Salma is a former ITV News reporter and presenter with more than 20 years of broadcast experience.  Salma has been noted for her reliability and prides herself on the quality of her work. She is a pleasure to work with and happy to be directed if need-be.

Voice & Accents:  Her voice ranges from authoritative to warm but is always engaging.  Her voice age is 25 to 40 and her natural accent is RP English, but as a born and bred Londoner, she can slip into Cockney with ease.  She can speak conversational German and can read short German or Swiss German scripts well.  She also has a wonderful Russian accent if required as well as various American and French accents.


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Studio: Her professional home studio is equipped with Rode NT1 Microphone,  Adobe Audition recording and editing software. 


Testimonials


Salma brings a unique voice and style to our projects. Her background as a journalist is invaluable as she can get to the core of a discussion or interview with minimal brief, which leads to a natural, flowing style that puts guests at ease. She is completely professional, always has suggestions that improves the final result, and is a pleasure to work with. 

 - Will Jones, Marketing Manager, Ecophon

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