1940's Style Radio Announcer - The Idaho History Museum Job # 264725

Job Posting Details

Job # 264725 1940's Style Radio Announcer - The Idaho History Museum

Posted Date
Dec 13, 2017 @ 13:17
Respond By
Jan 12, 2018
Word Count
Charismatic, Old Time Radio
English (North American)
Voice Age
Middle Aged (35-54)

Job Description

We are searching for a talented individual who can transport us back to the 1940's. Your narration will accompany a multi-media animation that details the unique and true story of the Idaho Fish and Game Department's effort to relocate a pesky beaver population.


The exhibit will be on display at the Idaho History Museum when it opens in the spring. The narration should balance humor and sincerity, and propel the story forward by interacting with the visual elements of the story. We will provide the animation so that the voice over will match.

The Milton Berle Show is a good example of the kind of energy and tone we are looking for, both from Berle and his announcer Frank Gallop -

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