Scott couldn't get his dad to bite on Caller Experience Marketing, but this video of him trying to sell him on the idea earned a 2023 Silver Telly Award. 

Produced for BusinessVoice, the video won in the category "Social Video - Craft - Use of Comedy." Scott conceived, wrote and served as on-camera talent. Jacob Stutz shot and edited the piece. 

Major international brands compete for Telly Awards glory, including CBS, ESPN, HBO, Hearst, Microsoft, MLB, NBC and Viacom. Scott is neither a major brand nor international in scope, although he did once straddle the U.S./Canadian border just as a goof. 

 



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There's talk on the street that the Earth might be swallowed up by the sun in about five billion years. So, you should probably listen to this BusinessVoice Humor On Hold production while you still have time. Scott wrote the copy and provided the voiceover with the threat of a violent solar engulfing in the forefront of his mind. That's why the whole thing sounds rushed. 

 

Producer George Tanber hired Scott to collaborate on a TV / on-site video campaign for Tuffy Tire and Auto Service. Scott wrote the copy, provided the voiceover, advised on the visual direction and mopped up all the blood and grease after several cars exploded on the set. 

George wrote, "Thanks for your brilliant work on this project. Everyone involved is very pleased. I think these will be effective spots."

 

 

 

 

In March of 2023, Scott spoke to the students and faculty of Owens Community College near Toledo, Ohio. His profanity-laden keynote "rant" brought the school's biennial Networking Fair to a screeching halt and required the intervention of four local fire departments. This video has been banned in Canada, so watch it here while you still can. 

 

When you ponder life's ultimate reward, what comes to mind? 

That's right - it's the 2023 Communicator Award! And BusinessVoice earned THREE Communicators for Humor On Hold this year. Yeah, you bet - that's pretty terrific.

Scott wrote the copy for the Gold-Award-winning Lakeland Auto and Binkelman productions. He co-wrote the Silver-Award-winning Downey Plumbing production with Cassandra Evans. Amy and Scott provided the voiceover, while a gentle breeze kept everyone cool as they were working. 

 

Amy appears as the woman who's celebrating a birthday in this video for Libbey. Produced by Madhouse, the video includes many other people, too, but none of them are shown celebrating their birthdays. It's easy to tell Amy's character is celebrating her birthday because you can see her as plain as day blowing out the candles on a birthday cake, which is something people who are celebrating a birthday often do. While it could be argued that it was not Amy's character's birthday and that she was just trying to ruin someone else's birthday by blowing out the candles on that person's birthday cake, that scenario is unlikely. To be sure, though, we put a call into the writer to see what his or her original intention was. Who knows? This whole thing could be a lot darker than it seems. We'll keep you posted. 
 

Ya' know that dull ache that settles into your skull whenever you eat two or three sticks of butter in rapid succession? That's the kind of sensation you can expect if you listen to this entire Humor On Hold production. 

Scott used a glitter pen to co-write the copy with BusinessVoice Creative Consultant Cassandra Evans. Amy and Scott delivered the voiceover with a level of commitment you only hear from Minor League ballplayers who have no other marketable job skills. 

 

These are the first two radio spots in an ongoing campaign for D&F Plumbing, Heating and Cooling in Portland, Oregon. Produced through BusinessVoice, the spots weigh in at seven pounds each and feature a light crust along the top and sides. 

Scott wrote the copy, provided all the voiceover and kept both commercials at a precise 375 degrees throughout production. He then hardened the spots for airplay by plunging them into an ice water bath.

 



If you're afraid of skunks, don't listen to this Humor On Hold production that Scott wrote for BusinessVoice client Lakeland Auto and Marine. 

It's not that skunks play a role in the content, but any time you spend above ground listening to online audio is time you won't be in that hole you dug in your backyard with the blue tarp pulled over the top, protected from random skunks. 

But you can do what you want. See if we care.   

 

There's nothin' like listening to a ball game on the radio! And by tuning in on the ol' transistor, you're a lot less likely to stop a screaming foul ball with your forehead. 

In this 2004 Humor On Hold production, we pay tribute to a small-town radio broadcast of a Minor League Baseball game between the Glass City Shards and the Johnstown Donkeys.

Scott wrote the copy, provided the main voiceovers and engineered the entire piece, all without the benefit of a rosin bag. Amy provided the voice of Marge, despite the fact that she had a raging case of jock itch.