Radio for the Michigan Office of Highway Safety Planning Job # 137856

Job Posting Details

Job # 137856 Radio for the Michigan Office of Highway Safety Planning

Posted Date
Mar 30, 2015 @ 14:27
Respond By
Mar 30, 2015
Word Count
English (North American)
Age Range
Middle Aged

Job Description

This is for a :60 radio spot that will air in Michigan on and off beginning in May. It is for Michigan's Office of Highway Safety Planning (the State Police) and is part of a seat belt awareness campaign. This audition is open to men of any ethnicity between the ages of 25-65. Non union.

There is 1 role labeled VO. You will receive a one-time payment of $300 for your recording and studio usage. Ideally you should have source connect or an ISDN line. *Please indicate in your reading if you do.

Please read 2 times:
First read - please read with some attitude / grit - in this spot, we will hear the annoying sound of a seat belt warning system - the VO must have some attitude to convey that he realizes how annoying the sound is. As the spot progresses we will mix in the sound of a seatbelt buckling up which sounds less annoying than the seatbelt warning system, so the VO read can still keep the attitude in his voice, yet 'brighten up' a little bit. Whatever you do, just don't sound negative. When in doubt, just think of Sam Elliott (but without the southern accent).

Second read - please read anyway you want.

Thanks and good luck.

Note from This job posting has been reviewed and approved by staff. recommends that you record a portion of the client’s script to audition for this project. Please title the audition file with your name to assist the client in selecting an appropriate candidate.

Note from Client has indicated need to provide live direction if possible. Please include information regarding options for live direction (phone patch, ISDN, SourceConnect, SKYPE, etc.) as part of your quote.

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