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free podcamp toronto 2009 audio promo


Right click here to download this promo!

For those podcasters or bloggers who would be so inclined, please feel free to download and use my contribution to the “call to arms” (or promos, actually) for Podcamp Toronto 2009.

If you would be willing (you don’t have to) please tag the spot with the mention of the blog address (www.voxmarketising.com) the website address (www.audioconnell.com) or the audio tag “audio promo courtesy of audio’connell voice over talent – the perfect choice for an awesome voice!”

Thanks and we’ll see you there!

a new day, a new blog


My oh my but this ISa new day with a new administration leading the U.S.

AND a new White House blog unveiled today.

These politicians do know their social media. Let’s see what happens.

fallon judging is underway


Stand by to to this blog see the top 10 finalists.

Then you can vote for your winner.

The judges ballots are due very soon!

MEDIA RELEASE – International Communications Association Elects Peter K. O’Connell to its Board of Directors

audio'connell Media Release

BUFFALO, New York, January 16, 2009 – – Peter K. O’Connell, president of audio’connell Voice-Over Talent, was elected to serve a two year term on the board of directors of Media Communications Association-International (MCA-I), it was announced today. As part of his role on the association’s board, O’Connell will also serve as chairman of the association’s Membership Committee.

Peter K. OConnell, president, audioconnell voice over talent
Peter K. O’Connell

“Over my twenty-five plus years in the communication industry, the technological avalanche I have witnessed over the past five to seven years has been amazing. It’s one of the reasons I joined MCA-I. The portability, the speed and the accessibility of the technology driving personal and professional communication today across so many media channels means that individuals and companies will need to access the brain power of our MCA-I membership now more than ever,” Peter K. O’Connell said

With nearly 800 members world-wide, MCA-I supports professional communicators who work in film, video, the Internet as well as other electronic media and who communicate through broadcast and non-broadcast delivery channels. The professional association is headquartered in Madison, Wisconsin and with 29 active chapters celebrated it 40th anniversary in 2008. The association’s web address is www.mca-i.org.

audio’connell Voice-Over Talent is a worldwide, English language-based voice talent organization. The company also operates International Voice Talents, a company featuring professional foreign language male and female voice actors. audio’connell Voice-Over Talent and International Voice Talents provide voice talent for commercials, animation, corporate narrations, documentaries, broadcast voice imaging, audio books, podcasts and messaging on-hold (MOH). Industries served by the two companies include advertising agencies, media and broadcast production companies as well as both large and small businesses around the world.

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 Companies.



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audio’connell in st. louis…again

John Postel, Peter O'Connell & Donna Postel

What a great treat it was to meet St. Louis based voice talent Donna Postel and her husband John tonight for dinner at the famous Blueberry Hill restaurant.

What a fabulous career in radio she had and now she enjoys a terrific voice over career.

And the best news of all is she’ll have her new web site up by April 15th of this year. Look for it!

less sleepless and more like “sick in seattle”


I am not one to shy away from sharing my unhappiness when I feel a product or service (or more likely customer service) doesn’t live up to realistic expectations (Best Buy!).

However, I am also very pleased to sing the praises for those whose customer service is wonderful and beyond expectations. To wit, I have a hotel recommendation for you:

January 10, 2009

Mr. William J. Shaw
President and Chief Operating Officer
Marriott International
Marriott Drive
Washington, D.C. 20058

Dear Mr. Shaw:

A frequent traveler and guest of Marriott properties, I felt it was important for you to know about a recent experience I had at SpringHill Suites Seattle Downtown.

Staying there with my clients for business meetings, I contracted food poisoning on December 4th (not from any food service at this or any Marriott property) which required me to go to the emergency room at a local hospital.

Due to my condition and my total lack of familiarity with the area, I relied heavily on the help of your hotel’s staff and they could not have been more accommodating. I was especially appreciative of the efforts of Louis Haslett, the General Manager, to see to my well-being.

I would be pleased if you would take the time to personally call Louis (and maybe his supervisor) to share my deep appreciation for his efforts and the efforts of his staff. Being really sick on the road is a bad experience but the team at SpringHill Suites Seattle Downtown made it much easier for me.



Peter K. O’Connell
audio’connell voice over talent