Jonathan is one of the best voices I’ve ever worked with. His delivery is infectious and on-point. His ad-libs are hilarious and create priceless additional value.
—Tim Richards, VP Programming Entercom Phoenix
We are all in the business of trying to stand out. Jonathan's voice and humor do just that. His ad libbing skills are the best you'll find! Your image voice should be one that brands your show and Jonathan's voice worked perfectly with our "real. funny" slogan.
—Bert Weiss, Syndicated Morning Host of “The Bert Show” (Q100)
What sets Jonathan apart is that he’s not just an imaging voice, he is the personality of the station. With his versatility, warmth, and humor, he takes my (already brilliant) copy and makes it better. Plus, he’s a damn nice guy!
—Randi Kirshbaum, Brand Manager, Portland Radio Group, Saga
Exceptionally creative. An imaging talent that captures the essence and stationality of your format, and becomes an enormously "sticky" component for your brand. Great performer. Prompt turnaround. Fabulous asset and creative partner for any programmer.
—Sanders Hickey, Partner, Golden Isles Broadcasting
Jonathan’s interpretation of copy is amazing, the outtakes are hilarious, and he’s just an all-around joy to work with. You should hire him.
—Nikki Nite, VP Programming & Operations, Entercom Austin
Jonathan Hanst personified the sound we were looking for when we launched WCNR in 2006. He's been the voice ever since. His delivery has a trustability and believability, but also seems to 'cut through' and grab your attention. He can be funny, serious, somber, and a smart-ass - often in the same promo. I am a big fan of Hanst and his work!
—Brad Savage, PD of WAPS The Summit (and former PD of WCNR)
Jonathan Hanst is THE guy you want for the perfect 'natural' reads. His delivery is always perfect. If you're looking for a VO guy that brings the copy to life through natural reads and hilarious outtakes, Jonathan Hanst is the best in the biz, hands down!
—Nick Daikun, former PD Magic 105.9 New Brunswick GA
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