No Flowers Please…

…just send donations to the next-gen technology company that will inherit ISDN’s faithful. Yesterday well-known production house ProComm Voice Talent delivered a message to its member talent that it was transitioning away from reliance on ISDN (by the end... read more

Verizon Halts ISDN Installs in NYC

Yup, the very heart of the entertainment/communication industry on the East Coast – the #2 VO market in the USA – no more ISDN installs.If you already have ISDN, you’re fine.  Things will continue as normal (for now).This is for BRI service. ... read more

Which Will Implode First: Twitter or ISDN?

Not that they’re mutually exclusive or anything, but both of these services have a part to play in the voice-over realm…and both are struggling to survive for different reasons.Twitter is a free social media platform under seemingly endless corporate... read more

Why I Sold My ISDN Codec

It hurt.  But I did it.  Part of the reason was because I wasn’t getting enough use out of it to justify the cost.  But the rest of the reason has to do with my saving face.  After all, I ballyhoo’d the death of ISDN on the pages of this blog for years.... read more

For Sale: One ISDN Codec

How long is it prudent to hang on to ISDN?…I mean…at a personal level?We all know the TelCos are pretty much fed-up with losing money on the infrastructure that goes into keeping this dinosaur alive…at least in the hinterlands…as in: anywhere... read more

A New ISDN Wrinkle

Years ago, I helped a voice actor moving to Las Vegas get his ISDN installed through some contacts I’d already researched/established at CenturyLink.  He, in turn, helped me with some marketing.  His name is Garrett Michaels, and I’m proud to call him a... read more


The cooler heads were right…..back then.Years ago, when I began blogging of the impending death of ISDN, there were plenty of people around to tell me the end of that technology was still far away.They were right, and I was right.  It WAS the beginning of the... read more

Deal Breaker

Sometimes an idea comes along that just makes us all do a face-plant, and say:  “Of course!…Perfect!”Kevin Leach — the founding and creative force behind ipDTL — and  his development team, just launched what could be the convergence... read more

Strictly Classifed!

My constant hammering away at the situation with outgoing ISDN and incoming IP remote recording solutions often shakes loose a few informational tidbits from unexpected corners of the industry. Yesterday’s post of a video interview with SessionLinkPro’s... read more


“What was that again?” I said to Jason Rooney. My ears perked up when Rooney – a friend and VO Pro – mentioned he had successfully completed a remote recording using an IP connection service I’d never heard of before.... read more

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