Radio reporter who lost the ability to speak finds new way to be heard

With the help of technology a Scottish company that creates text-to-speech technology, Jamie Dupree has crafted a new voice.
1:10 | 06/18/18

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Oh, What a Relief It Is! ??? Finally, America stng. The voice is back inatlanta. Hereteve osunsami. Reporter: Jamie dree thought that this day would never happen. That he'd be back on the air, reporting the news on owned radio stations acrthe country. Like most of who do this, our voice is something we take for granted. This was Mr. Dupree's before he got sick. That's right, Carol. Down at the white house right now, the first overal meetings -- orter: But two years ago, the velvet of his voices stolen ba rare neurological disorder. I am working toe back. Reporter: A company in otland is helping. They've taseveral years of rings and given Dupree control of voice, at the Toof his fingertips. The U.S. Supreme court has basically punted on sue of legislative gerrymanderi Reporter:s was his first broadcast thisning. He does sound different, but he feels incredible. Feel good? Damn, that's good. That is good. That -- yeah. Reporter: Sve osunsami, ABC news, Atlanta. Welcome (Vo) Play scratch-off games om the Nerk Lottery

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