What can I say, I'm giddy beyond words. My own audio drama group, FinalRune Productions, was featured in the Wall Street Journal on February 25, 2010. The article, entitled "Return With Us to the Thrilling Days Of Yesteryear—Via the Internet," heavily focused on FinalRune's signature field recording style and director Fred Greenhalgh's passion for reviving audio drama in an age of the iPod. I'll let the article speak for itself, and wait, there's more... great video!!! … [Read more...] about Wall Street Journal Features FinalRune Productions!!!
Radio Drama Revival wants to offer huge congratulations to Yuri Rasovsky and Roger Gregg for achieving nominations for two separate, yet equally big awards. Yuri Rasovsky's The Maltese Falcon was nominated for a Grammy for Best Spoken Word Album, an enormous accomplishment for an audio drama. And jeez, if you haven't listened to The Maltese Falcon yet, do! I raved about it in a review I did a few months ago because it deserved it, and much more. It's one of the best audio mysteries … [Read more...] about Yuri Rasovsky and Roger Gregg Nominated for Top Audio Awards
Today we continue our three year anniversary special and self-reflective analysis. Today we focus on the most memorable interviews I've ever done. This was a really hard one to put together, because I've done a ton. In fact, here's a link to all interviews on Radio Drama Revival. Here are some of what I consider the very best: Roger Gregg @ Crazy Dog HQ in Ireland (Episode 117) I've had the huge pleasure of speaking with Roger Gregg on several occasions, but none more interesting … [Read more...] about 5 Most Memorable Interviews
Welcome to day two of our three year anniversary special and self-reflective analysis. Since Jan 2007, I've had a chance to feature a LOT of good work on the show. 75 hours and counting of audio goodness so far! It's impossible to feature everything that's good, particularly because there are episodes in so many different genres, from a heavy dose of horror to holiday tales, classic retellings to contemporary drama, sci-fi, fantasy, and even a little bit of romance. However, sometimes … [Read more...] about 5 Episodes You Should Listen to Again
It doesn't seem like so long ago that a chance opening at local radio station WMPG gave me a great opportunity: start my own weekly radio show dedicated to radio drama. My goal from the beginning: expose more people to the medium of radio drama and give me an opportunity to share my own work with others. Suddenly it's 3 years later, and Radio Drama Revival has gone a lot of places I never expected and given me the opportunity to do a lot of cool stuff. I've talked to lots of really … [Read more...] about Reviving Radio Drama – 3 Years in Review