Corporate multimedia sales presentation

Job #18585

Job Posting Details

Job # 18585 Corporate multimedia sales presentation

Posted Date
Feb 2, 2010 @ 13:49
Respond By
Feb 5, 2010
Word Count
0
Budget
$250 - $500
Language
English (British)
Gender
Both
Age Range
Middle Aged
Category
Internet

Job Description

I need a voice over recorded for our corporate multimedia sales presentation.

I am looking to use the voiceover as the core of the presentation from which we will sync the content (video, animations, music etc) to. The person providing the voice over will need to be aware that we may need to edit the voice over and therefore to take this in mind if possible.

This is a generic sales presentation for the launch of our new managed service using our product. We produce a unique online trivia games platform, which we are about to offer to main stream corporate clients with their branding. The audience we are aiming at are mainly marketing/brand managers, media buyers.

I need someone with a professional, friendly, confident, up-beat, positive and encouraging voice to convey the unique and innovative nature of our online game product. I would like (but not essential) to play ‘Serious’ and ‘Trivia’ off against each other! Where possible a hint of fun/playfulness would be great in the sense that our product is a game and is fun to play, but its serious in the sense of winning/competing and has very wide appeal. We have two trademarked phrases ‘Trivia just got Serious’ and ‘Everyone knows something about something’!

Also there are a few phrases like ‘Play Again’ and ‘Pause’ that we would like reading so when someone rolls over a button with their mouse the phrase plays such as ‘Play Again’.

I am looking for a quick turn around by end of this week beginning of next.

The script attached is a draft and is going through one final revision. Currently the script is approximately 300+ words, which when spoken lasts about 2 minutes.

Once I find the right voice talent I would be looking to keep a consistency over time and therefore there is a high probability that I will use the same voice again.


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