Business Models for Audio Drama | Episode 107

A look at the business side of audio drama, including contributions from audio drama companies who have found successful business models for professional audio drama productions. With thanks to our contributors for sharing their expertise: Mariele Runacre-Temple of Wireless Theatre David K. Barnes & Liz Campbell of Wooden Overcoats Links to sites mentioned: Go Fund Me […]

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Media Hosting, iTunes Rankings, New & Noteworthy

VP of Podcaster Relations at Libsyn Rob Walch joins us for a chat on this episode. Rob has been in podcasting from the very beginning and has a wealth of experience in the medium. We talked about media hosting, and why you might want to think about hosting with Libsyn. iTunes, and the myths and misinformation […]

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How Do You Make a 3D Binaural Audio Drama?

It’s hard not to get excited by the thought of listening to Audio Drama in 3D. Though binaural audio isn’t a new thing, it’s still relatively rare to encounter unless you are actively searching for it online. Many people’s first (and often only) experience with this form of sound design comes from sitting in the […]

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Profiting with your Audio Drama

You probably don’t create Audio Drama specifically to make money, but wouldn’t it be nice to get paid for doing something you love? Traditionally, creators would need to find someone to commission and/or broadcast their work to bring in some cash. In the internet age however, there are several options available to you. On this […]

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Should I charge for my Audio Dramas?

I was inspired to write this post after reading some discussion on the subject in the Audio Drama Production Podcast Facebook group. So you’ve just spent around (let’s say approximately) 100 hours of blood, sweat, and tears creating an Audio Drama. You came up with a story idea; you developed it into a plot, and […]

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