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Morning Radio Show Script [TV Voice Over Example]

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For Clients Looking for Voice Over Script Examples for Radio Morning Show Promos

The scripts include specifications like voice age, gender, target market, artistic direction, accent, etc., much like voice over job postings on Voices.com. So, if you’re looking for a voice actor, the next time you post a job on Voices.com, you’ll have an idea of how to format your job posting in order to get the best auditions back. This formatting helps voice actors to better understand the vision you have for your project, and bring it to life in their read.

For Voice Actors Looking for Voice Over Practice Scripts

Feel free to use these scripts for practice reads and demos! Keep in mind that, when auditioning for jobs, it is recommended to only provide a small portion of the read. For example, a 5 to 7-second read of a 15-second script will suffice for your audition.

Client:

The Jackal 95.7

Voice Age:

Middle Age

Gender:

Male

Job description:

Our classic rock radio station is known for being crazy and way out there. We’ve been doing radio our own way since we started on the airwaves in 1972. And while our morning show format may have changed a few times since then, 95.7 WFPK (The Jackal) still is the gold standard for radio morning shows in the Southwest. 

Charlie and Nick in the Morning is Reno, Nevada’s #1 most-listened-to radio morning show since 1997 (the first year Charlie and Nick started). 

Charlie ‘The Cheese Factory’ Torino, ‘Slick’ Nick Brown and their producer Dave ‘The Recluse’ Baker will need a strong TV promo campaign to keep listeners locked into Charlie and Nick in the Morning, and not tune in elsewhere.

We will produce multiple 15 and 30-second commercial promos that will run on TV stations across Nevada and Northern California.

Our main demographic is men aged 30-55 years old. 85% of our listener base is male.

Art Direction:

For these promo commercials, we need a classic radio announcer voice that can be outrageous and goofy. 

We need a voice that has the classic polish you’d expect from a radio morning show TV promo, but able to add to the quirkiness of the script. 

We really want the voice actor to have fun with the script, as their tone and approach will add the color these commercials need, in order to have the desired impact.

Category:

TV

Industry:

Broadcast

Style:

Over The Top, Professional

Language:

English (North American)

Accent:

US General American (GenAm)

Word Count:

91 words, 92 words, 52 words

30-second Radio Morning Show TV Promo Voice Over Script Sample:

[Shot of all three guys – Charlie, Nick and Dave – yawning and playing bingo in a glitzy, rundown hall downtown Reno. They’re all wearing fanny packs, bright-colored visors and have fully button-up shirts with the collars popped.]

Wandering, mundane elevator music is playing in the background of the promo.

“Ohhhh man. How did the boys end up in this rut? Eating cold Chinese food and dabbing away on four different bingo cards on a Tuesday afternoon?”

“They’re really trying to take down Maggie, the bingo queen of Reno.”

“And Lucile has the boys coming up for egg salad sandwiches and shuffleboard next weekend too.”

“I guess this is what happens when you’ve been at the top for so long, hosting Nevada’s #1 radio morning show since 1997.”

“Charlie and Nick in the Morning. Only on 95.7 WFPK, The Jackal.”

30-second Radio Morning Show TV Promo Voice Over Script Sample:

[Shot of all three guys – Charlie, Nick and Dave – running slow motion in the desert, with distinctly fake mullet wigs, cut-off jean shorts and a variety of 80s glam-band muscle shirts. They are all doused in sweat and making obnoxious goofy faces.]

Some kind of corny 80s synth-heavy song is playing in the background of the promo.

“The boys are running a little behind this morning. You’ll have to excuse them. They were, after all, having a desert camp out, eating marshmallows and jamming out all night out in McCarran.”

“They had such a blast, they’re even thinking of starting a metal cover band.”

“How are the boys going to manage to host Nevada’s #1 radio morning show today? They’ll pull through, they’ve been doing this since 1997.”

“Charlie and Nick in the Morning. With their producer Dave ‘The Recluse.’ Only on 95.7 WFPK, The Jackal.”

15-second Radio Morning Show TV Promo Voice Over Script Sample 1:

[Shot of all three guys standing inside a dodgy old gas station in the middle of nowhere in the dead heat of a summer afternoon. Charlie is chewing on beef jerky, Nick is sipping on an extra large slushie and Dave is eating a taquito. All of them look lost and tired.]

Some kind of romantic Latin guitar music is playing over the gas station’s speakers.

“The boys are out of gas in more ways than one. It took them two hours just to walk to this gas station. And they somehow have to get back into town to host Nevada’s #1 radio morning show.”

“Charlie and Nick in the Morning. Only on 95.7 WFPK, The Jackal.”

15-second Radio Morning Show TV Promo Voice Over Script Sample 2:

[Shot of all three guys hamming it up in front of a green screen, during a photo shoot for their radio show.]

Classic 90’s rock music is playing in the background.

“Want tickets to the biggest rock festival this summer?”

“Tune in to 95.7 WFPK, The Jackal, tomorrow at 7 a.m. to find out who Charlie ‘The Cheese Factory’ Torino and the boys will roast on live radio, as listeners battle for the last 10 tickets to Heat Wave.”

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