AOL 101 - Narrator

Job #6585

Job Posting Details

Job # 6585 AOL 101 - Narrator

Posted Date
Mar 11, 2008 @ 16:46
Respond By
Mar 14, 2008
Word Count
737
Budget
$100
Language
English (North American)
Gender
Both
Age Range
-
Category
Educational

Job Description

We are looking to hire voice talent for a narrator, male or female, late twenties to early sixties.

I have attached a rough draft of the script so you can provide a quote. Minor words might change prior to script signoff, but the clip count should remain the same. Your tone should be friendly and conversational, relating to the learner like you're one professional talking to another.

We are looking for very quick turnaround on this project and are hoping to have everything recorded by the end of this week or early next week.

Please see our other postings on this project as well. We have a lot of characters and would consider hiring the same actor for more than one role, provided the voices are different.

SCRIPT



AUDIO SCRIPT – NARRATOR:
Welcome! Your manager has asked you to show Jeff, a new hire on your team, around the office. Because Jeff is new, you’ll need to make sure he’s aware of the AOL story—from our innovative past to our transformative present, and what that means for our business model and future. That’s a lot for Jeff to take in, so you’ll be compiling the AOL story into a handout as part of his onboarding materials.
In order to prepare this handout, you and Jeff will talk with different AOL colleagues about the AOL story, and you will have access to other posters and office displays in the office.
You are free to wander the halls, but the course will not be finished until your handout is completed.

Let’s get started!

AUDIO SCRIPT – NARRATOR:
Congratulations on successfully navigating AOL 101: The AOL Story! Your onboarding handout is now compiled and you may print a copy by selecting the “printer” icon. You may leave the course by clicking “Exit.” If this isn’t your last stop on your AOL 101 journey, good luck and have fun as you complete it!

AUDIO SCRIPT – NARRATOR:
Welcome to AOL 101! In this course, you’ll be learning about the infrastructure of AOL’s success: our goals and values. Your task in this course is to put together a PowerPoint presentation on what you’re learning for your manager. The presentation must be comprehensive and valid for employees across the company.
Your AOL colleagues are important sources of information for the presentation, but pay attention to what’s around you as you make your way through the halls—there are lots of informative posters and other helpful displays all around the office.
You are free to navigate, but the course will not be finished until your presentation is completed.
Good luck, and more importantly, have fun!

AUDIO SCRIPT – NARRATOR:
Congratulations on successfully navigating AOL 101: AOL’s Goals and Values! Your presentation is now complete and you may print a copy by selecting the “printer” icon. Here’s to your own success as an employee fueling AOL’s success as a whole!

AUDIO SCRIPT – NARRATOR:
Welcome! Your manager has asked you to put together a poster for an internal marketing campaign on Platform-A, AOL’s advertising business. The poster will help your AOL colleagues better understand this business.
Your poster should explain what Platform-A is, describe its benefits, identify AOL’s customers, and recognize every employee’s relationship to it. As you build your poster, you will be able to see placeholders for these four sections. Once you have gathered all the necessary content for a section, it will appear on your poster as filled in. If sections of your poster are still “grayed out,” you’ll know you still have more content to search out!
In order to prepare this poster, you will talk with different AOL colleagues about Platform-A, and you will have access to other posters and office displays in the office.
You are free to wander the halls, but the course will not be finished until your poster is ready to be displayed.

Let’s get started!

AUDIO SCRIPT – NARRATOR:
Congratulations! You’ve successfully navigated AOL 101: Platform-A! Your poster for the internal marketing campaign your manager assigned to you is complete. You can click “Exit” to leave the course. If you have more exploring to do in AOL 101, you can continue to the next course. Good luck!

AUDIO SCRIPT – NARRATOR:
Welcome! Today you’re playing the part of intrepid reporter by gathering information for an internal newsletter on Publishing. You have a busy day—you’ll be sitting in on two meetings, one on Products and one on Programming. You’ll also be speaking with someone about Platforms and how they’re an important factor in Publishing.
Your AOL colleagues are important sources of information for the newsletter, but they will also expect that you as the reporter have already done some research and can answer their questions as well. And pay attention to what’s around you as you make your way through the halls to your meetings—there are lots of informative posters and other helpful displays all around the office.
You are free to navigate, but the course will not be finished until your newsletter is completed.

Let’s get started!

AUDIO SCRIPT – NARRATOR:
Congratulations on successfully navigating AOL 101: Publishing! Your newsletter is now compiled, and you may print a copy by selecting the “printer” icon. You may leave the course by clicking “Exit.” If this isn’t your last stop on your AOL 101 journey, good luck and have fun as you complete it!

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