:30 Radio - 5k Foam Fest

Job #103328

Job Posting Details

Job # 103328 :30 Radio - 5k Foam Fest

Posted Date
Apr 7, 2014 @ 14:17
Respond By
Apr 9, 2014
Word Count
-
Style
Animated, Confident
Language
English (North American)
Gender
Both
Age Range
Young Adult
Category
Radio
Market
Local

Job Description

This is a :30 second spot running two weeks before a 5k Foam Fest fun run. The event is like a cross between the TV game show Wipe Out and a Dirty Dash fun run. The demographic is women, 18 - 35. The script is for a male and female (so record your lines accordingly). The female is bright, flirty, with a young college student vigor, but well spoken (not Valley Girl or cheerleader) and confident. The male is excited but cool, young (also college age), a little boastful with a touch of "frat boy," but not over-confident, annoying, or jock. It's OK to over-sell the lines - we want these voices to be bursting with enthusiasm, but genuine and collected.

The bed/background music will be a energetic, folky, clean and crisp instrumental with guitar, a banjo or mandolin, and whistling - a mix of fun beach music and indie folk rock.

On the line that says-
"Together: squirt gun alley"
We'll be mixing both the male and female lines together so it sounds like the line is being said together at the same time. It'd be nice to have a few different versions of that line from the male and female so that we'll have a better chance at seamlessly blending the two together, in sync. The line should be said very definitively, like an announcement or a pronouncement. And the female line leading up to it should be a little braggy, with emphasis on the word "we," as if she's privy to just how cool this thing is and that her audience just doesn't have a clue how cool it's going to be.
(The "Narrator" part will be done in-house since it's serving as the donut that will change depending on the race day and location.)
Thanks!

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