JetBlue - Emergency Equipment (Narration) Job # 1295

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Job # 1295 JetBlue - Emergency Equipment (Narration)

Posted Date
Jul 5, 2006 @ 13:22
Respond By
Jul 7, 2006
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Job Description

Chicago-based high volume - e-learning company seeking male 20s-50s friendly narrator for online course for JetBlue Airways. Below are 2 sample clips. Total is 48 clips. Narrator will need to edit and name all files according to tech specs below. Great opportunity to form partnership with our company, as we're always short male narrators.

JetBlue has a particular audience, so they want who is someone sunny, professional, and high energy (without being irreverant.) American accent.


Welcome to the JetBlue Emergency Equipment online training course!

By the end of this course, you’ll be able to:

• State the Emergency Equipment Policy and Usage procedures
• Identify the key elements of Emergency Equipment on e190 and a320, such as location and operation
• Demonstrate a practical knowledge of Emergency Equipment in realistic simulated scenarios


First, take a quick look at how to fly this bird.

A Progress Bar located below the main screen allows you to measure your progress through each module of the course. This will help you budget your time if necessary.

At any time in the course, you can click the Back button to return to the previous screen.

Once you have completed the screen you are on, the Continue button will appear, allowing you to advance to the next screen.

If you have technical questions about using or accessing the course, click on the Help button, located in the upper left-hand portion of your course window.
This button is available from every screen within the course.

You can click the Audio Script button at any point to see a text script of what the narrator is saying. This is especially useful if you do not have sound or you wish to take the course with the sound off.

Full script available on hiring.

Here are the technical specifications:

• The naming of files is critical.

• If the script has named a clip as Aa010, the file must be returned as Aa010.wav.

• Case is important. If the clip is named Aa010 and the returned file saved as aa010.wav, it will not work in the course.

• Spacing is important. If a clip is named Aa010-01, please do not name as Aa010 – 01.wav.

• 44 khz

• Audio sample size 16 bit

• Stereo

• CD quality

• WAV format

• Editing must be tight – no leader. Clip should start at the first word and end after the last. Projects that require anything other than this will be flagged in the job posting.

• Slating can be done for raw reference, but all slating “Aa010…In this course, you will learn to…” should be trimmed to omit the slate, “In this course, you will learn to…”

• Example files are available from NL for level checks, if needed.

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