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WHY ATTEND?

An estimated 72 million people visited Orlando in 2017. It surpassed the 68 million people who traveled to Florida in 2016, making Orlando the first city in the US. To host over 70 million tourists.

Orlando surpassed New York which hosted 62.8 million visitors and Las Vegas which attracted 42.2 million tourists. A recent poll shows that the demand for voice actors (accent and dialect) is increasing among producers and creatives in both the television and film industries. This is not only for voice actors who speak English. From 2016 to 2017, the demand for voices in other languages grew by 60%.

Robotic or automated voices are never going to replace human voices. About 93% of the people surveyed agreed that the human voice is much more powerful than the voices generated through a computer. Oue focus is on the human voice and the talent and skill needed to be successful in using it for content created around the world.

GROWTH OF THE DEMAND OF VOICE ACTORS SPEAKING OTHER LANGUAGES:

Between 2016 and 2017 the demand for speakers of languages other than English grew by 60%. While the demand for speakers who speak English grew by 43%. This is another sign of global growth in the voice industry.

Top 10 most in demand languages

  1. Latin
  2. Spanish
  3. German
  4. French
  5. French Canadian
  6. Arab
  7. Mandarin
  8. Italian
  9. Japanese
  10. French Parisian

THE FUTURE IS FEMININE!

THE FUTURE OF VOICE ACTING IN THE FEMALE LED PROJECTS:

Traditionally, most broadcasters and voice actors were male. Today, the number of advertisements and film voice acting for females has grown 24% and the growth rate of jobs offered to women is up 16%. This trend has been increasing in recent years. At this rate, the number of female voices will surpass male voices by 2025.