Radio

Not only is radio is alive and well, advertisers are always on the hunt for the perfect, signature voice for their radio ad campaigns. Whether you have the voice of an announcer, or can provide an approachable, conversational read, there is demand for your voice in the diverse world of radio voice over jobs. Signing up for your Voices.com account is easy. You could be auditioning for radio voice over jobs in just minutes!

How to get Radio jobs on Voices.com

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Frequently Asked Questions

Your commercial demo should contain a variety of styles of delivery, such as conversational (chatting with a friend), hard sell (car commercials), and soft sell (e-commerce). 

Radio advertisements are typically 30 to 60 seconds long. This length is enough time for brands to tell a story, create a connection with their listeners, and to include a call to action. 

The fee for radio advertising jobs depends on usage, the market it will air in, and the duration the advertisement will air for. A local radio advertisement job could pay $250 to 499 if it only airs for 13 weeks, while a national radio spot that runs for a year can range anywhere from $1,000 to $1,249.