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Robert Jacobs, Second-Generation Broadcaster

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

February 6, 2007

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Robert Jacobs, commercial, narrative and promo voice talent, shares his story with Voices.com.

Robert Jacobs VoiceRobert Jacobs, a second-generation broadcaster and voice talent, grew up in a radio and television environment.

Robert officially started his voiceover career while at WPLJ-FM in New York City, when he landed a short read on an episode of the David Letterman Show in which Letterman famously interviewed a slightly profane songstress named Madonna.

Robert Jacobs strives to provide high quality products, customer service and quick turnaround, saving his clients time and money. E-Learning and corporate training narrations are among Robert's specialties. Robert delivers his voiceover recordings via MP3, FTP and overnight CD delivery, and phone patch is available.

Robert recently welcomed some prestigious new clients, including Omax Vitamin Company and George Mason University Basketball.

Roger Wesley from Omax Vitamin Company stated that "working with Robert was a pleasure, as he is professional in communications, quality of voice files, and turnaround. I would easily give Robert the highest recommendation. Our entire team, which includes Yale Physicians, was thoroughly impressed."

Richard A. Pretl, Creative Director with The Leffler Agency adds, "We are always working on an extremely tight deadline, so when I am casting voice talent, prompt turnaround is just as important as a great voice. I have found that I can always rely on Robert Jacobs to not only nail the proper tone when recording a spot, but to deliver it on time. He is a true professional."

Robert Jacobs, who has a web presence at Voices.com in addition to his own professional website, is working on many exciting new projects with government contractors and a major software developer.

For a comical review of why companies should work with Robert Jacobs, listen to an MP3 demo outlining the Top Ten Reasons to Hire Robert, delivered in the style of David Letterman's Top Ten List.

Related Topics: New York, radio


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