Can a Voiceover Artist still work during the Corona Pandemic?
Updated: 10 hours ago
There are many jobs that are difficult to continue with in the current Covid 19 pandemic, a voiceover artist however is not one of them. Whilst most productions have shut down in this difficult time, as a voiceover artist with home recording studio, so far for me it's been business as usual. Recording, self directing and editing can be a very lonely process, but in a circumstance when social distancing is necessary this job has been ideal. Radio and anything audio related is a very safe form of communication during these times because isolation is usually required and with so many people at home there is larger than usual audience in need of entertainment. Film and TV productions involve large crews, many times in very close confined spaces and production times from start to finish can take months.
If you have a business that you want to promote, now could be a good time to be communicating your brand.
I really hope the pandemic passes very soon and the world can go back to how it was, perhaps with a few lessons learnt. Please stay safe and stick to social distancing. Love and prayers to all lose affected at this very difficult time.
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