Radio voice-track listings website launched

A new service has launched today aimed at helping radio stations find presenters who are available to provide voice-tracked programmes.

Founded by UK presenters Paul Hayes and Michael Blades who both regularly host voice track shows, voicetrackerhub.com gives presenters with home studios or access to another studio a place to be listed, for a fee.

Michael told RadioToday: “Voice tracking is becoming an ever more integral part of the make-up of stations and yet there is no easy solution for programmers to find remote talent. Station bosses can now can find experienced presenters who are available, have studio access and are ready to go! Voicetracker Hub aims to make getting a presenter on your station quick, easy and painless.”

Paul added: “The radio industry has changed so dramatically over the last decade and there has never been a better time embrace the freedom and flexibility that voice tracking brings. As a presenter, there is huge potential to either top up your income or even rely exclusively on voice track work. This website takes away all the pain of trying to promote yourself and be seen by the relevant people.”

See more details at voicetrackerhub.com.

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1 Comment

  1. john o brien says

    radio has changed alright but not for the good of radio or indeed the listeners. its dumbing down .voicetracked radio is not good. there is nothing like LIVE radio giving time checks, comments on stories of the day etc.

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