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Alexander Quincy needs to stop being an egotist
The latest narrator chosen by Audible feels it essential to identify himself at the beginning of every story. This is ANNOYING. I listen to the WSJ for the news and opinion, not for the identify of the reader. Besides, his egocentric proclamation wastes time which could be better used for more news and opinion.
Earlier WSJ Audible broadcasts did not feature this annoying, repetitive pronunciation.
The reader, for the reason noted.
Every time the reader decided to re-identify himself, I wished I could send him laryngitis.
Please make him stop. In other Audible books, the narrator is identified at the beginning and at the end of the book; that's plenty. And those books are a lot longer than the daily WSJ read.