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Wed October 23, 2013
NPR Announcer Frank Tavares On Being The Voice Of Public Radio
For many years he has been called the most heard voice on public radio, and if you listen to NPR you already know Frank Tavares.
His voice is unmistakable, but he's more than an announcer, he's also an author too. His latest book "The Man Who Built Boxes" showcases his unique storytelling abilities.
Frank Tavares spoke with Melissa Ross on his new book and what it's like being one of the most recognizable voices in the country.
You can follow Melissa on Twitter @MelissainJax.
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