A biweekly podcast focused on the issues that matter in the speech-language-hearing world, ASHA Voices is the sound of ASHA. Aimed at a diverse segment of ASHA’s audience and membership, the award-winning ASHA Voices promotes interdisciplinary conversation among prominent and knowledgeable professionals.
ASHA Voices is a quick-moving program with a conversational tone, which features panel discussions, one-on-one interviews, and opportunities for member participation. You’ll hear:
- Host-read copy that delivers messages with a personal tone
- Easily accessible digital content available anywhere and everywhere you go
- Industry developments and best practices
Check out episodes of ASHA Voices.
- Promoted to 228,000 ASHA members, students, and affiliates
- Average downloads per episode: 3,400
- Average number of listeners per episode: contact your sales rep for the most current information
- Episodes per year: 24
- Three announcer-read advertisements
- One 15-second Pre-Roll message within the first two minutes of the episode
- One 30-second Mid-Roll message
- One 15-second Post-Roll message within last two minutes of episode
- Supported by advertiser mention in the ASHA Now e-newsletter and Leader Live blog post as a part of the podcast promotion
- Banner ad on ASHA.org promoting your podcast episode featuring your logo (minimum 20,000 impressions; valued at $400)
||Supervision Issues (Microaggressions/Employees with Disabilities)
||Self Advocacy for Communication Access in Health Care
||Stuttering in Literature
||Cultural and Linguistic Diversity and CSD
||Geography, Hearing Loss, and Care
||Social Determinants of Health
||Communication Access: TBI
The editorial calendar is subject to change without notice.
- Pre-Roll Ad: 35 words = 15 seconds
- Tell our audience who you are, what you do, and where to learn more.
- Mid-Roll Ad: 70 words = 30 seconds
- Tell our audience who you are, what you do, highlight a service or product, and let the audience know where to learn more.
- Post-Roll Ad: 35 words = 15 seconds
- Remind our audience who you are, what you do, and where to learn more.
- Note: In acronyms, each letter counts as a word unless the acronym can be pronounced as one word.
Make the most of your podcast package. Here are some suggestions for what makes good radio copy:
- Short and direct sentences are the most effective.
- Painting a picture or describing a scene works better than sharing a list.
- Put your product, service, or company in context early. You may be reaching someone new.
- Read your copy out loud before submission.
- Include a short trackable URL like XYZ.com/voices