all change please!

I’ve found my next station in life – as the voice of CoPilot® Live™ satellite navigation.

CoPilot Live

CoPilot Live provides fully featured voice-guided sat nav for mobile phones such as the Nokia N95 and the HTC Touch.  So I’ve voiced  for tube trains, now I’m in cars – what’ll be next?  Space rockets?  Dinghies??  One day the world of transport announcing will be mine – all MINE…MMMWWAAAHHHAHHAAAAA…

No but seriously…

I’m delighted to report that my voice is available for download by owners of the new CoPilot Live 7 navigation system, helping them find their way to places with confidence.

CoPilot live

Michael Kornhauser, Managing Director of CoPilot developer ALK Technologies explains: “When we heard about Emma’s availability we immediately got in touch. Our research indicates that the most important criteria for a sat nav voice is clarity of pronunciation, and as every London commuter will know ‘The Voice of the Tube’ is exactly that.”

Michael went on to say:  “Emma has a great voice and a fantastic sense of humour. She has turned this situation around just by being herself.  We’re sure we’ll be the first of many new clients in the coming months.”   Reader, he’s a lovely man.

Click here to listen to some of my new sat nav instructions…along with some funnies – all fully approved and controversy-free…

I’ve also added a new range of CoPilot Live SatNav spoofs to my Web site – enjoy!

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