Convention Promo

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Convention Promo  
We are looking for a 60 second script read for a promotional video. The voice we are looking for is a snarky, gravely, professor-like voice. The dialog is to be delivered somewhat dryly, though the content is rather sarcastic. Need it ASAP!
2013-03-04 16:00:08 GMT
2013-03-08 08:59:10 (GMT -05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada) 
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Project Parameters

The Voice Actor should be located in:
Fixed - USD 175
60 secs
English - USA and Canada
Middle Age Male OR Senior Male
• Audio files must be delivered via email
• Deliver edited and finished voice tracks
The Voice Actor should have at least 4 years of experience in the voice industry.
The voice seeker is willing to hire either union or non-union talents for this project

Script Details

***custom demo required*** 
Open on Brian standing in the middle of the office. The footage is sped up really fast and people are all zooming around him working, typing on iPads, getting him to sign things, showing him funny videos. The entire time he remains totally motionless starting into camera. Sometimes he moves his hands to tap on a tablet or sign something or point at one of two versions of an ad but he remains motionless.

VO: This is Brian and he would like to speak at Digital Dealer fourteen in Orlando.


VO: As a founder of the social engagement agency, Friendemic, Brian knows how to build a thriving social community around your business. He has no girlfriend, no life, no friends (unless you count Star Wars figurines.)

Cut to Brian in his bedroom surrounded by star wars figurines and star wars posters.


Cut back to Brian in the middle of the office. Vector icons and tweets with people's faces appear out in the air around him. He starts throwing them around. There's no real method to his madness. That's the joke. He's just waving them around and swiping them away. There's random funny stuff in there too that doesn't make any sense. Honey Boo Boo, and other stuff. It speeds up faster and faster. He never looks at any of it, only at the camera with a serious look on his face.

VO: But don’t be deceived. Brian isn’t just some nerd who sweats too much. On the internet, Brian is a god. He deftly weaves through Twitter, scoring leads. Every day there are hundreds if not thousands of conversations happening in your area. Around your dealership.

VO: He knows how to approach those leads (non creepily of course) and effectively drive them to your website, service drive or showroom floor.

Cut to Brian dancing in an empty room under a large disco ball. The lights are off.

VO: And while he knows virtually nothing about attracting a mate, Brian knows exactly how to custom tailor a viral campaign to boost traditional ad campaigns.

Brian continues dancing but now Youtube clips, photo memes, and other content appear around him. He incorporates them into his dance moves, blowing some up bigger, karate chopping some to split into hundreds of smaller versions of themselves, and sticking some together. He always tosses them away after he changes them. Some he swipes behind his back, others he shoots like a basketball. Maybe he sticks one in his pocket.

VO: At digital dealer, he’ll show you how to create shareable content and promote online contests that will engage many new and existing customers.

The music stops. Cut to Brian's upper lip with a fine film of sweat on it that is beading at the edges. He is still again. Nothing is moving. We hold on this shot for the entire sentence. At the end, his lip curls up into a smile.

VO: The part that makes Brian’s upper lip really sweat though is telling you how to effectively run Facebook ads without overspending.

Cut to Brian standing in front of an old school blackboard in a retro looking elementary school. He is standing with a yard stick pointing at the chalkboard which reads, "FACEBOOK ADVERTISING – Super Super Easy".

VO: Facebook Advertising is super super easy to understand.

We do a match cut. The chalkboard is now covered with complicated economic formulas and facebook terms.

VO: No wait, what’s the opposite of that? Super super confusing. Yeah, that’s it. And Brian here will show you how to underspend and get ads that over-deliver.

Cut to Art Card. 
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