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# 68836 29-Sep-2010 10:02
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TomTom has started a campaign looking for a voice talent to record driving directions with a Kiwi flavour.

The site is "Be The Voice of TomTom GPS New Zealand" and it's live now...

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  # 385778 29-Sep-2010 11:10
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The late Billy T James would of made a great voice.

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  # 385791 29-Sep-2010 11:32
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Sam Hunt,

The turn........... is nearly here................slow down............prepare to veer.........


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  # 385802 29-Sep-2010 11:55
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Tim Shadbolt or Sam Neil would be great

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  # 385808 29-Sep-2010 12:09
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Yes, Billy T would HAVE made a great voice.

But please god, no Lynn-of-Tawa!

Crumpy would've been good too?

No signature to see here, move along...

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  # 385978 29-Sep-2010 18:11
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Still waiting for voices of Helen Clark, Brian Tamaki, Mike King, Jemaine Clement and Bret Mc Kenzie. Being South African unfortunately I would not be a typical Kiwi voice, but I can see a large market for both infamous and typical Kiwi voices. The market would be even greater if they release TT Navigator to the public.

You can never have enough Volvos!

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