Text to Audio Summaries

Job #5977

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Job # 5977 Text to Audio Summaries

Posted Date
Jan 17, 2008 @ 23:56
Respond By
Jan 22, 2008
Word Count
English (North American)
Age Range

Job Description

We are looking for voices, male or female, to professionally read written text into an audio book format. Our company, Expert Summaries, currently offers notes from various seminars to customers in a PDF format. We would also like to offer them an MP3 file of the document as well.

Our candidate of choice will read and record these files and return them to us as an MP3 file. We have attached an example of the text and if you are interested we are happy to provide audio summary examples offered by other services. Summaries range from about 4-8 pages or 4,000-8,000 words.

Please let us know what price you think would be fair for performing services in an excellent manner. Turn around time must be no more than three days. Thank you.

Please find a portion of the script below for audition purposes. Full script available in attachment.

Cameron Johnson is not your average 20
year old. Quite honestly, he’s not even your
average 40 year either. He is a young
entrepreneur whom by the age of 19 had
started a dozen profitable businesses
gaining him millionaire status. He
personifies genuine humility with his downto-
earth nature.
Cameron stood poised and confident on
stage but the prevailing thought that was
going through most people’s minds was,
“what can we learn from a 20 year old?” The
Answer: An awful lot! Cameron’s business
successes have been featured in Time,
BusinessWeek, USA Today and Newsweek.
Cameron Johnson is rapidly becoming a
household name and as he does, more
people are realizing just how much Cameron
can teach them about creating successful

Cameron shares about his early years
growing up, building companies and some of
the essential secrets of successful

Who Knew You Could Learn
So Much From Fruit

At the early age of five years old, Cameron
started his first business selling tomatoes
door-to-door for a hefty price of $1 each.
He received just as many No-es as he did
Yes-es but unlike most people, he took the
rejection as a challenge. When he received
a ‘No”, he asked why and many times got to
a ‘yes’. He learned early on to “believe in
yourself, trust your instincts and very
importantly, learn to sell yourself”.

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