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  • Paid Casting Call
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  • Jan 01, 2017Listed
  • Apr 01, 2017Deadline
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    About Narrators Needed for Children's Show on Radio Fairfax

    Requirements:

    You must have a reasonably good microphone, a pop filter, and a suitable place to record. You can find tutorials online on how to use household materials to make a pop filter and a sound-proof room/or box (I use my closet - clothes make for inexpensive insulation). Age is not an issue, but please be responsible.


    Brief Intro:

    My name is Crystal Genduso and I am the producer of a children's public access program, called Bedtime Story, which was approved to air on RadioFairfax. This is the second time I have created this casting call. We are back because not as many women as we would have liked to have heard from actually auditioned. Sooo, this time, we are offering a jewelry sur-prize (provided by Charmed by Crystal) just for the females in addition to the $5 we are again rewarding to all winners - last time there were at least 20 out of  66 total auditions. Agreeing to volunteer your voice is not required to win; however, that is the hope considering our worthy cause, for which we receive no funding what-so-ever. Thankfully, it provides plenty of practice, tho. And full creative freedom.


    About the Show:

    Bedtime Story Broadcast was originally conceived of to provide children, particularly ones who are blind, dyslexic, or whose parents are likewise disabled or illiterate, w/a bedtime story, but we believe everyone of all ages will enjoy the show. It features unadulterated fairy/folktales that bear little resemblance to the sanitized Disney versions of today. A narrator reads them aloud to listeners, like an audiobook.


    About the Project:

    This show is a co-operative effort; each aspect is crowd sourced. The level of involvement is up to the individual. We offer opportunities for: actors, animators, composers, graphic artists, illustrators, musicians, singers, and writers to obtain exposure, in exchange for contributing content. Everything else is in exchange for experience. Note that volunteers need not live anywhere near Virginia. 


    This is a very valuable investment, which will pay off when people see it on your college application or on your resume. If you are interested in participating in the project, as a one time only content contributor or a continuing collaborator, I can be contacted at [redacted]. Thank you for your time. 


    Crystal Genduso

    Producer of Bedtime Story Broadcast

    www.BedtimeStoryBroadcast.com

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnBmq8XK1O91sBfsMxRDsKA/videos?shelf_id=0&sort=dd&view=0


    RadioFairfax is cablecast via Fairfax Public Access (FPS). Subscribers to Comcast, Cox, or Verizon Fios in Fairfax County and Falls Church, VA can tune in to the station via channel 37. Subscribers to Comcast in Reston can tune in via channel 27. The show's time slot is still TBD, but it will air once a week, for 58 minutes). Anyone, anywhere in the world will be able to listen live via this link: stream.fcac.org:8000high or http://tunein.com/radio/Radio-Fairfax-s24818/. Previous episodes will be available at www.YouTube.com/BedtimeStoryBroadcast. To learn more about the show, visit www.BedtimeStoryBroadcast.com.


    About the Creator: bedtime-story-broadcast

    My name is Crystal Genduso and I am producing a children's public access show, called Bedtime Story. It was recently approved to air on RadioFairfax. It was originally conceived of to provide children, particularly ones who are blind, dyslexic, or whose parents are likewise disabled or illiterate, w/a bedtime story, but we believe everyone of all ages will enjoy the show. It features unadulterated fairy/folktales. These bear little resemblance to the sanitized Disney versions of today. A narrator reads them aloud to listeners, like an audiobook. 


    Since its inception, the concept of Bedtime Story Broadcast has evolved to also provide creative people of all types and ages w/an audience w/which to showcase their talents. Together, we can come up w/opportunities for actors, animators, composers, graphic artists, illustrators, musicians, singers, writers, etc. Every aspect of this show is crowd sourced. The level of involvement is up to the individual. You do not need to live anywhere near Virginia to volunteer. Pro tip: This experience is one way you can stand out from the rest of the stack of college and job applicants.


    There is a looong list of things to do before we can begin to air. Atm, I am managing most of it on my own. If you have more time to contribute, I could use reliable help in the following capacities: 


    - Audio editors/engineers

    - Casting Director

    - Marketing Director

    - Production assistants

    - Social media mavens

    - Talent recruiters

    - Voice Actors


    RadioFairfax is cablecast via Fairfax Public Access (FPS). Subscribers to Comcast, Cox, or Verizon Fios in Fairfax County and Falls Church, VA can tune in to the station via channel 37. Subscribers to Comcast in Reston can tune in via channel 27. The show's time slot is still TBD, but it will air once a week, for 58 minutes). Anyone, anywhere will be able to listen live via this link: http://tunein.com/radio/Radio-Fairfax-s24818/. Previous episodes will be available at www.YouTube.com/BedtimeStoryBroadcast.


    Please do not hesitate to message me about any of the above information. 

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