Voicetracker Hub is launching in Australia

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After successfully launching in the UK and US in 2017, Voicetracker Hub is set to take off in Australia this year.

The website, founded by presenters Paul Hayes and Michael Blades, is dedicated to showcasing announcers who are available for remote work to radio stations worldwide.

Presenters that sign up for the $25 per month membership will have their voice tracking marketed around the world, with he site already helping to secure full-time jobs for many of its members.

Voicetracker Hub is powered by Zetta2GO from RCS, a market-leading playout software for voice-tracking.

“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,” said Blades.

“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 great announcer on your station quick, easy and painless.”

“The radio industry has changed so dramatically over the last decade and therehas never been a better time embrace the freedom and flexibility that voice tracking brings,” added Hayes.

“For on-air talent, 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.”

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Gary Cupboard Tracker
12 Jan 2018 - 10:26 am

So wait, I pay you and you undercut jocks… and pay me a garbage hourly rate? AND take it back to the UK with you ? how can this loose? i will know this was paid for if the comment doesn’t get through!


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