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Deven Swartz



Youthful, enthusiastic and real. Traditional announcer delivery, everyman delivery or even a hybrid of the two extremes. Gives narration a sense of fascination and wonder.


English, English (North American), English (British), English (Australian), English (New Zealand)


Australian, British, New Zealand, North American

Voice Ages

Middle Aged (35-54), Young Adult (18-35)

Special Skills

Audiobooks, Business, Documentaries, Educational, Internet Video, Movie Trailers, Podcasting, Radio, Telephone, Television


WMUL-FM, Marshall University, 2007-present
Voiced and produced more than 50 promos and sweepers--two of which were named national finalists in College Broadcasters, Inc., and National Broadcasting Society award competitions.

Conoisseur Media (freelance), March 2009
Voiced PSA for Marshall University PR class's Empty Bowls campaign that aired on Conoisseur Media stations for 4 weeks.

Philip Barbour High School, Winter 2004
Fill-in Public Address Announcer for home boys' and girls' basketball games. Won WVSSAC Sportsmanship Award for my work.



Marshall University
BA, Broadcast Journalism
Expected Graduation Date: Fall 2010



Shure SM7B, Sennheiser 421

Delivery Methods

FTP, mp3, CD

Turnaround Time

24-72 hrs

Service Description

I do more than provide a fresh and unique voice for your project. I also do all kinds of production, including promos, sweepers and special montages. Plus, I can assist you in writing the best script for the ear.

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