Posted: December 1st, 2010 | By: AOL Fanhouse
The voice is polished and professional, seamless and smooth. So much so that you might never imagine the person behind it.
Frankly, for most of his career as a sports play-by-play announcer, that’s the way Jason Benetti (’11) preferred it. He wanted to be just a voice. Not a face or a body for others to question and judge.
“I started to do this on radio because the inhibitions are gone,” Benetti said. “Everybody meets me for the first time on radio without having seen me.
“You hear a voice, he’s telling you what’s going on, you don’t know that person from the butcher or the milkman or your dog.” Read the full story »