Not Just Great Voices

Great People

We Are All About Their Community

We Help Public Address Announcers and the Organizations that Hire Them

We began PublicAddressAnnouncer.Org predicated on the idea that announcers were not just great voices but great people. We started by providing visibility to talented P.A. Announcers of true announcing and voice over opportunities. Today, we have Announcers from all over the world review our Job Listings daily. We provide Tools and other means of aiding announcers in pursuit of their passion. Our Directory lists some of the best announcers in the world, High School to Pro. Our online magazine, The Amplifier, publishes compelling content to promote critical thought for the advancement the profession.

For the Organizations which hire P.A. announcers, we offer 60-Day Job Postings absolutely FREE. Why? We want great voices announcing in great organizations. We have created professionally designed Job Descriptions for various levels of the profession to add precision to the recruiting process. In turn, these very same descriptions help P.A. Announcers at various levels juxtapose their experience against a benchmark. On top of it, we offer free Pronunciation Guides to help administrators accurately work through difficult name respellings so, their announcers and broadcasters can perform at their highest level. 

All this effort and good will have made us the most visited website globally for Public Address Announcing. We are ranked #1 on Google and Bing. We are proud of our work but are far from done. We continue to advocate for the advancement of public address announcing through tools development, job postings, published articles and the constant publicizing of all the good announcers do behind the mic and in their community. This is our quest and, we love every minute of it!

Matthew C. Wallace

Founder, PublicAddressAnnouncer.Org

Matt Wallace was born in Baltimore, Maryland and grew up a fan of radio. He graduated from the University of Maryland with 2 degrees: Computer Science and Anthropology. He first became interested in announcing many years ago attending a Little League game. He took over the mic from some rowdy kids. Crowds loved is smooth voice and even delivery and things went from there. He resides with his wife and sons in Los Angeles, California.