Enterprise Slides VO

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Enterprise Slides VO 
The script below has 12 different v/o roles we are casting for. The rate is $375 per role. As you can see in the script below, each role is numbered. In your audition, please provide inflection based on the role (as in if the character is listed as an anchor, try to sound like a news person). Note that role #11 is broken up into two parts. You may read for various parts, based on gender.
2014-02-19 21:05:02 GMT
2014-02-20 12:00:00 (GMT -05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada) 
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The Voice Actor should be located in:
Fixed - USD 375
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30 Seconds
English - USA and Canada
One of the roles I am casting for is a female from Mississippi. There are many others, this is the o
Young Adult Female OR Young Adult Male OR Middle Age Female OR Middle Age Male
• Audio files must be delivered via email OR
• Audio files must be delivered via FTP/Dropbox/Google Drive/cloud
• Deliver edited and finished voice tracks AND
• Provide voice direction
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This is a non-union project

Script Details

custom demo required 
Female Anchor: In other business news, Humana earnings are out - this company is creating what I’d call healthy results for its shareholders and customers - on many dimensions. Their stock has been on a tear for quite a long haul – we spoke to their CEO about how they are driving financial results, customer loyalty and health outcomes for their customers and their employees – results that are changing the nature of the industry and our country.

Female Reporter: That’s right Scott – I spoke to their CEO, Bruce Broussard - and he explained how they’ve been doing something different –tracking the number of healthy days their customers experience - and they can show that they’ve made some significant improvements over time - 20% in fact. This has really paid off for them and for their customers as we look at the stock performance and the health outcomes they announced this morning to the analysts. [fade out]

Female Mississippian: “Everybody here in Hattiesburg has been talking about it …I take Mama and my aunts to Dollar get a free check of their blood pressure and some other health tests maybe once a week or whenever they aren’t feeling good –[ fade out, fade in ]– oh yes that’s right – Linda from my church is a Humana community health worker and does the tests at the dollar store – but she goes around at the church too. Yes – and last week they finally started selling fresh vegetables and had these healthy cookin’ classes – the collard greens without bacon were so yummy Mama’s cookin’ them again tonight…!

Male or Female Anchor: “Green Bay employees at Humana hit a major milestone in 2017 – employees are celebrating that they are 20% healthier than when they kicked off their campaign four years ago. They recognized that if they wanted to make their customers healthier, it had to start at home –here at the Green Bay offices of Humana.”

Male or Female Reporter:
Humana worked to make health – which is hard by nature – easier to achieve. Green Bay employees have been the first to try new technologies and wellness programs that integrate more seamlessly into their daily routines. Here’s one of the employees who has embraced these new programs and lost 40 pounds in four years:

Male or Female Humana employee:
“We have busy, stressful lives – just like our customers – so we are extremely motivated to find easier ways to make health simple to understand, easy to access, and convenient for everyone.”

Podcaster: “This is Wired Podcast, April 22, 2018 – we’re back talking with Humana’s Chief Information and Chief Consumer Officers who have been incredibly persuasive, getting over half a million Humana customers to use their smart phones to track daily behavior and health activities. Those customers that allowed their doctors to access their daily health data were given a variety of discounts on primary and specialist care as well as prescription drugs. Brian and Jody, so I wanted to ask – what was the motivation behind this compelling offer?...[fade out]”

Anchor (male): “thousands of residents in San Antonio are now finding it easier to get to their doctor, the drug store, and places to buy healthy food. Stephen Doyle will tell us how one company - Humana - is putting their money and good will behind a community car service – a model first made popular by companies like Lyft, - and how they are revolutionizing easier ways for people to get their health care. Stephen Doyle has more…”

Stephen (Male): “Meet Tamara. Tamara lives in the outskirts of San Antonio and she’s found an easy way to make some extra money by driving her clients to and from their doctor appointments. And she’s made a lot of friends – especially the older people in her community… Humana, a health company, covers her extra liability insurance and did a lot of the marketing of the service, called Care Cabs, and its mobile app that helps keep her routes and customers all organized.”

Tamara (Female): “I just love it – I feel like I’m doing something for people who are lonely, or unable to take care of themselves. It is really convenient for me and I’ve made money and new friends doing it.”

Anchor (Male or Female): James Murray has won San Antonio’s 2020 Mayoral election. His health platform has given him a landslide. Murray’s first act in office was to rename San Antonio to Human-antonio. The citizens, who have been taken by Humana’s whirlwind push for a healthier community, support this historic move wholeheartedly. We spoke with San Antonio citizen Jackson Gonzalez, who is out celebrating on the city’s River Walk tonight:

Jackson (Male): “I think Jim will be a great mayor – I love his focus on health, as well as his cool glasses.”

Anchor: When deputy mayor Patty Dale Tye was reached for comment, she agreed whole heartedly stating that Jim is both a health and fashion icon. 
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