I offer voiceovers for TV/Radio/Web commercials, e-Learning, audiobooks, documentary narration, animation, video games, apps, in-store announcements, or anything else you can think of. I am ISDN-equipped, and work from my own professional quality studio. I have been a full-time voice actor for 17 years and offer quick delivery and a great attitude.
Price Range: Contact for rates
What to Expect
Just send me your script and the intended use of the audio (including the length of time it will be used), and the delivery style you would like (conversational, announcer, hard-sell, soft-sell, etc). Voiceovers vary in price since the audience for the voiceover varies. A commercial airing a few times to promote a local weekend fair costs much less than a national ad that will air for 13 weeks in major markets. Think of the "reach" of your spot. After we agree on a rate, I will record the audio in whatever file format you need, or if you prefer to go to an ISDN equipped audio studio and connect with me for a live session, we will set up a time for that. I provide a few takes of commercials, and offer a free revision (a couple lines, not the whole thing) within 14 days of delivery.
Melissa Reizian Frank has been a full-time voice actor for 17 years. She is an Audible-Approved Producer for audiobook narration and has accreditation from the World-Voices Organization.
Over the years, Melissa's work has been featured by popular global brands, corporations and government agencies, including: Dr. Pepper, Sam's Club, the Humane Society of the United States, The American Heart Association, Lytx (formerly Drivecam), Verizon, Motorola, 5/3 Bank, the Department of Defense and the Department of Homeland Security. Previously, Melissa was an award-winning, Emmy-nominated television journalist. Most recently, she was a reporter/producer/anchor at WLEX-TV in Lexington, Kentucky, where in addition to daily reporting and anchoring duties, she produced the award-winning half-hour education TV show, “Rising Star.”
Melissa's news reports from Armenia aired on CNN World Report during the early 1990s, where she reported on the blockade there and war in neighboring Nagorno-Karabagh. Melissa is a 2nd-generation Armenian-American, and was there to help train journalists in that country in the ways of “American style journalism” after the fall of the Soviet Union.
Melissa holds a Bachelor of Journalism from the University of Missouri-Columbia, where she minored in Theatre.
Additional Booking Notes
I work from a professional studio featuring:
Lauten Audio FC-357 microphone
Gretch-Ken Industries Sound Sucker Audio Booth
Telos Zephyr 9202 stereo ISDN codec
Universal Audio LA-610 pre-amp
Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 audio interface
Adobe Audition CS6 editing software