Carly Kincaid: Radio Junkie – The Sound Off Podcast

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Carly Kincaid may use the term “Radio Junkie” to describe herself, but she’s also a voiceover pro you hear on corporate narrations and when you are put on hold. Her radio career kicked of in the late 90’s and since then she has rarely veered away from a microphone.

In this episode, you will hear about Carly’s passion for radio and voiceover work, revealing it’s “in her blood.” She talks about how her favourite radio host growing up was Rick Sadler, and they saw him in a restaurant without realizing it was him until after the fact, and despite her parents’ disapproval, and she eventually went back to school to pursue a degree in broadcasting. You’ll also hear about working with Steve Jones, what life was like with the radio station positioned inside the world’s second largest shopping mall, and how she built her own recording studio from scratch.

We might have touched on AI as well and what it means for radio and voiceover talent.

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A Transcription of this episode can be found here.

A video version of the show can be found here.

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Matt Cundill

Matt Cundill works with radio groups on digital strategies and talent coaching. He recently started the Sound Off Podcast: The Podcast about Broadcast”

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