Voice-Overs Are Moving Away From Antiquated Stereotypes

Women are no longer expected to only do VOs for retail, fashion or beauty

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I recently found myself immersed in a creative conversation, having a healthy debate over voice-over (VO) casting for a project. The discussion was around whether we should cast a male or female talent, but not exactly for the reasons you might expect. It wasn’t necessarily about the stereotypes associated with the two genders but rather literally who we believed would be most compelling in telling the story.

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