2019 Voice Over Rate Card

2019 Voice Over Rate Card – Martin Huhn

You  need to get a voice for your project… For example. the company needs a voice for the phone system. It could be just a welcome message, or a fully interactive IVR set of statements ranging from small to elaborate. What about your Real Estate videos? Want to impress those buyers with not only a beautiful virtual tour, but why not have a vote that affirms the buyer that it is being presented by a professional agent!

Broadcasters and advertisers know that the voice for a product is as essential as the images and text. Emotion, breath and pace will catch the attention of the viewer when they leave the room when the ‘commercial’ is on. I have the experience not only with voice, but also with the writing and production of hundreds of corporate videos, training films, e-learning projects, and every form of broadcast there is. TV, cinema, radio, internet, phone, audio guide commentaries, etc.

Martin’s voice has been used by pretty much every global company and broadcast on every global English language news channel! You can have a look and listen to his Electronic Press Kit.

When you are looking for a voice to add to your project there are many variables that must be considered  in the price that include:

  • Broadcast or non-broadcast
  • Size of the market
  • Market exclusivity
  • Duration of use

These are just a few of the factors that make up the pricing for a voice over. With all this said, here is the list. If you cannot find the exact use (i.e. podcasts, ADR), please contact Martin via email.

NON-BROADCAST: Corporate, Business

  • 
00 – 05 min: $250
  • 0
5 – 10 min: $350
  • 10 – 15 min: $450
  • 
15+ Quote

NON-BROADCAST: Narration Video / Training Video
:

  • 00 – 1 min: $150
  • 1 – 2 min: $200
  • 2 – 5 min – $250
  • 5+ min: Quote

NON-BROADCAST: E-Learning (aviation, medical, engineering, etc)

  • 
0 – 2000 words: $0.25 per word.
  • 2000 – 4000 words: $0.21 per word.
  • 4000 – 10,000 words: $0.18 per words.
  • 10,000 plus: Quote

BROADCAST: Television (minimum rate/spot)

  • Local: $450
  • Regional: $750
  • National: $1500
  • Global: $3000

BROADCAST: Television Tags (minimum rate/spot)

  • Local: $100
  • Regional: $200
  • National: $300
  • Global: $600

BROADCAST: Radio (minimum rate/spot)

  • Local (Small Market): $150
  • Local (Large Market): $250
  • Regional: $350
  • National: $750
  • Global: $1000

BROADCAST: Radio Tags (minimum rate/spot)

  • Local: $100
  • Regional: $200
  • National: $300
  • Global: $600

NON BROADCAST: Telephone, IVR, On Hold

  • 0 – 400 words: $100
  • 400 – 800 words: $150
  • 800 – 1200 words: $200
  • 1200 – 1600 words: $250
  • 1600+ words: Quote
  • Monthly retainer and bulk rates available.

NON BROADCAST: Real Estate/Automotive Virtual Tours

  • 
0 – 5 min: $150
  • 5 – 10 min: $250
  • 10 – 20 min: $300
  • 20min+: Quote

So there we have it. All these prices are in Canadian dollars and billing will be have GST added to them. Invoices are emailed and online payment options are available.

New EPK at the Crossroads

How about that! I finally got around to setting up my press kit. In fact I set up an electronic press kit or EPK. It’s going to change a little but the content is there.

Go visit it now by clicking here Martin’s EPK which sends you to http://thecrossroads.tv/epk-martin-anthony/.

Localization and World News on the Internet

Localization and World News on the Internet. What is localization on the internet? How does it affect you?

Find out March 22, 2017 at the VIRL Courtenay branch at 6:00pm.

Localization is a global system that in effect, may foster censorship and propaganda. How so? Let Martin Anthony walk you through his understanding of this seemingly invisible firewall of free information. His experience with topics of the internet started, in Vancouver, prior to the dot com era. He sat on committees (Praxis and AES) that discussed copyright protection long before it was an issue.

In later years, he became manager and Editor in Chief of the English Internet department of a privately owned Turkish news agency in Istanbul. There he worked with journalists from around the world. Martin later hosted a TV talk show in Istanbul where he interviewed scores of guests ranging from a former Whitehouse security chief, to world famous musicians.