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Sports Talk Radio TV Promo [Voice Over Script]

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The Peach 1020

Voice Age:

Middle Aged



Job description:

The Peach 1020 (KDKC) is Atlanta’s #1 sports talk radio station. The Peach 1020 has been ATL’s go-to destination for all breaking news and opinions on baseball, football, soccer, basketball, racing and college sports. 

Our flagship show, ‘The Bubba Hurley Show’ has been the city’s most popular primetime sports talk radio show since 1985. Bubba’s big personality and extensive network of well-known celebrities and athletes always leave listeners wanting to tune in for the latest surprise hot-take.

This year is Bubba’s 30th year hosting ‘The Bubba Hurley Show,’ so we’ll be rolling out short TV promos to strengthen listener loyalty and also target younger male sports fans who don’t typically listen to the show.

We will be producing multiple 15-second show promos that will run on TV stations across the entire state of Georgia, and parts of Alabama and Tennessee.

Our main listening demographic is males aged 40-60. We’re trying to target males aged 18-30 with these TV promos.

Art Direction:

For these promo commercials, we need an iconic deep-south voice that can add subtle southern sarcasm to their read.

The voice needs to have a commanding and powerful tone but not too old, as we need this voice to resonate with millennial sports fans and ultimately catch their attention and make them laugh.

This voice actors needs to be aware of different sports buzz-words and slang that is being used by younger sports fans, and pronounce them correctly.






Velvety, Humorous


English (North American)


US South (Deep South Dixie Delta)

Word Count:

45 words, 47 words, 51 words

15-second Sports Talk Radio TV Promo Voice Over Script Sample:

[Shot of Bubba inside a stadium in a sea of red and black jerseys, flags, streamers and scarves. He’s linked arm and arm with a bunch of young, rowdy soccer fans.]

“Bubba’s lighting off flares with the lads, standing right in the mix of the supporter’s section at the United game. He’s flexin’ hard for ATL. Even Bubba thinks it’s lit.”

[Shot of Bubba hunched over taking heavy breaths, he slowly gives a thumbs up towards the camera.]

“The Bubba Hurley Show. ATL’s #1 sports talk radio show. Only on The Peach 1020.”

15-second Sports Talk Radio TV Promo Voice Over Script Sample:

[Shot of Bubba playing pick up basketball in a tank top, with a fake tattoo sleeve. A bunch of younger kids are scrunched right up against the court cage looking in on the game with intent.]

“You better believe Bubba can still ball. The man can drive to the rim, take it to the rack and knock down a deep trey. Look at the flick of the wrist.”

[Shot of Bubba hitting a 3-pointer and the onlookers going absolutely wild, while the other players on the court are shaking their heads in astonishment and disbelief.]

“The Bubba Hurley Show. ATL’s #1 sports talk radio show. Only on The Peach 1020.”

15-second Sports Talk Radio TV Promo Voice Over Script Sample:

[Shot of Bubba leading the student march to Varsity Stadium, he’s leading cheers and getting high fives from other students in jerseys and letterman jackets.]

“It’s been 35 years since Bubba graduated from Tech. But you’d think he never left. Free burritos anytime he wants. And, he’s still got a room in res. Bubba’s still the big man on campus.”

[Shot of Bubba from behind, sitting on a bench outside a food truck eating an oversized burrito, wearing a letterman jacket with ‘Bubba’ in bold letters on the back.]

“The Bubba Hurley Show. ATL’s #1 sports talk radio show. Only on The Peach 1020.”

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  • Pauline Daniels
    January 17, 2020, 6:32 pm

    Looking for work

  • Travis
    May 9, 2020, 12:52 pm

    I have passion for this

  • muhammedshinas
    June 7, 2020, 11:05 am

    i have a better voice.
    iam looking for a work.
    iam a beginner.
    can someone guid me.

    • Oliver Skinner
      June 8, 2020, 3:42 pm

      Hi there,

      The best way to begin is by signing up for a Voices talent account. From there, you’ll have the opportunity to fill out your profile, get access to our vast job board of voice over casting calls, and post your demo.

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  • marianne svab
    January 13, 2021, 12:34 am

    I have always been told i have a very distinctive voice, have always wanted to do voice overs.
    What is best way to get started.