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AUCKLAND, Today: Many ad businesses are rapidly finding new ways to operate – like voiceover agency Bigmouth, which is now offering full voiceover services via Skype, Facetime, Zoom, or a phone call.

Owner/MD Sarah McLeod said: “We are keeping abreast of the changes that are occurring on a daily basis and I am making sure I am informed of voices that are back from overseas, unwell, or have been in contact with anyone that is in an at-risk group.

“We will be able to continue to provide voiceover services with our male & female voiceover artists that are set up to record from their home studios.

“Producers can continue to direct these sessions remotely.

“We also have many voices based overseas that have their own home studios and you can find them by using the Has Own Studio filter on our Voices page (scroll down for the link).

“M+AD story organised – and all done in my PJs on the sofa with the kids wanting breakfast 😊”

“We have a large number of voices available – both here, in Australia, the UK and the US.

“But the biggest change I implemented two years ago was the ability for clients to book a voiceover artist directly via the platform. So a client can now select a voiceover artist, book them online, voice records and uploads audio, client approves it and pays online.

“Please let us know if you need any help with updating your phone message systems, online videos, medical narrations or public service announcements.

“We are happy to offer discounted prices in these difficult economic times. He waka ika noa – We are all in this together.”

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