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CC Heim Voice Talent

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For more than 20 years, CC has been performing on mic, on stage, and on camera. Her upbeat and professional style, combined with highly-attentive customer service, is certain to ensure your project is a success. Her voice has been used on projects for Liberty Mutual Group, Texas A&M University, The Home Shopping Network, City of Springfield, MA and others. She's also done a tremendous amount of on-air work for TV and Radio Stations across the U.S. CC's state-of-the-art studio features the latest professional sound recording equipment and technology. CC will deliver audio files in a variety of formats: MP3, AIFF, WAV or via CD. In most cases, work can be delivered within 24 hours.
$100 USD/hr
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4.8
  • 96%Jobs Completed
  • 100%On Budget
  • 100%On Time
  • 10%Repeat Hire Rate

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Full Time Voice Talent

Jan 2009

Provide professional, broadcast-quality voiceovers for clients around the globe. Work includes commercials for TV and radio, corporate narration for training and promotion, explainer videos, message on hold, and elearning.

Marketing Director

Aug 2007 - Jan 2009 (1 year)

In charge of marketing Student Recreation options for university of 50,000+ students.

Communications Director

Oct 2001 - Apr 2004 (2 years)

Provided executive-level guidance for communication strategy for Commercial Property Division of Liberty Mutual.

News Reporter and Weather Anchor

Sep 1998 - Jan 2000 (1 year)

Provided daily live television weather forecasts and general assignment reporting duties.

Part Time Voice talent

Sep 1998

Provide narration services on an as-needed basis for various companies.

Education

BA

1994 - 1998 (4 years)

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