Passion is contagious. You can sense when it's there and when it's not. In the article below, Anne Ganguzza (the VO Boss) breaks down a particularly excellent corporate narration spot. Anne's expert ear cuts right through to what makes this spot so effective (and enjoyable), and her finely honed observational skills help turn a cleverly written piece of corporate narration into a valuable lesson for us voice actors. Enjoy!
by Anne Ganguzza
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