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Radio Jingle Voice Over Sample Script

For Clients Looking for Voice Over Script Examples for Radio Jingles

The scripts include specifications like voice age, gender, target market, artistic direction, accent, etc., much like voice over job postings on Voices. So, if you’re looking for a voice actor, the next time you post a job on Voices, 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.

What is an example of a jingle?

Jingles are short songs or catchy musical refrains that promote a product in a TV commercial or radio spot.

The purpose of a jingle is to capture a listener’s attention and present an upbeat impression about a product or service. Jingles are meant to be as memorable as possible, serving as an ideal marketing tool.

Check out these examples of popular product commercial jingles to get an idea of what jingles sound like:

How do you write a radio jingle script? 

In order to write a catchy jingle, you have to find a clever way to incorporate your brand name, slogan, and value proposition into lyrics that can be crafted into a melody. Many jingle writers compose the music and write the lyrics at the same time. 

The difference between regular songwriters and jingle writers is that jingles are written specifically to advertise a product. 

Jingles should be brief and memorable. The most effective length for a jingle is believed to range from 15 and 25 seconds, but they can be anywhere between five to 60 seconds. 

Mongrel Eats Dog Treats

Client:

Mongrel Eats 

Voice Age:

Young Adult (18-35)

Gender:

Female or Male

Job description:

Mongrel Eats is a new brand of affordable dog food targeted at pet owners of all ages. We’re trying to build brand awareness with a fun jingle engineered to get stuck in our listeners’ heads.

Art Direction:

We’re looking for an experienced vocalist who can sing with a zany and theatrical quality. We’re hoping to strike a fine balance between sounding a little goofy, while also endearing customers to our product. This should be the kind of jingle that would cause both kids and adults to crack a smile when it plays on the radio. 

Category:

Radio

Industry:

Broadcasting

Style:

Enthusiastic, Quirky

Language:

English (North American)

Accent:

US General American (GenAm)

Word Count:

19

15-Second Radio Jingle Voice Over Script:

[A chorus of dogs barking and howling.] 

“She’s furry, she’s sweet, she wants something to eat.”

[Sound effect of kibble cascading onto the surface of a dog’s food bowl.] 

“So feed her a tasty treat…”

“Of delicious ‘Mongrel Eats!’”

[Sound effect of a dog licking its lips.]

Benny’s Adventure Park

Client:

Benny’s Adventure Park

Voice Age:

Middle Aged

Gender:

Female or Male

Job description:

Benny’s Adventure Park is a popular family-friendly amusement park located just outside of Boise, Idaho. 

Benny’s has been Boise’s place to play since 1964. 

We’re updating our popular and catchy radio jingle, ‘Boise loves Benny’s’ for our 55th anniversary. 

These ads will be appearing on a majority of the FM and AM radio stations in Boise.

We’re looking for a voice actor who can sing the iconic jingle and also voice the radio advertisements.  

Our two target audiences are male and females aged 30-50 and children aged 6-12.

Art Direction:

For this radio jingle advertisements, we need a classic radio quality voice with an exceptional musical background.

This voice needs to seamlessly flow from the jingle, to the ad and back to the jingle without skipping a beat and maintaining the attention of the listener. 

This voice needs to be able to pump kids up and get them excited to go to this amusement park, and also engage parents enough to consider Benny’s as a legitimate entertainment option.

Category:

Radio

Industry:

Broadcast

Style:

Over The Top, Lyrical

Language:

English (North American)

Accent:

US General American (GenAm)

Word Count:

92 words, 85 words, 48 words

30-second Radio Jingle Voice Over Sample Script:

[Wonky and goofy circus-like music playing in the background of the advertisement.]

“Boise, Boise, Boise loves Benny’s, Benny’s, Benny’s. 

“Boise, Boise, Boise loves Benny’s, Benny’s, Benny’s.”

“Benny’s Adventure Park opens up for the season next week, and you’re invited to come celebrate with us! All kids under the age of twelve get a free day pass when they come with a family of four or more.”

“And remember we’re just on the corner of West Holi-lynn Drive and Pleasant Valley Road!”

“Benny’s Adventure Park. Boise’s place to play since 1964.”

“Boise, Boise, Boise loves Benny’s, Benny’s, Benny’s.”

“Boise, Boise, Boise loves Benny’s, Benny’s, Benny’s.”

15-second Radio Jingle Voice Over Sample Script:

[Wonky and goofy circus-like music playing in the background of the advertisement.]

“Boise, Boise, Boise loves Benny’s, Benny’s, Benny’s.”

“Boise, Boise, Boise loves Benny’s, Benny’s, Benny’s.”

“Benny’s Adventure Park wants to celebrate their fifty-fifth anniversary with your family. Kids under twelve get in free with a family of four or more!”

“Benny’s Adventure Park. Boise’s place to play since 1964.”

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