Would You Like To Introduce The Thursday Night Podcast?
So, if you’ve had an opportunity to listen to our Thursday Night Podcast you know that we do things a bit differently. Well, in order to get our audience a bit more involved with the podcast we’ve come up with what we think is a pretty good idea to do just that!
What we’d like to do is this: send us an .mp3 intro of your voice introducing the show, we’ll mix it with some audio, and feature it as the intro for our Thursday Night AndroidGuys Podcast. Feel free to spice it up however you’d like but please keep it family friendly. I’m sure I’ll get multiple entries, so I’ll choose one that sounds good and mix it. I won’t announce who I’m using, so you’ll have to listen in to see if I used you that week.
The following info MUST be included in the intro for it to be considered:
- Your first and last name or handle/nickname if you’d like to remain anonymous.
- The city/state/country you are hailing from.
- “Android Guys Thursday Night Podcast hosted by Scotty Brown”
Again, feel free to use any type of inflection, voice, or accent that you’d like… as long as it is your voice and it includes the items above, you should be good. Obviously higher quality audio is required, and you’re much more likely to have your clip used if it’s entertaining. I’ve got a great sense of humor, and value individuality and creativity. Grab my attention, you’re likely to be used.
Send your submissions to [email protected] with the subject: Podcast Intro and I’ll confirm receipt of it.
If you have any questions, post them below and I’ll answer there.
Good luck, and I look forward to your creativity!
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