Sure, I've got one for ya. Clip is attached in MP3 format at the bottom.
This was part of audio I recorded on my first cross-country solo.
A standard ATIS will consist of:
Time (In Zulu)
Wind direction / speed
Temperature / Dewpoint
Runways in use
Advisories / Cautions
See also: http://www.pprune.org/archive/index.php/t-153988.html
"Advise on initial contact, you have information...." Followed by the information code. (Letters A-Z)
When they say "advise on initial contact", that means when you contact a controller, you let them know you have the current weather. This pertains to such things as when you contact Clearance Delivery, Ground or Tower (for landing or transitioning through their airspace), etc.
"Salt Lake Ground, Skyhawk 12814, at terminal with Foxtrot, request taxi VFR northbound."
"Salt Lake Approach, Skyhawk 12814 over Bountiful at 5,500, VFR to Provo with Mike."
"Ogden Tower, Skyhawk 3901S, 10 miles west at 6,000. Inbound for landing with Delta."
"Salt Lake Clearance Delivery, Skyhawk 3948R, VFR to Tooele with Zulu."
And so on, and so forth.
At some airports, ATIS's are recorded manually by controllers every hour. At others, they are automated and updated every hour, or whenever significant weather changes occur. In the clip I have, it sounds like Stephen Hawking giving the briefing...SALT LAKE AIRPORT, INFORMATION NOVEMBER, 1753 ZULU.
WIND 150 AT 11.
DEW POINT -5.
PARALLEL ILS RUNWAY 16 RIGHT, RUNWAY 16 LEFT, ILS RUNWAY 17 OR VISUAL APPROACHES IN USE.
CAUTION FOR EXTENSIVE BIRD ACTIVITY IN THE VICINITY OF THE AIRPORT.
ON TAXIWAYS OPERATE TRANSPONDER WITH MODE C.
ADVISE ON INITIAL CONTACT YOU HAVE INFORMATION NOVEMBER.
Hope that helps with the studying.