Who Will Be In The Top 50 List of Radio’s Biggest Imaging Voices 2017? @BenztownRadio


Reigning Benztown 50 Voice Talent – Jeff Berlin

Benztown, a global leader in radio imaging, voiceover, programming and jingles, announces that it will release the fourth annual Benztown 50 List of Radio’s Biggest Imaging Voices, the radio industry’s exclusive listing of the top 50 voiceover artists in the U.S. and Canada.

The Benztown 50 list will be based on several criteria, including number of radio station affiliates, station size and market.

Benztown has partnered with P1 Media Group to compile and analyze industry data that will be the foundation for this distinction.

The list is currently in development and will be released to the industry in early February 2018.

Voice talent can apply for the Benztown 50 from now through December 1, 2017 at: www.benztown.com/50.

Dave “Chachi” Denes, Benztown President, said: “To stand out in a media environment where there are more consumer choices than ever before, captivating, great sounding audio content is the single biggest driver of success.

Expert voiceover creates excitement and interest while defining brands in an instant.

As a company defined by the highest quality audio content and branding, we are proud to provide the quintessential platform for the industry’s biggest voices with the Benztown 50, giving these outstanding professionals and artists the credit they deserve. We look forward to sharing the results.”

Ken Benson, Partner, P1 Media Group said: “P1 is proud to continue our partnership with Benztown to honor the amazing imaging voices heard on radio throughout the U.S. and Canada.

These voices fill the airwaves 24/7/365 and play a vital role delivering a unique audio signature.

We look forward to sharing the names of these all too familiar voices and providing them the recognition they truly deserve.”

Check out the existing results of Benztown 50

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