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John McCaa



voice: calm and authoritative. Ideal for documentaries, educational projects, explanation of complex procedures or processes.


English, English (North American)


North American

Voice Ages

Middle Aged (35-54)

Special Skills

Business, Documentaries, Internet Video, Music, Television


John McCaa is an award winning television journalist with more than 30 years experience in broadcast news and freelance video and film work.
In addition to his work anchoring key broadcasts for WFAA-TV in Dallas and before that WOWT in Omaha, Nebraska, John has served as a reporter, news manager and public affairs show host.  He has been a voice and on-camera talent for numerous major projects for freelance clients, including hosting the popular online college writing series “A Writer’s Exchange” for the R. Jan LeCroy Center.   John has hosted countless regional, national and international teleconferences and programs for such noteworthy clients as JC Penney, VHA, and the Law Enforcement Television Network.”  He has proved narration for several medical, educational and technical programs. 

His extensive work and experience in broadcast news makes his style a perfect match for voice over narration of documentaries and industrial film and video projects.  You will always find him easy to work with, eager to try new ideas and concepts, and completely supportive in your efforts to create a product that is second to none.



BA Journalism
Masters Politics
currently pursuing PhD in History of Ideas

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