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How Your Complementary Vocal Assessment Works:

  1. READ the short script provided below; then tell a 1-2 minute story from the topic provided.
  2. CALL the toll-free number below when you’re ready to record
  3. SUBMIT your name and email address to receive results.

What To Expect After Sending Your Recording?

Upon receipt of your recording, your audio will be sent directly to our broadcasting voice analysts for assessment. The customized results, along with your original audio, will be returned to you via email within 2 business days.

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Press #1 to start.
Then scroll down to read the script.

Task #1: PLEASE STATE YOUR NAME THEN READ THE FOLLOWING SCRIPT:

During the question and answer portion of a recent radio conference, an aspiring broadcaster sheepishly stepped up to the microphone to ask the guest speaker the following question:

“Mr. Gilbert, what is the best piece of advice you can offer someone like myself who wants to be an on-air radio broadcaster?”

Without batting an eye, Gilbert responded “Find a mentor. This is a person who holds a job that you one day want to have. He can teach you the skills that you need to know, shorten your learning curve, introduce you to important industry contacts, and help you avoid the things that will prevent you from ever being hired.

Most importantly, a mentor will work with you one-on-one to identify your strengths and help you to overcome your weaknesses.

Since your mentor is already in the radio business, their contacts will indirectly become a part of your contacts. They can introduce you to people that you need to know and recommend you for jobs when they become available.

Finding a mentor is undoubtedly the quickest way to get your foot in the door of the radio or television broadcasting industry. Every successful person I have ever worked with, or hired, attributes much of their success to their mentor.”

After thanking the vice president of Cumulus broadcasting for his valuable insights, the aspiring radio broadcaster excitedly walked back to his seat, pondering how he too could find a mentor that will prepare him to achieve his dream of becoming a radio broadcaster.

End of task 1.

 

Please continue recording and go immediately to task #2

 

Task #2: SHARE a 1 to 2 MINUTE STORY.

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  1. I want to be in broadcasting because…
  2. What would your dream job be in broadcasting?
  3. The best broadcaster I ever heard was?
  4. What impressed you most about this broadcaster?

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End of task 2.

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Why This Complimentary Vocal Assessment Is Being Provided To You

BMG’s complimentary vocal assessment tool was developed specifically for those who aspire to transition into radio broadcasting at some point in their career. The purpose of offering you this complementary assessment is twofold:

  1. To provide you with audio to present to industry contacts you may already have. They can then assess and evaluate your readiness to become a radio broadcaster.
  2. To provide you with a baseline assessment of your current vocal and broadcasting skills from BMG’s broadcasting analysts.

The results derived from your vocal assessment are not intended to be comprehensive. Instead, they are solely meant to provide you with an unbiased baseline assessment of your vocal skills by identifying your current strengths and weaknesses as a communicator.

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