Hire The Right Radio Commercial Voice Actor For Your Project

Bryan Olson

Fort Walton Beach, Florida

Stop Wildfires - PSA , Authoritative , Strong , Engaging

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Todd Barsness

Mazomanie, Wisconsin

Todd Barsness - Cocky Bossy Egotistical Sarcastic

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Spencer Cannon

Salt Lake City, Utah

Radio

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Juan Carlos Jaramillo R.

Bogotá, Colombia

Promocional para adolecentes

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Cara Craig Braswell

Orlando, Florida

Feminine Product Commercial Demo

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ROSS HUGUET

Vancouver, British Columbia

Light Rock Radio Imaging Demo

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Annie Einan

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Annie Einan - GENOMIND - Brand - Mom

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Ian Russell

GSP, South Carolina

A Tea Advert

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Lou Lambert

Sacramento & SF Bay Area, California

Sam Elliott Sound Alike ★★★★★

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David Kaplan ★★★★★

Huntington, New York

Imaging

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Alexander Anderson

Toronto, Ontario

Heavy Hitter Commercials

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Ean Leppin

Chillicothe, Missouri

John Krasinski Style Read Guy next door, every man, relaxed

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All About Radio Voice Actors

Are you searching for the perfect voice over for your radio commercial? We've got you covered. There's no better way to get into the ears of your audience and create brand recognition than through broadcasting's oldest medium, and our professional radio commercial voice actors are here to help.

Radio has come a long way since the early days of AM frequencies, and now encompasses newer technologies such as podcasting, online streaming services, satellite radio, and of course, traditional FM radio. Because of radio's ever evolving nature throughout the digital revolution, radio consumption and advertising are at an all time high and continue to see growth year after year. With this in mind, now is the ideal time to capitalize on this opportunity and create a radio commercial that will drive your audience to action or create brand awareness.

Radio commercial voice actors are the voices we hear during breaks in radio programming, promoting everything from local businesses and national chains, to nonprofits and government initiatives. These voice over professionals have the ultimate responsibility of keeping listeners from turning the dial, which they accomplish through their captivating and engaging reads.

When it comes to advertising, connecting with your target audience is key, no matter the medium. For radio commercials, which are a purely auditory experience, casting the right voice actor who resonates with your audience is crucial. Often the audience's first point of contact with a brand, radio commercial voice actors take on the role of company spokesperson and set the tone for what the audience can expect from your brand.

When casting a voice over professional for a radio commercial, many advertisers choose to hire a voice actor whose vocal style and vocal attributes closely resemble their target audience, including characteristics like voice age, gender, and accent. For instance, a radio advertisement for a national diaper brand might cast a relatable voice within the young adult age range (18 35 years old) to match their parenting demographic. Another radio commercial for a car brand may select a male voice with a confident tone in order to appeal to their primarily male audience. By appealing to your intended audience with the help of a professional radio commercial voice actor, you'll be on your way to creating a memorable radio ad that sticks.

Once you have narrowed the attributes of your target audience, you'll also want to consider the kind of 'sell' your radio commercial will use (or is using) — that could be soft, medium, or hard. Each type of sell, which is how the offer is positioned, is best suited to distinct voice over styles.

The soft sell is both suggestive and persuasive without being direct. This form of positioning appeals to the audience's intellect and emotions, often pulling at heartstrings, but can also be informative and entertaining. When it comes to hiring a voice actor for the soft sell approach, look for a friendly, subtle, and conversational tone.

The medium sell calls the audience to action, but not in a forceful way. Typically, these radio commercials are more upbeat and lively, and require a voice over professional who can match the tone. These ads are often family oriented and focus on discovery and excitement, selling the audience on the feeling the ad emits. The radio commercial voice actors best suited to this format are conversational, energetic, and humorous.

The hard sell is to the point. More assertive than the medium sell, this form of positioning is urgent and is often associated with limited time offers. Advertisers who use the hard sell look for radio commercial voice actors who are confident, booming, and hard hitting.

There's a reason why advertisers and brands worldwide choose Voices as their source for radio commercial voice actors. With access to a rich pool of talented voice over professionals from around the world, you're bound to find the right voice to suit your needs no matter the style. Take a listen to our voice actors' demos to find the right voice for your next ad.

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Frequently Asked Questions

A radio commercial is a block of time on the radio used by advertisers to convey a message and call to action.

The first step in writing a radio commercial script is to identify your target audience and their attributes. The next step is to identify your offer or goal. From there, you'll want to consider how you will position your offer, whether it's the hard (assertive), medium (the comfortable ask) or soft (suggestive) sell approach. With those considerations in place, it will be much easier to create your script. For examples of effective radio commercial scripts, check out our script library.

Advertisers typically limit the number of words in a 30 second script to 80 words or less. This way, the voice over is better paced and the message is easier for the audience to retain.