I am commonly referred to as "deep voice". But my voice skills have a wide range. High pitch, very low pitch, down to a whisper or up to a roar. Many who listen to my work know only of my voice. Some know me by name and by voice. In 1999, as a radio voice, I, along with several other talents at my job were invited to speak to listeners and supporters of the radio station where I work. In Palo Alto, California, I spent several hours speaking to an audience of about 1000 people, all of whom knew my voice and my name. In Santa Rosa, A college Gymnasium full of supporters listened to us speak. At the University of San francisco, A packed house, with a capacity of about five thousand people, listened as we spoke about political issues. At Mission High School In San Francisco, I appeared with others on a stage before thousands of onlookers. In each case, I learned of the many listeners who have supported my work both by listening and financially. Few of these people ever had seen me and some of them did not know my name. They ranged in agent from teenage to middle-aged to senior. Others refer to yours truly as, "the voice", or "that voice". Hope that helps.
US South (Deep South, Dixie, Delta), US West Coast (California, Portland)
Documentaries, Radio, Television
I have done live broadcast as a floor reporter for Pacifica foundation during the Democratic Conventions in 1980, 1984 and 1988. My weekly, hour-long program, "What's The Verdict", aired for six years from August, 1996 to October, 2002. I was one of the first cast of talent on the Public Broadcasting regional Television show entitled, "This week in Northern California". I spent four years airing on San Francisco's "City Desk": A weekly debriefing of San Francisco Reporters who covered city issues. I was a Sports Reporter at Hayward Cable Television in the early 1970's.
I have a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Mass Communications. I Graduated from California State University, East Bay in March,. 1976. I have enrolled in and completed courses in Advanced Reporting and Producing with National Public Radio. I also completed a seven-day, 12-hour a day crash course at the University of Souther California's School of Journalism.
While in Military Service, I took a correspondence course with Columbia School of Broadcasting. In 1966, I attended the Chris Borden/Bill Wade School of Broadcasting.
I believe my service description is contained in the "years of experience" window. I have done voice-overs each week for my programs, and as promotional pieces for my shows. Before the digital replaced the reel-to-reel, I was commonly known as a "master-mixer". I am still struggling even to manage the rigors of digital editing and mixing. I will get there. I have performed behind the scenes narration on several on-stage shows and in translating spanish-spoken words to english.
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