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MEDIA RELEASE – Time Warner Cable Drafts O’Connell for Buffalo Bills-Themed Spots

audio'connell Media Release

BUFFALO, New York, September 15, 2010 – – With Buffalo Bills Linebacker and fan favorite Paul Posluszny doling out “advice” to inquiring fans in a series of humorous radio spots, Time Warner Cable secured voice actor Peter K. O’Connell as the campaign’s announcer. The radio commercials, scheduled to air across New York State, promote Time Warner Cable’s video, high-speed data and voice services.

LISTEN TO A SAMPLE HERE
[audio:http://www.audioconnell.com/clientuploads/mp3/Media_Release_Audio_Samples/100915_TWC_Paws_Sample.mp3]

Time Warner Cable, Official Communications Provider of the Buffalo Bills, is the second-largest cable operator in the U.S., serving more than 14 million customers who subscribe to one or more of its video, high-speed data and voice services.

The Buffalo Bills are one of the most storied franchises in the National Football League (NFL). The Bills have won two American Football League (AFL) Championships (1964 – 1965) and won an NFL record four straight AFC Championships (1990 – 1993) that included four trips to the Super Bowl.

Drafted by the Bills in the second round of the 2007 draft, Buffalo Bills Linebacker Paul Posluszny was voted team captain in 2009, tied for second among NFL linebackers with three interceptions in 2009 and has led the Bills in defensive tackles in each of the past two seasons.

A professional voice talent since 1982, some of Peter K. O’Connell’s professional voiceover credits include productions for the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), Shell Oil, Starz Cable Channel, New Jersey Alliance and New Jersey Tourism, J. Walter Thompson Advertising (JWT), 2K Games, Cleveland Browns, Tops Friendly Markets, Island Press Publishers, Harlequin Enterprises, First Choice Power, Pathmark Supermarkets, Crosby Stills & Nash, Fashion Outlet Mall, Junior Chamber International, Peek N’ Peak Resort and Spa, Devaweb and The Advertising Club of Buffalo.

audio’connell Voice Over Talent is a worldwide, English language-based voice talent business. The company provides voice talent for commercials, animation, corporate narrations, documentaries, broadcast voice imaging, audio books, podcasts and messaging on-hold (MOH). Founded in 1982, industries served by the audio’connell include advertising agencies, media and broadcast production companies as well as both large and small businesses around the world. Sister company International Voice Talents provides similar services, using professional foreign language male and female voice actors.

Mr. O’Connell also owns Voice Over Workshop, which provides professional voice over training to novice and experienced voice talent world-wide.

audio’connell Voice Over Talent, International Voice Talents and Voice Over Workshop are all a part of O’Connell Communications, LLC.
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NOTES TO EDITORS

Company Media Releases ON LINE:
http://www.audioconnell.com/media

Company Name Pronunciation:
au·dio·o’·con·nell (awe-de-oh-oh-kah-nel) or au·di-o’·con·nell (awe-de-oh-kah-nel)

Company Name Spelling:
Use lower case letters- audio’connell or audio’connell Voice-Over Talent

Company Web:
http://www.audioconnell.com

Company Blog:
http://www.voxmarketising.com

O’Connell Voice-Over Resume:
See resume here

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requiescat in pace chrissy fadala

Boston Voice Talent Meet-Up Front row (l-r) Chrissy Fadala, Moe Egan, DB Cooper; Back row Diane Maggipinto (and son Lio), Peter O'Connell and Lee Gordon

When I heard about this last night, I couldn’t quite bring myself to write about the passing of this wonderful soul.

I knew Chrissy later in her life, first from the VO-BB and then thankfully she joined us for this dinner you see in the summer of 2009. How great for me that she would turn out to join us on this special night. I hope I said thank you enough to her for coming out.

If you aren’t a member of the VO-BB, you’ll need to sign up to read my talented friend Mandy Nelson’s kind and loving story of visiting Chrissy in the hospital with Chrissy daughter Delana and how peaceful it all seemed for everyone.

It was a great crutch for the many broken hearts that got to spend time “with our Chrissy”.

new web site for bilingual voice talent dan hurst

Male Voice Talent Dan Hurst

Got a ping in my email box from bilingual (English/Spanish) voice talent Dan Hurst that he has updated his web site.

His new and improved web site contains exclusive super concentrated emollients and retsyn for that just brushed clean sounding audio.

No it doesn’t, I’m just being silly. But the web site does look nice and it has always sounded great.

the devil is in the cookie aisle

So let me clear – the reason you are NOT supposed to grocery shop when you are hungry is because when you have to go to the cookie aisle to get those little snack pack of oreos for school lunches that are on the grocery list, you have to walk past the big oreos, like the nice mint oreos. And you think, “won’t that be a treat for the week”, and maybe you’ll have just one when you get home since you truly never ever buy them because you know you like them a bit “toooo” much. Except you rip the damn bag open in the parking lot while you are loading the groceries. Three for me and one for my child so it “seems” equal, at least to her. And then when you get home, you sneak just a couple of more and then a couple after dinner, and then you stupidly poor yourself a half glass of milk (which you normally wouldn’t drink at this time of night save for the mint crackeos you purchased less than an hour ago) only to find that by the time the milk is deliciously gone so are 2 of 3 rows of mint oreos which proves my sugar induced theory that the devil LIVES in the cookie aisle of every store.

So endth the lesson. *burp*

meet the voice of rabbit from winnie the pooh

Kenneth Sansom, who played the voice of Rabbit in the Winnie the Pooh series, recently stopped by ABC4 in Salt Lake City for an interview on Good Things Utah.

say it with me today, meant it, and never forget

For the victims.

For their families.

For our troops and their families.

For us.