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Voice Handbook

Book Cover for Broadcast Voice HandbookBroadcast Voice Handbook:  How To Polish Your On-Air Delivery

Fifth Edition e-book of This Popular Text, Published 2010, 390 pages

Helpful for Voice Artists, Broadcasters and Podcasters!

YOUR BOOK ROCKS MY WORLD! I’ve been in voiceover for 20 years and back when I was in training, they never taught some of the things you point out here – THANK YOU.” Brian Haymond, TheVoiceofBrian.com
“The combination of physiology, exercises and techniques make the handbook a ‘must’ for anyone who uses his/her voice in a professional setting.” Peter Casella, Assistant Professor of Communication, University of North Florida

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This classic text by Dr. Utterback is the one broadcasters have been turning to for over twenty years to develop their voices.

You will Learn:

New chapter focusing on voice for the Internet

Techniques for improving your voice

Vocal exercises for every aspect of delivery

Guidelines for keeping your voice healthy

Methods for sounding conversational

Tips on how to improve your interviewing skills

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Here’s what professionals are saying about this book:

“… if one is to become a broadcaster, the basic requirements
also demand the ability to speak effectively.
Ann Utterback in splendid style here shows the way.”


“Invaluable to anyone in this business.”

–Page Hopkins, FOX News Channel

“For novice and seasoned professional, Dr. Utterback offers prescriptions for conversational delivery. Her book is an invaluable tool for making stories come alive. My students leave the classroom knowing what it took years for me to learn on the job.”

–Jill Olmsted, Journalism Division Head, The American University, Washington, D.C.

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  • Ann S. Utterback, Ph.D. April 8, 2010, 10:04 am

    Thanks for your comment. I tend to write about what I know which is voice. I’ve been working in this field almost 40 years, and it is my passion. I never have trouble coming up with things to write about!