.@CastItTalent Radio: Radio for Actors – LIVE Show from Hollywood – Part 2

Our first ever LIVE SHOW from Garden of Sound recording in Hollywood: Part 2

Segment Hosts: Donnie Schwenk, Jamie Hill, Dig The Kid

If you missed the live show, don’t worry.  You can listen in now!

On Saturday, December 5 the @CastItTalent Radio show hit the road and recorded our weekly show live from Melrose Ave. at Garden of Sound in Hollywood, thanks to owners Adam Fisher and Donny Schwenk.  The remote recoding was also live-streamed on SocialInLosAngeles.com.

It was a fun, fast, and informative show and we had lots of folks stop by and listen to our live experts talking about supporting and streamlining production projects, life as a successful VO artist, and what it’s like to be the band that contributed this year’s theme song to the remake of the film Point Break.

Actors Radio host Will Roberts brings you the best of the best of the film, theater, voice over, and entertainment industry each week.  This weekly actors radio show is an hour of acting related topics, including: acting tips, booking acting roles, what casting directors want from actors, how to audition as an actor, voice over, and anything related to the entertainment industry.  We add to that, a big focus on the business of acting and how to be the most creative entertainer you can be.



Actors Radio host: Will Roberts 

WillPicWill is a professional actor, radio producer, and syndicated radio host.  Will brings his conversational style interviewing skills to Cast It Talent radio each week with some of the best and top entertainment talent in the industry.

While social media, texting and smart phones have taken the place of good old-fashioned conversation, Will Roberts has gone back to the basics. He is a host who makes room for two-way discussion and the opinions of others while never missing an opportunity to lighten the moment with his quick witted humor. WillSays.com | Twitter: CastItTalent

Plus this Week’s Special Guests:


Screen Shot 2015-12-15 at 4.34.07 PMDonny Schwenk heads up Complete Casting and Complete Production Group.  Complete Casting can help streamline production projects and help in every key aspect along the way, from casting a project, signing a project to the SAG-AFTRA contract, and paying talent and crew in accordance with all SAG-AFTRA, Federal, State and Local Laws.

Being a strong supporter of the unions, Donny enjoys working with fellow producers as well as the SAG-AFTRA offices to help interpret and streamline union documents, contracts, compliance, and payment for Television, Film, Commercial, New Media, and Voiceover projects. As a union signatory, he can streamline the pre and post-production process and advise clients of potential pitfalls.


Screen Shot 2015-12-15 at 4.34.52 PMJamie Hill is a people person, and her natural ease in connecting with others comes through in her voice work.

As a Voiceover artist, Jamie brings a natural vibe to each project, making the words roll off her tongue with ease, never sounding like she’s reading a script. Conversational? Oh yeah. Soothing and warm? Heck ya. Sassy, seductive and sultry? Absolutely! She’s amassed a huge list of global and national clients like Toyota, Microsoft, Amazon, AT&T, Nike, Samsung, GoPro, Kellogg’s, Gerber, Jet Blue Airways, Kmart, Aveeno, New Balance, Burger King, Office Depot and Wal-Mart and more.

Jamie has a cutting-edge studio in sunny Los Angeles where in her spare time she plays beach volleyball and hangs out with her killer Chihuahua “Chip”.helps busy, smart and successful women and men just like you heal your body

Screen Shot 2015-12-15 at 4.53.27 PMDIG THE KID – HARD-ROCKING POWER TRIO

When Dig the Kid sings about living life on the edge, this hard-rocking power trio from Oakland, CA, knows what they’re talking about. Forming a little over three years ago, when fellow Academy of Art University students Cory Todd (singer/songwriter/guitarist), and Ian Lasater (bass), hooked up with Lisa Mongelli(Drums), DTK has built a following the old-fashioned way – through dynamic live performances and steady touring – when they were chosen, from more than a million entries, by Reverb Nation to contribute the end credit song to this year’s big-budget remake of Katheryn Bigelow’s 1991 surf cult classic Point Break.


Cast It Talent Radio is a weekly one hour radio show for your station’s weekend line up!

Cast It Talent Radio is a weekly one hour radio show for your station’s weekendThe show is free to your station. One 58-60 minute radio show (2  breaks – 2-3 mins each, you can have 1 min OR more per break). The show can be delivered to your station . The show is delivered via FTP or Dropbox download.For more information on becoming an affiliate, please fill out the form below.


. We look forward to working with you.

* Plus Will is a social media guru  and will do a conference call with your other host and PR team to best deliver your stations message as an added bonus.

We have 12,000 twitter followers and will promote your station when you carry the show.

We  would love to connect with you on Facebook and Twitter and Instagram and we would definitely appreciate a visit to the Cast It Talent website. Stop in and tell us what you think!  Start building your online brand with Cast It Talent as the centerpiece.  #RightActorRightJob – https://www.castittalent.com/Paymentgateway.aspx

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One Comment

  1. Posted April 12, 2016 at 1:48 am | Permalink

    Hello there,
    This is andrew, I want share something abut my self. My dad working in radio show from 15 years. He tells me that I will also do work in there. But I have no experience in this fields.I want to teach radio voice from my dad. But he has no spare time. So can you help me what should I do, what center i will join for coaching in local area. Thanks

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