gozunder Toilet Seat Riser company : https://soundcloud.com/jay-beacham/gozunder-toilet-rise-read-final-read-1

Suzann Capra Grabina and her ”Speak With Ease”
English Accent and Pronunciation Lessons : https://youtu.be/mDeMevCR3Is

The Southwest Science Foundation’s radio program that promotes it’s projects and science center:  https://soundcloud.com/jay-beacham/science-quest-program

Or you can use his voice for your radio or Television ad : https://soundcloud.com/user-528363945/jay_beacham_multisoundvarious_styles_94mp3-audiompeg-object

Voice overs in English and German.

Need a spokesperson voice?

Get Jay Beacham

http://jaybeacham.com/

Let me tell you a story

Posted by on 17 Oct 2016 | Tagged as: blog

“Let me tell you a story.”
Now what is the best way to tell a story?
They can be true or make belief.
I’ve seen films, heard tales, heard story songs and poems, read stories.
Some stories are short and some are long.
And some story tellers are very animated and others very calm an humdrum.
A guy named Bo Eason says stories can be used for good or bad
and that stories of good can defeat evil because they expose the
human soul on fire. He says that leaders are good story tellers.

In the film “Tammy and the Bachelor”, Debbie Reynolds as

Tambrey Tyree tells the story of Great Grandmother Cratcher

to the delight of all the guests at “the Pilgrimage”.

Stories can be told that way, in films, on a neighbor’s porch

or even down at the corner cafe or store, or told in song or verse.

They can be fun, sad, happy, informative, historical.
I’ve even told some stories myself.
Here’s a few.
“Twas the Night Before Christmas” is read on film
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Ihrd0-2_3w

Christmas 1
“In a Fishbowl” is a story of a part of my life on audio recording.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DEKcOjrUNb8

I was in a short film telling a story.
“You Have Been Warned” YHBW 2
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vX9lkfKdDm4
I like telling stories with poetry.
“The Writer” is a story of a would be author.
http://payhip.com/b/Ti0q
Then there are lots of stories put to song.
Here are some examples :
http://www.singsnap.com/karaoke/r/b48e1ae63
http://www.singsnap.com/karaoke/r/b76f4d9d7
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yV937yfhCYU

Then there is just telling a story
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=byWi0yTktSI
And I’ve got many more of my recorded stories and
many yet untold.
So what stories do you want to tell?

Here are photos of me telling some stories:

Nuttin 1

Hamblin 2

Santa 1

Hamblin 1Rich man 1

She sweet

Internet Auditions

Posted by on 25 Apr 2015 | Tagged as: blog

The aspiring actor
(or internet auditions)

Scenerio:
An actor is pounding the streets of a large city looking for a theater, talent agency or sound studio or radio or television station where he can audition for a much needed job.
All personal funds are gone and the expenses of living are high.
Then walks into a theater boasting a sign for a casting call today.
The room is filled with people and a desk where a studious person is processing each applicant.
After a short wait our actor approaches the table and introduces himself while asking if the auditions are still open.
“Yes.   Fill out these forms,” comes the reply.
When done he approaches the desk again and hands the forms to the attendant.
“These look fine.  That will $39.95 please.  Then you can get in line for your audition.  The spots are filling up fast.”
“But I’m looking for work that pays me. Since when must I pay to apply for a job?”
“I’m sorry but we require the fee.  There are costs for us to do this.  Do you want to apply or not?”
“Will I get hired if I pay the fee?”
“I can’t guarantee anything.  The fee is the cost to audition.  Do you want to audition or not?”
“I guess not, I don’t have any money.”
He leaves and further down the street sees a help wanted sign.
He enters and is greeted by a similar sight as was seen in the theater.
And here too after filling out an application is informed that a fee is required in order for the secretary to submit the forms and setup an interview.
The applicant leaves and wanders down the street finding this the case at every establishment he enters.
Tired, hungry, and depressed, he must look for a place to sleep and maybe a dumpster to scrounge some food from.
Sound strange? Familiar?
This is the way of the new internet acting scene.
Pay and you can audition with no promise of a job.

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