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Job # 39548 News Reporter Voice Overs

Posted Date
Jul 24, 2011 @ 04:17
Respond By
Jul 25, 2011
Word Count
English (North American)
Age Range
Middle Aged

Job Description

I am looking for five separate voices to do short (1-2 minutes) reads of various fake news stories. This is to be used for an internal corporate strategy session where we are trying to get our people to think outside of the box. This will play on a Mac and will be embedded in a video, so an audio file format that works on a Mac would be great.

News Reporter 1 voice-over:
Colorado-based Molycorp, Inc. today announced plans to build in Colorado what will be the world’s leading research and development facility devoted to rare earth technologies and materials manufacture.
The center will focus on developing breakthrough technologies for the ultra clean manufacture of rare earth metals and alloys, as well as exploring new uses for these remarkable “green elements.
The center is the brainchild of Molycorp Chief Technology Officer Dr. John Burba.  Groundbreaking is expected tooccur in the next two months…

News Reporter 2 voice-over:
U.S. based Molycorp, Inc. today announced a deal with Honda Motors to jointly manufacture what is being described as the world’s most advanced and energy efficient electric motors for a new generation of electric cars, buses, and trains.
The $2.2 billion stock swap deal envisions the construction of what company executives describe as a highly advanced robotic facility that will assemble electric motors based upon Molycorp’s proprietary new permanent magnets. 
This technology, developed by Molycorp scientists, is being hailed as a key driver in efforts to accelerate the move toward electric transportation.

News Reporter 3 voice-over:
Technology metal powerhouse Molycorp today announced a joint venture with Siemens to manufacture the world’s most advanced wind energy turbines, which reportedly will be capable of producing up to 30 megawatts of power per turbine.
Sources say that the revolutionary design of these new wind turbines –more powerful and less expensive to deploy than current models – is made possible by breakthrough “green metal” alloys and rare earth permanent magnets developed by Molycorp scientists.
News of the revolutionary turbines -- expected to roll off production lines in less than two years -- is already leading industry analysts to predict a global resurgence in the growth of wind energy, particularly in off-shore areas.

News Reporter 4 voice-over:
U.S.-based Molycorp today announced the acquisition of two additional mines that produce what are known as ‘green elements’ – metals that are vital to wide variety of high-tech, clean energy, and military technologies.
In less than a decade, Molycorp has expanded from a rare-earth-only producer to become one of the world’s leading producers of metals such as cadmium, lithium, selenium, indium, palladium, niobium, and tantalum.
While relatively unknown to most consumers, these elements have emerged as some of the most vital ingredients in today’s high-tech economy.

News Reporter 5 voice-over:
At one time consumers looked for the ‘Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval” when buying products that assured them of quality and integrity.
The new label in hot demand today? ‘Elementary Green.’
The label is the brainchild of U.S.-based Molycorp, one of the world’s leading producers of so-called ‘green elements.’  The Elementary Green label is denotes that a product has been made using so-called "green elements," such as rare earths, that were produced under superior environmental, health and safety standards.
Consumer awareness has been growing in recent years of the negative impacts of the upstream production of the materials that make up today’s hottest consumer items.  Such awareness has rapidly propelled the “Elementally Green” label from the drawing board to store shelves around the globe.

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