Voice is our main communication resource but especially is the tool more important for working on radio. Voice on radio transmits not only the explicit text, but also all the meaning and the affective dimension. Consequently, the audience¿s attention to the radio message as well as understanding and assimilating of it will depend on a correct and expressive use of voice. Even in the most basic bibliography, the importance of the correct use of voice is recognized. Nevertheless, the suitable training for the broadcasters always has not a special consideration. For these reasons, this paper tries to realize a compendium of recommendations and defects around the use of voice on radio, based on different empirical researches made in these years.
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