Making Good Speakers Great

Voice & Speech in the Media

Jay Miller's voice, public speaking and presentation expertise has been tapped several times by the media. Click on the links below to see examples.

Video of Media in Toronto
Discovery Health's "Health on the Line"
Selected sections of host Avery Haines' interview with Jay about changing the pitch and tone and of the voice.


City TV's "Breakfast Television" (June 27, 2011)
Overcoming Stage Fright

Discovery Health's "Health on the Line"
Part 1:
Host Avery Haines interviews Jay and Jackie Ghislieri, one of his accent reduction clients.

Discovery Health's "Health on the Line"
Part 2:
Host Avery Haines continues the interview with Jay and Jackie Ghislieri.

City TV's "Breakfast Television" (June 4, 2004)
Jay talks with host Lisa Fromer about the voice.


Interview with Anna Kosior, on 106.9 CIXX-FM, The X Fanshawe (March 7, 2012):
Anna interviews Jay about the importance of good speech and strategies for improving clarity.

National broadcast of the Charles Adler Show – AM640 in Toronto (November 15, 2011):
Charles interviews Jay about a study saying voters prefer male candidates with low-pitched voices.


The Vancouver Observer (November 15, 2011)
Jay is asked to comment on a McMaster University study showing voters are swayed by deeper voices.

Elle Magazine (April, 2008)
ElleTrends asks Jay about women's voices in entertainment and business.

The Toronto Star (February 27, 2007)
In preparation for the Oscars, Jay is interviewed about acceptance speeches.

The National Post (February 21, 2006)
Jay is interviewed about why Kiefer Sutherland's voice is used by advertisers.

The Toronto Star (September 6, 2005)
Jay and two other voice coaches report on Canadian accents in this front page story.

The Globe and Mail (May 28, 2004)
Jay discusses the 2004 Federal Election candidates' voices.

Eye Magazine (January 1, 2004)
A sex advice columnist seeks Jay's help responding to a high-voiced male.

HR Professional Magazine (June/July 2003)
Jay talks with a leading Human Resources publication about accent reduction training for improved workplace communication.