This article is about the in-game radio station. For Criterion Games's podcast, see Crash TV.
DJ Stryker is the DJ in Burnout 3. During events, Stryker randomly interrupts the background music (EA Trax) to provide commentary and tips. He is also heard in the Crash and Race Training videos. It is possible to disable Stryker's voice during events.
Burnout Revenge features a new, unnamed female announcer. She is only heard during the opening movie of the game, and not at all during gameplay. She is voiced by Jules de Jongh.
The unnamed female announcer from Burnout Revenge returns in Dominator, with the same role as before.
DJ Atomica is the DJ in Burnout Paradise, who gives the player tips and advice during gameplay. The track listing for Crash FM in Paradise features licensed songs from the EA Trax label, and music from previous Burnout games which can be heard during gameplay. In Burnout Paradise the track listing is much larger than previous Burnout games, and DJ Atomica has many more quotes than other DJs. DJ Atomica was originally the DJ in a previous EA Games release, SSX 3, Skate and some of Atomica's comments refer to this past occupation. The unnamed female announcer from some previous Burnout games makes a small appearance as well, narrating the introduction movie that plays the first time a new player starts the game.
Crash FM's BuildingEdit
The Crash FM radio station is found in Paradise City as a fairly large building with a radio antenna on top of it. Located between Franke Avenue and Paradise Avenue on the large intersection of 3rd and Fry, it is considered to be one of Paradise City's most notable landmarks alongside the Paradise City sign, the Lawrence Road Tunnel and I-88. It has a bold Crash FM sign on the front of it. Strangely, this seems to be the only radio station in the city.