Do people hear your voice on their commute getting from place to place? If your pipes are featured in the transportation industry, we want to hear from you!


transportation voiceovers“Doors Open”, “Doors Closing”, “Ground floor, going up”, “Turn left at the next intersection”, “Don’t forget to buckle up”, “Estimated time of arrival is 4 p.m. Eastern Standard Time”…
Do those lines look familiar?

If you’ve been the voice heard in elevators, GPS systems, in-flight videos, on trains, and public-transit such as on buses or subways we want to hear your story. Guiding people through the wilderness of transportation is an extremely important job, and somebody’s (or literally thousands of somebodies) got to do it! Share you tales of transport talk with us at the VOX Daily blog by leaving a comment.
You might just make the news…
Cheers,
Stephanie

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Stephanie Ciccarelli is the Co-Founder and Chief Brand Officer of Voices.com. Classically trained in voice, piano, violin and musical theatre, as well as a respected mentor and industry speaker, Stephanie graduated with a Bachelor of Musical Arts from the Don Wright Faculty of Music at the University of Western Ontario. Possessing a great love for imparting knowledge and empowering others, her blog serves an audience that wants to achieve excellence in storytelling through the power of the human voice. Stephanie was recently listed on the PROFIT Magazine W100 list three times (2013, 2015 and 2016), a ranking of Canada's top female entrepreneurs, and is the author of Voice Acting for Dummies®.

4 COMMENTS

  1. Stephanie,
    For 10 years, starting in 1995, I was the voice of the “level off” announcements on US Airways.
    And my voice can still be heard doing the pre-flight safety announcements on some of the smaller Canadian Regional Jets in the US Airways Express fleet.
    I have to admit the first time I flew on US Airways after I started doing the announcements for them, it was a little freaky hearing my voice come out of the speakers on the plane.

  2. A few years ago I was the English voiceover on promotions for the French Xter train. The public didn’t hear my voice but buyers of trains all over the English speaking world would have heard me. The first time I went on one of the new trains it was very strange, almost exactly as my script described it! I still think of the Xter as ‘my train’.

  3. For the past 16 years I have been the voice of the Milwaukee auto dealers association, ADAMM on 19 radio stations and for documentaries and other promotional material.

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