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Radio voice over announcer R Alan Campbell



Experience, training...
Announcing, narrations and voice overs for many national agencies and businesses including NASA, University of Hawaii, University of Arizona, and the US Air Force. Station breaks, promos and staff announcements for WBAL-Baltimore, WTTG-5 Washington DC, WLCY stations Tampa, WFLA Tampa, WDEL Wilmington, WFLN, WDVR, WTEL Philadelphia and smaller market radio liners. 
Former director of The Institute of Broadcast Arts Philadelphia. Trained as intern by NBC owned station talent. Enrolled in Communications and Theater departments in two Universities. 
SONY VAIO computer, Tascam pro digital recorder mp3, Mackie Mixer, HEIL and Beyer dynamic and Schoeps Collet microphones, several brands of headsets. Sound proof studio. Bose speaker systems. Edit mp3 files with 'audacity'. Uploads via Dropbox or zip files by email. 
Voice heard on several United States Air Force programs... on biography of astronaut Ellison Onizuka at Maui, Hawaii museum...with singer Linda Ronstadt, on PBS documentary. Voice substituted for actor James Coburn on several announcements he recorded but were not used. National magazine network infomercial. Regional automotive and gasoline commercials. 

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