New Voice Tracking Service Makes it Affordable for Radio to Program Their Stations with Top Market Talent

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Skid Trax (http://www.skidtrax.net), a Los Angeles based voice tracking service is now providing top market talent to radio stations of all major formats nationwide, offering high caliber personalities at an affordable rate. The service allows radio stations to maintain their on-air quality without exceeding current budget constraints.

There are so many radio stations that would love to have great talent working for them but simply cannot afford those paychecks. We take care of that for you and offer some of the best talent at great rates. Simple as that.

Skid Trax (http://www.skidtrax.net), a Los Angeles based voice tracking service is now providing top market talent to radio stations of all major formats nationwide, offering high caliber personalities at an affordable rate. The service allows radio stations to maintain their on-air quality without exceeding current budget constraints.

Skid Trax co-founder Tonya Campos says, "There are so many radio stations that would love to have great talent working for them but simply cannot afford those paychecks. We take care of that for you and offer some of the best talent at great rates. Simple as that."

Radio stations choose from the network of top market talent found at http://www.skidtrax.net. Skid Trax works closely with each station to prep, localize, and customize their daypart shift to fit the market and station sound. Each shift is easily distributed to stations on a daily basis.

"Today's online world allows us to distribute audio quickly and enables talent to work from anywhere in the world. This is a perfect match for talent and radio," says Skid Trax co-founder and operations manager Michael Raffety.

If you'd like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with co-founder Tonya Campos, please call Michael Raffety at (877) 549-8658.

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