Nominations out for the VOX Awards 2016
Nominations out for the VOX Awards 2016
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Nominations out for the VOX Awards 2016

The year’s shortlist for the VOX Awards have been announced, with the ceremony taking place on June 25th in Manchester.

Here’s the list in full:

Best Female Voiceover Performance

Emma Clarke. Trust Ford. Produced by The Sound House (NI)

Dawn Rainey.  National Trust Festival of Light. Produced by The Sound House (NI)

Joanne Lamb. Google Nest. Pro Protect. Produced by Google.

Lois Lane.  Seymour Duggan Carpets. Produced by The Sound House (NI)

 

Best Male Voiceover Performance

Neil Didsbury. The Score.

Philip Banks. ‘Inside the Court of King Henry VIII’. Produced by PBS.

Colin Day. One Plus ‘Never Settle’.

Kevan Brighting. Camping World. Produced by Eagle Creative, UKRD.

 

Best Use of Humour

Beerhouse ‘Band’. Produced by Engine 7. Voiced by Lee Pedge & Taff Girdlestone.

‘Football Commentary’ produced by SHFLtv, Voiced Neil Didsbury.

Skoda Dealership. Produced by Sounds Sorted. Voiced by Randall Lee Rose & Emma Clarke

Seymour Dugan. Produced by the Sound House NI. Voiced by Lois Lane & Nick Jackson.

 

Best Character Performance

Ian Swann – The White Hart / Fat Badger ‘Christmas’. Produced by UKRD.

Anthony Kieron – UsedcarsNI.com. Produced by The Sound House (NI).

Darren Altman – WSR Recycling. Produced by The Wireless Group.

Posy Brewer – The White Hart / Fat Badger ‘Ladies Rump’. Produced by UKRD.

 

Best Regional Radio Commercial

Staffordshire Police HQ. Produced by Wireless Group. Voiced by Tom Marshall & Emily Marshall.

Northern Ireland Tourist Board ‘Valentine’. Produced by Sound House NI. Voiced by Lloyd Hutchinson.

Panorama Kitchens ‘Curvy Christmas’. Produced by Radio City. Voiced by Julie Berry.

Henrys Honda ‘Sneak Peak’. Produced by Radio Clyde. Voiced by Nick Horneg.

 

Best Use of Music

Huckleberry’s American Diner. Produced by Engine 7.

Hampson Hughes Lawyers. Produced by The Wireless Group.

Beiber Soundcheck Initiative. Produced by UKRD.

RSPB. Produced by Engine 7.

 

Best Visual Advertising Campaign

Used Cars NI. Produced by The Sound House NI.

P&O Ferries. Produced by Syncbox Post. Voiced Adrian Scarborough.

Google Apps. Valentines – Voiced by Bruce Duncan.

Zero Cases. Produced by Affixxius Productions. Voiced by Steffan La Touche.

 

Best Imaging & Promo Performance

Lucas / Rosie / Alexia / Cameron.

Ian Brannan.

Louise Jameson

Neil Didsbury

 

Best Retail / Service Message or Commercial

Barnardos 150th Celebration Weekend – Produced by KVH Studios. Voiced by Posy Brewer.

Swanland Primary School. Produced by Engine7. Voiced by children of Swanland School and Katie Rand.

Phylllis Tuckwell Hospice. Produced by UKRD. Voiced by Mel Hampshire.

Feed the Hungry. Produced by Airforce. Voiced by Emma Clarke and Robert Perkins.

You can still buy tickets for VOX – taking place in Manchester on June 25th – here.

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