Fri, 13 November 2009
[Time: 19:11] [Size: 23 MB] [Genre: Horror] Recorded Live at a performance at DragonCon 2009, The Atlanta Radio Theatre Company presents "The Call of C'thulhu" written by H.P. Lovecraft, adapted for audio by Ron N. Butler. This is Part 2 of 2.
Folks, by now you all know about all the stuff I usually post here and the links go on for several posts, so I'm not going to repeat them again this month. I just want to thank everybody for another (almost) year of great podcasting and appreciation of audio drama. The fact that you're still listening makes it all worth it.
We've got one more podcast left for this year, in December, and then it's off to 2010. One goal I'd like to try to achieve for the coming year is more interaction with our audience. What do you want to hear from us? How can we improve? There's lots of changes coming and we've got some interesting ideas, but we want to make sure we're doing the right ideas and changing in the right ways.
So how are we doing? Everything ok? We'd like to hear from you, so go ahead and send us that email or comment on this post.
Just two links this month. First, in the spirit of that increased interaction I just talked about, we've done a survey to find out what you want to hear from us out of the studio next.
And second, a reminder to join our mailing list, "Breaking Radio Silence"! Sign up at artc.org/ and stay current on all the latest audio drama and ARTC news!
Next live show: An Atlanta Christmas at the Academy Theatre in Avondale Estates, GA. December 5 and 6.
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