Inside Story

by | Mar 3, 2011 | International, Politics, VO Community | 0 comments

Politics often takes real-world victims.  Middle East politics is proving that.

Cairo, Egypt-based voice talent and advertising/marketing professional Mahmoud Taji has been in our thoughts.  He contributes in many ways to the international voice-over community, and recently he and his wife celebrated the birth of a new child.

When the revolution took place that ousted Mubarak, there was radio silence from Mahmoud.  Understandably.  Now he’s emerging, talking, and sharing about what it’s like to live in Egypt today.

Voice actor Wendy Edwards conducted a 2-hour phone interview with Taji, and cut it down to about an hour-long podcast.

You can also listen to it on Taji’s site.




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