So this was actually a question I was asked a while back on Twitter while looking for ramble ideas, and I love it! A not insignificant part of my job here is to find and promote new audio dramas. Shout out to Ely Fernández Collins for their amazing round ups of new shows on The … Continue reading What do I look for in new shows?
★★★☆ It can’t be trauma if you can’t remember it, can it………. haha, jk…….. unless……. Disclaimer: Although this is a requested review, all thoughts expressed below are 100% my own. Shrouds of Yesterday follows a group of adventurers who wake up with no memory of their past. It may seem like a standard DND format, … Continue reading Review: Shrouds of Yesterday
With the launch of another 60 of Elon Musk’s Starlink satellites this week, making a total of 240 in Earth’s atmosphere, there has been growing unease amongst astronomers, space photographers and other more casual viewers of the sky. “Large numbers of bright satellites could both ruin professional observations and affect the look of the night … Continue reading Press Release: Automnicon keenly awaits commission to remove Elon Musk’s Space Junk from Earth’s Atmosphere; popular audio drama also returns
Rusty Quill Ltd, the award winning media production company based in the UK, has signed with WME, one of the world’s largest and longest running talent agencies in an unprecedented move within the sector. Rusty Quill Ltd is among the largest independent podcast networks in the world, and it piqued the interest of WME for its ability to … Continue reading Press Release: Rusty Quill Signs with WME in Trailblazing Move
★★★ A good podcast to listen to during a run. And 195 follows a nonbinary runner who travels to different worlds through a portal whenever they get lost on a marathon. They then have to finish the marathon to return home. Each episode follows a different portal trip, with each world being its own distinct … Continue reading Review: And 195
It’s the second segment of my new audio drama 101 series and today we’re talking networks! Here are a few networks that I love and that I think everyone should be keeping an eye on. The Whisperforge - The Whisperforge has six shows out currently, including The Far Meridian (a 2018 fave) and CARAVAN (a … Continue reading AUDIO DRAMA 101 – Indie Networks To Pay Attention To
BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA Love and fandom collide in Me and AU, a new Canadian fiction podcast debuting June 11 from the Procyon Podcast Network. All Kate “ACunningPlan” Cunningham wants to do this summer is watch her favourite new Canadian TV show, Selkirk, write fanfic about her favourite new TV show (also Selkirk) and think as … Continue reading Press Release: Procyon Podcasts launches new LGBT+ romance series
NEW YORK - May 19, 2020 At the Table: A Play Reading Series returns after a 2-year hiatus to bring its unique theatre/audio drama format to listeners everywhere during a time of crisis, quarantine, and unprecedented need for good stories. Showrunners Rachel Flynn (Heathers: The Musical) and Ned Donovan (The Hunted: Encore) have reunited for … Continue reading Press Release: Theatre Podcast returns with New Plays from Emerging Playwrights during Self-Isolation
This is post one of a new ramble series in which I answer all the questions that new podcast listeners have about the world of audio drama. This question comes curtesy of my mother: how can you tell what type of podcast it will be? If it will be audiobook style, full cast audio drama, … Continue reading AUDIO DRAMA 101 – What do all the categories MEAN?
The Fable and Folly Network touts an international roster of award-winning shows including three Webby Awards honorees. TORONTO, CANADA, May 7, 2020 – The Fable and Folly Network was built with a simple but compelling vision: a world where audio fiction producers can make a good living telling their stories. The new network is actively … Continue reading Press Release: Podcast Network Aims to Sell Out (of inventory, that is)