Med-Legal Educational Podcasts

Job #26330

Job Posting Details

Job # 26330 Med-Legal Educational Podcasts

Posted Date
Oct 5, 2010 @ 11:37
Respond By
Oct 19, 2010
Word Count
0
Budget
$500 - $750
Language
English (British)
Gender
Female
Age Range
Young Adult
Category
Podcasting

Job Description

Hello, my name is Ashley Muncaster, representing Iodem Medical Services, a company that provides educational podcasts to the medical-legal sector. The following is a detailing of the work that would be required from the voice artist.

Initially, the work we are looking for would be:
- An introduction for each podcast, detailing the name of the lecturer in the podcast and the title of the podcast itself. This would be very much in the style of a continuity announcer on TV, and the introduction would last roughly 30 seconds in duration at a comfortable and steady pace (roughly 150-160 wpm).
- A closing announcement that will be used on all podcasts produced, detailing the company name, podcasts, website, etc, much like at the end of the BBC Radio podcasts. This will ideally last up to 30 seconds, again at a comfortable and steady pace.

We would like to do 30 podcast introductions in a block with the 30 second close, which would equate to somewhere in the region of 15-16 minutes of finalised recorded material, and would like a quote on how much this would cost, including such charges as the hire of your voice, and the buy-out of the recordings.

Since we will be producing a stream of podcasts, we would also be looking into having a repeat contract every 3 months or so, again producing approximately 30 podcast introductions at roughly 30 seconds each.

The target audience will be for junior doctors and medical-legal solicitors/legal executives/barristers in the age range 25-34. The introductions need to be clear, and have a certain gravitas about the delivery.

At current we are looking for a quote for a block of 30x30sec podcast introductions, inclusive of VO hire, buyout of material, and any post-production applied.


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