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10/28/2021 | Press release | Distributed by Public on 10/28/2021 01:12

Oct. 28, 2021 - Noon to 3:00 PM PT Multiple Locations SAG-AFTRA Foundation - Audiobook Workout: Intermediate to Advance ... Read More

Oct. 28, 2021 - Noon to 3:00 PM PT


If you have a few audiobook narration credits to your name, this workout provides you an opportunity to work with your fellow performers in a supportive space. Share your creative ideas with the group and get some instant feedback on your work. Be sure to read through your material before arriving for the workout and prepare to wow everyone you will be working with.

REQUIREMENTS

  • Participants must be present for the entire program (Noon - 3 p.m. PT / 3-6 p.m. ET).
  • Intermediate (and above) level audiobook narrators only (not a beginner level offering). If you have several (3 or more) audiobook credits to your name, this is a good option for you. Questions? Email [email protected].
  • Depending on attendance, this workout may be separated into two groups. Details will be shared once a determination is made.
  • Two (2) FICTION (no children's books, self-help books, instruction manuals; etc.) book excerpts (that you are familiar with), each no less than 2 minutes in length (time yourself when practicing before the workout). We would appreciate a digital file (PDF, Google Doc, Hi-Resolution Photo; etc.) of your excerpts, if possible, so we can all follow along.
  • If you are completely new to audiobook narration (have never done audiobook narration) try our Beginner Bundle: Intro to Audiobook Workouts class before registering for this offering.
  • The Lab will not provide reading materials for this workout.

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