Voice Audition for 46R?

Hi all! I'm about to reenlist and really want to go back in the Army as a broadcast journalist (46R). On one website it says to do the voice audition at a local radio station in a controlled environment. Can anybody out there tell me where they did their voice audition and how they set that up. As I'm prior service, I have to do a lot of the legwork myself so hopefully someone out there can tell me some voice audition nuts and bolts (I'm working with the recruiter to get the script sent from DINFOS now).
Also any info about the daily job satisfaction and promotion opportunities would be nice to hear about.
thanks!
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Thanks for the link but I had that one already. That was the link I gave my recruiter so he'd have the information to request the script. What I don't have is any practical information about actually producing the voice audition tape. One place online said to do it at a local radio station but I would think it unlikely they'd let me use their equipment. I'm trying to figure out the technical details of how to get this tape or digital file assembled?
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You can contact me at mike<dot>lavigne<at>gmail<dot>com -- I tell you all you want to know about this MOS and the satisfaction rate, etc. Plus, I can get you the details to produce your audition and get a 2 or 3 day turnaround on it.

DS Lavigne

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