North Carolina Voter Education

North Carolina Voter Education Broadcast Booth The votes are tallied and VocalBooth is a hit at the NCCVE. This non-profit center in Raleigh, N.C. is a nonpartisan organization dedicated to improving elections in North Carolina.

Because
The NCCVE purchased a 6’x 6’ Gold Series VocalBooth to provide more opportunities within their organization to impact voters via radio and TV. “We have a partnership with UNC –TV, statewide public TV, where we are able to conduct interviews with candidates running for office in North Carolina,” said Bryan Warner, Director of Communications. He adds that the purchase of the VocalBooth was an investment that allowed them to compete at a higher level by providing a professional recording environment. “We are able to do significant interviews with candidates and also reach out to other non-profit organizations that have a need to record PSA’s.”

They Got
6’ x 6’ Gold Series VocalBooth

Why They Rock
The NCCVE has a weekly radio program called Voter Radio that is facilitated, in part, by their VocalBooth. The radio show allows North Carolina voters to become more informed about issues that affect them and their state. During the 2008 campaigning they did more than 70 podcasts and candidate interviews with NC politicians.

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Website: www.ncvotered.com and www.voterradio.com