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Entertainment Commercial Sample Scripts

Preparing for your next voice over gig in the entertainment industry? Try practicing with our sample voice over scripts for entertainment events and products below. The scripts’ parameters are reflective of the criteria that will be included in job postings found on Voices.

Note: These sample scripts have been crafted with a focus on the entertainment industry, and contain fictional companies and programs.

15 Second Entertainment Industry Voice Over Script Example: Extreme Summer Sports Network

Client:

Surf’s Up Documentary Produced by Extreme Summer Sports Network

Voice Age:

Young Adult

Gender:

Male or Female

Job description:

Extreme Summer Sports Network is a channel targeted towards sporty young adults. This ad is trying to make surfing enthusiasts aware of a new documentary featuring three unknown surfers.

Art Direction:

The listeners should feel inspired and enticed to tune into the documentary. Should be thrilling and upbeat. Read at a medium pace with a raspier tone of voice.
Voice Reference: Miley Cyrus

Category:

Radio

Industry:

Entertainment

Style:

Gritty, Humorous

Language:

English

Accent:

US West Coast (California, Portland)

Word Count:

49 words

Voice Over Practice Script

Surf’s Up! Watch our series chronicling the journey of three men searching for the biggest waves in the world. Through candid interviews with their families and friends, we get inside the heads of extreme surfers embarking on a rush of a lifetime, Surf’s Up! tonight on the Extreme Summer Sports Network.

15 Second Entertainment Industry Voice Over Script Example: Vintage Warriors Go South

Client:

Old but New TV channel – Vintage Warriors Go South

Voice Age:

Young Adult – Middle Aged Adult

Gender:

Male or Female

Job description:

Old but New TV is a channel relating to vintage finds and sourcing of old artifacts. Their show, Vintage Warriors Go South, targets anyone interested in both reality TV and vintage shopping/sourcing. The goal of this commercial, is to appeal to a wide range of audience types through the promo of this show.

Art Direction:

The listeners should be enraptured and want to tune-in to find out more about the mysterious object that is found in this episode. Read with a deep South accent and a southern twang.
Voice Reference: Reese Witherspoon in Walk the Line

Category:

Television

Industry:

Entertainment

Style:

Humorous, Excited

Language:

English

Accent:

US Cajun

Word Count:

49 words

Voice Over Practice Script

Riley and Ryan, the Vintage Warriors, search high and low for extremely rare finds. You won’t believe the million dollar object they found at a local store tucked away in a back alley. Find out on tonight’s episode of Vintage Warriors Go South, only on Old but New TV.

30 Second Entertainment Industry Voice Over Script Example: Jimmy Radio

Client:

Jimmy Radio

Voice Age:

Middle Aged

Gender:

Male or Female

Job description:

Jimmy Radio is a radio station targeting seniors and baby boomers. Promo is to make more seniors aware that they can listen to familiar songs on Jimmy Radio.

Art Direction:

The listeners should be feel nostalgic and comforted, almost as if they are talking to an old friend about the good old days.
Voice Reference: Jack Nicholson, Susan Sarandon

Category:

Radio

Industry:

Entertainment

Style:

Happy, Aged

Language:

English

Accent:

US General American

Word Count:

63 words

Voice Over Practice Script

You’re listening to Jimmy Radio, your golden oldies station – playing your favorite tunes from the fifties to the seventies.

Listen to all of your favorite oldies tunes and transport yourself back to a simpler time with Jimmy. We’ve got good music, good hosts and of course… good listeners.

So keep listening all day long and let the good times roll with Jimmy.

30 Second Entertainment Industry Voice Over Script Example: Pitched

Client:

Jaguar, Cable 47 – TV show Pitched

Voice Age:

Young Adult

Gender:

Male or Female

Job description:

Jaguar Cable is for young business-minded adults. This promo is highlighting a show that will appeal to entrepreneurs under forty years old.

Art Direction:

The main goal is to get viewers to tune-in and watch, by highlighting a celebrity who any business-minded individual will be familiar with. The voice should be a bit saucy. A demanding read with a promo-style voice.

Category:

Television

Industry:

Entertainment

Style:

Saucy, Bold

Language:

English

Accent:

US Mid-Atlantic

Word Count:

65 words

Voice Over Practice Script

Four business hopefuls are selected to pitch their business ideas to a panel of business executives. One of them will leave the boardroom with cash-in-hand to kick-start their business.

Entrepreneur Juniper Stiles sits on the panel as a celebrity judge this week and makes a splash in the boardroom that you won’t want to miss. All this and more on Jaguar, Cable 47.

60 Second Entertainment Industry Voice Over Script Example: Evening News

Client:

Local Evening News Channel

Voice Age:

Middle Aged Adult

Gender:

Male or Female

Job description:

Evening News station highlighting the big events of the day/week.

Art Direction:

Should be read in a commanding and authoritative tone in a serious voice.
Voice Reference: Morgan Freeman

Category:

Television

Industry:

Entertainment

Style:

Authoritative, Commanding

Language:

English

Accent:

US General American

Word Count:

99 words

Voice Over Practice Script

Tune into the evening news tonight for exclusive reports on the state of the nation, rising property taxes and a new benefit programs to assist senior citizens after retirement. Also, a look at the forecast for the week. Have your umbrellas ready, it’s going to be a wet one.

And teachers everywhere are trying to find news ways of engaging children in the classroom through the use of a digital dictionary. Find out why kids and teachers are going high tech and how their pocket computers may spell the end for conventional learning, tonight on the news at six.

60 Second Entertainment Industry Voice Over Script Example: Too Real TV

Client:

Too Real TV

Voice Age:

Young Adult

Gender:

Male or Female

Job description:

Too Real TV is a channel dedicated to showcasing all hit reality TV shows of the moment. This promo is to highlight the newest episode of All Eyes on Us.

Art Direction:

The listeners should be engaged and be persuaded to tune in to the episode. Script should be read with a promo voice in an exciting and engaging way.

Category:

Television

Industry:

Entertainment

Style:

Humorous, engaging

Language:

English

Accent:

US New York

Word Count:

90 words

Voice Over Practice Script

Tune into tonight’s elimination episode of All Eyes on Us and find out if David will be victorious in the final battle round, or if he will be packing up his bags and hitting the the road, only on Too Real TV.

Think you have what it takes to stand amongst the fierce competitors of All Eyes on Us? Now’s your chance to show us what you’ve got. We are casting for the third season and are now looking for your audition videos! Check us out online for more information.

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  • Avatar for Ella Samba
    Ella Samba
    June 26, 2020, 10:43 am

    This is truly beautiful, I love everything about your script. I also write scripts for voice over but not a professional yet . I will love to follow your handle on any social media outlet,to connect more with u. This truly helped me. I will do a sample and would really love that u listen to it. Love from Lagos Nigeria.

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    • Avatar for Sawan goswami
      Sawan goswami
      August 7, 2020, 12:42 pm

      I am intrested

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      • Avatar for Oliver Skinner
        Oliver Skinner
        August 11, 2020, 10:31 am

        Hey Sawan,

        When you sign up for a Voices talent account, you can begin auditioning for voice over jobs that are listed on our platform.

        Cheers,
        Oliver

  • Avatar for Maria Anthony
    Maria Anthony
    September 5, 2020, 6:56 am

    Thank you for the scripts. They are a big help. This truly has helped me.

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    • Avatar for Amina mohand amer
      Amina mohand amer
      October 1, 2021, 1:05 am

      How do I selects a script please ?

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      • Avatar for Niki Clark
        Niki Clark
        October 5, 2021, 8:47 am

        Hi Amina!

        You can select any of these scripts on this page to use for practice or to make a demo. There is no official process around how to select these or how to use them. Perhaps its more about finding a script that suits your voice and the characteristics of your voice that you want to feature in a demo. Below each creative brief, you’ll find the “Voice Over Sample Script” section that contains the script itself. Have fun with it and try on your best entertainment character voice!

        Best,

        Niki

  • Avatar for Yinet Montesino
    Yinet Montesino
    September 14, 2021, 9:13 pm

    thank you. appreciate this

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  • Avatar for Brian Preston Williamson
    Brian Preston Williamson
    November 14, 2021, 9:46 pm

    I’ve always been told I had a voice for radio. I suppose that’s better than being told you have a face for radio. I have a deep voice that resonates through the halls (or workplace I am told) and thought…this may be an opportunity for me!

    Not sure yet how this works but I am open to the possibilities if anyone has interest #MorganFreemonCousin

    I used to sing bass in a choir, and have done odd jobs including the national anthem for my retiring commanding officer in front of around 300 people and cameras.

    -Ya never know!

    V/R,

    B (aka Cajun)

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  • Avatar for Nick B
    Nick B
    January 17, 2022, 6:54 am

    How do I download these? I cannot see any links. Thanks.

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    • Avatar for Niki Clark
      Niki Clark
      January 18, 2022, 9:04 am

      Hey Nick, that is correct. There is no “download” feature to these scripts. Feel free to copy/paste them into your preferred Word program or text editor.

      Sorry for the inconvenience, and thanks for the feedback that a download option would be useful!

      Niki

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