By Stephanie Ciccarelli
How can you tell what clients want in a read? Oftentimes, producers will include tags or "buzz words" to describe what they are looking for. J. Michael Collins explores the most common tags he's seen on Voices.com auditions and identifies buzz word categories, explains what many of them mean and guides you on how to use buzz words when auditioning for voiceover work.
Throughout his career as a broadcast and print journalist, educator, and corporate trainer, J. Michael Collins has utilized a natural facility with the nuances of English to produce the highest quality product for clients and employers. Whether hosting a live radio talk show, teaching at a university, serving as the personal writer/editor for the C.E.O. of a major American PR firm, or writing for publication, effective English has been the cornerstone of his professional life.
J. Michael Collins has dedicated himself to providing voiceovers of superior quality to all of his clients, large and small and has recorded advertisements for major corporations such as Coca Cola and McDonald's, movie trailers for worldwide release, television documentaries, Fortune 500 corporate narration, promos for local establishments and audio-books.
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