Don Morrow -009

Don Morrow is a living broadcast and voice-over legend both on and off camera, having announced for national TV shows and movie trailers including “Titanic”, “Saving Private Ryan” and dozens of Hollywood blockbusters. When you hear the term “VOG” for “Voice of God,” it will be Don Morrow that fits that bill.

Bill Smith -008

Bill Smith, currently production director at WRKO in Boston, personifies the terms “smooth” and “professional.” He has written, produced and voiced hundreds of spots and is a talented musician with one of the coolest home studios around. Bill recounts his early days in radio and how the industry has evolved.

Fred Frees -007

Fred Frees is the son of voice-over legend Paul Frees, aka Boris Badenov and voice of Disney’s Haunted Mansion, to name but a few. Fred in his own right is a brilliant voice artist and teacher with personal insight into his Dad’s amazing career in show business.

Randy Thomas -006

Randy Thomas has broken not only the glass ceiling but nearly every studio door when it comes to voice-overs. She is the first woman to announce the Oscars, Tony’s, Emmy’s, The Super Bowl, and Entertainment Tonight, not to mention dozens of national radio and TV campaigns. She is also an accomplished author and teacher.

Suzanne Bates -005

Meet Suzanne Bates of Bates Communications and the author of several best sellers including “Speak Like a CEO: Secrets for Commanding Attention and Getting Results.” Suzanne is a former television anchor and reporter who has enormous success training people to communicate to win!

Michael Coleman WBZ Production Wizard -003

Michael Coleman has been the WBZ Boston production director for over twenty years.  Mike is a stand up comic, writer and extraordinary voice talent.  He is particularly skilled when it comes to imitating popular singing stars as you’ll hear.

Wren Ross -002

Wren Ross is a voice-over artist with hundreds of successful commercials and narations to her credit.  She’s also a terrific actress, singer and teacher who has performed throughout the northeast.  She’s created several original cabaret shows and has even authored several essays and books on one of her true passions, knitting.

Ron Della Chiesa “Voice of the Symphony” -001

Ron Della Chiesa, he of those warm, dulcet tones has been a popular radio and TV host for over fifty years.  He is best known today as the Voice of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and for decades he hosted the beloved “Music America” show on public radio.