Developing Story Ideas. AudioFlix

Story ideas probably creep up on you all the time, you could be in the shower, out running, or lying in your bed. They could be fully fledged story ideas, fragments of stories, individual scenes, or short snippets of conversations. The point is, where do you go from here? Regular ADPP contributor Steve Schneider talks […]

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How to Promote Your Show & Grow Your Audience

Is the way you promote your show actually doing more harm than good? There are tried and tested ways of growing your audience, none of which involve any short term or overnight routes to success. You can spend hours each week blasting links all over Facebook, Twitter, and other social media streams – but will […]

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The Rise of the Docudrama. Audiobook Confusion on Audible

We’ve been listening to some great podcasts recently – most notably, The Black Tapes, and brand new show The Message (by the way, check out the story behind this one). These shows are audio fiction for sure, but the term docudrama probably suits them best. In this episode we take a look at inner workings of docudrama-style podcasts, and […]

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Audio Drama on Audible. Locke & Key

The adaptation of Locke & Key – originally a best-selling graphic novel series by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez – into a thirteen and a half hour Audio Drama is one of the most significant developments in the history of our medium. One of the main players in this project is Mr Fred Greenhalgh of FinalRune Productions, The Cleansed, […]

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