Podcast of TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 422 with guests Jerry Houser, Paul Robert Coyle and Roy Samuelson is now available online for listening on demand

Show No. 422 with guests Jerry Houser, Paul Robert Coyle and Roy Samuelson
Original Airdates: Oct. 12-15, 2018
Listen to “TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 422 with guests Jerry Houser, Paul Robert Coyle and Roy Samuelson” on Spreaker.

First hour: Voice artist Roy Samuelson talks to Ed about Descriptive Narration, a burgeoning field of voiceover that provides narrated descriptions of key elements of a film or TV series for those who are blind or visually impaired. October is Blindness Awareness Month. Also in this hour: Chuck Harter with Part 3 of our three-part series on pop music TV shows of the mid to late 1960s, including a look back at The Music Scene, the short-lived music comedy series from the fall of 1969 that also featured a pre-Laugh-In Lily Tomlin, Happening ‘68, the Saturday morning series starring Mark Lindsay and Paul Revere, and Malibu U, the seven-week summer series from 1967 hosted by Rick Nelson. Second hour: Part 2 of our conversation with award-winning actor, producer, voice artist and teacher Jerry Houser (Summer of ’42, Class of ’44, Slap Shot, The Brady Brides, A Very Brady Christmas and The Bradys), including stories of Jerry’s work alongside David Janssen, Milton Berle, Don Adams, Alan Alda, and Ron Howard in various films and TV shows. Longtime television writer Paul Robert Coyle co-hosts the hour.

Jerry Houser offers fun and informative workshops, both here in Los Angeles as well as private sessions via Skype, for those who are considering beginning a career in voiceover. For more information, visit HouserHoltVOWorkshop.com or contact Jerry directly.

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