started to play records at a local roller skating rink. He soon began beat mixing music
at area clubs and performing as a mobile Disc Jockey at weddings, both of which he
still does today.
In 1990 Fox decided to move to Wilmington, North Carolina to manage a roller skating
One day Fox went to the local top 40 radio station to cut his first "Spot" (Commercial),
the management there was so impressed with his voice work, they offered him a job
and within a few weeks Fox was an On Air Talent at Top 40 "WVBS". After a short stint
there, Fox moved back to his native New Jersey and went to work in Atlantic City for
Hot AC, "WAYV". From there he spent 3 years at Beasley Top 40 "WBSS", The Boss 97.
During his run at "The Boss", Fox held the titles of Production Director, Creative
Service Director, Assistant Music Director, Music Director and finally Program
Director. During this time Fox also held a On Air position at EZ Communications, Top
40 WIOQ/Q102 in Philadelphia.
During this time Fox began doing voice overs for area businesses as well as local
cable companies and ad agencies.
In 1994 Fox left radio and spent 3 years at one of the radio and Record industry's
biggest radio trade magazine in Cherry Hill, NJ know as the Friday Morning
The radio bug came back to in the spring of 1997 when Fox was part of the launch of a
brand new Top 40 in Monmouth-Ocean, NJ. Nassau broadcastings B985 (WBBO) as the
Assistant music Director and Air Talent.
In 1999 Fox made the Jump to one of the country's largest broadcasting markets,
Philadelphia, and Greater Media's WEJM (Jammin' Gold) where he held the title of
Assistant Music Director and Air Talent.
In April of 2001 a few friends called and said, we just bought a few radio stations in
Hattiesburg, MS. A major change from the big city life of Philadelphia, however with
this came the title of Director of Operations and Programming, where Fox had overall
creative control and the chance to launch another Top 40 (WMXI), The Hot FM.
Fox continued to do voice overs while in Mississippi for ad agencies and the local
cable company .
While in Hattiesburg, a much larger market in New Orleans was a short drive away and
Fox held an On Air position at Entercom's WKNZ (1053 The Zone) in New Orleans until
October of 2002 when he left the area.
In October of 2002 Fox moved to the Sunshine state of Florida to Program Style's
Media ailing Top 40, WILN, Island 106. With in the first ratings period, the station was
back to 3rd place, by the end of the first year, Island 106 was number 1 across the
board in Women 18-34 and 18-49.
A neighboring market wanted those types of numbers and fox got the call to come to
Fort Walton Beach/ Destin, Florida to become the Operations Manger and Program
Director of the Qantum communications cluster . With the revamp of 2 stations and a
3rd in development. Fox took Hot AC, WMXZ, Mix 103 to second place 25-54 women
and number 1 25-54 men with WWAV, Wave 102 (classic hits).
In the summer of 2005, while debating to go full time with the Voice Over business,
Fox ended up accepting a position in Greenville/Jacksonville, NC. as Program
Director for Archway Broadcastings WRHT and WRHD, The Hot FM. Soon after he
would become the Director of Operations and Programming overseeing all 5 signals
until the company was sold in the spring of 2007.
Since the early 1990's until today in each market from New Jersey to New Orleans,
From Philadelphia to Panama City, Fox has continued to work with clients for his voice
In the spring of 2007, Fox accepted the role as Program Director for a Next Media
Start up Rhythmic AC in the same market, 923 and 1011 the Party, WQSL and WQZL.
Fox left "The Party" behind in December of 2007 to concentrate on his growing
businesses. It was time to leave radio behind and go full force with his voice acting.
Along the way from local to national, Fox has voice scripts for companies such as.
USMC,The Philadelphia Eagles, ECU, Pepsi, Coca Cola, TCBY, Cold Stone Creamery,
Ruby Tuesdays, TGI Fridays, Trump Taj Mahal, Pizza Hut, Pizza Inn, Dominos, ABC TV,
Fox TV, Suddenlink, Comcast, HBO, Arista Records, Jive Records, Columbia Records,
Epic Records, Interscope Records, Acura, Honda, Ford, Chevrolet, Volkswagen, Gieco
and Nutrisystem just to name a few.
Throughout the years Fox Feltman, his voice and his stations have won several
Awards from Radio and Production and ADDY® Awards and others.
Welcome to Fox Feltman Voice Overs.