Defined by the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, a voice is “sound produced by vertebrates by means of lungs, larynx, or syrinx, especially sound so produced by human beings.” In the radio industry, the voice is a host’s most important instrument.
This week on The Voice Box we go behind-the-scenes and chat with some of the voices of the station. Do the hosts change their voices when they open the mic? What is the secret behind a great radio voice? From Bill Reker and Carol Daniel to Debbie Monterrey and Doug McElvein, watch the video below for an inside look.
Come back each week for a new behind-the-scenes look at KMOX on The Voice Box.