Homeless Man Offered Jobs for His 'Golden' Voice

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Ohio may have stumbled across the next new voice of America -- a homeless man's golden voice discovered while living on the streets.

Ted Williams became an overnight sensation after a video of him talking like a broadcaster was posted on YouTube.

Columbus Dispatch reporter discovered Williams as he stood on the side of the road using his incredible voice to collect money on the street.

Watch the video here.

The video reached more than 4 million views in 24 hours. Now, media outlets across the country are fighting to hire Williams.

Williams said he's been in radio before but fell on hard times after years of alcohol and drug abuse.

He told the CBS "Early Show" that he believes God spared his voice in order to give him a second chance at life.

Williams has been offered a full-time job and a mortgage on a home by Quicken Loans Arena and the Cleveland Cavaliers.

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