How Roger Ebert found his new voice (Q&A) - CNET
In 2011, to replace the new which had been canceled by its distributor, Ebert and his wife Chaz started their own movie review show on called hosted by Christy Lemire of the Associated Press and Ignatiy Vishnevetsky of Mubi, which follows largely the same format as Ebert's other shows. Ebert himself appears in a segment on the show called "Roger's Office" which features voice over narration (either with the help of either his new "voice", or a famous friend such as Werner Herzog or Bill Curtis) of one of his recent reviews or musings.
Roger Ebert's new voice - YouTube
Sure, it was the corny standby stand-up joke. But the punchline sent the audience erupting into laughter, which delighted Mr. Ebert. He proposed the Ebert Test as a way to gauge the humanness of a synthesized voice.
Roger Ebert has been printing compilations of his movie reviews every year on the year since . The series is still going. Also Ebert has written three books of essays about his favorite movies entitled , with these essays also available on his website in a condensed form.