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With the incredible amount of talented voice actors/narrator's, how did Michael Bratton get the job?
Although he does not have the severe affectations as Erik Dellums presents, it sounds very much like they went to the nearest high school and hired one of the students from the school radio station.
His voice texture is very thin, he does not have the command, authority or timbre of a professional adult male voice talent. "Google" mail voiceover or voice actor and just pick anyone from the first 100 and you'll discover much better talent for a network-based program.
Program content is phenomenal, but loses any authority when listening to a high school junior do the narration.
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