Protophonic Wins Mark Time Award for Science Fiction Audio
Protophonic has been selected as a Mark Time Award winner. These awards are given “to honor the Best Science Fiction Audio Production on the Planet”. They are presented annually by the American Society For Science Fiction Audio (ASFSFA). Protophonic’s latest Science Fiction audio production - “Brad Lansky and the Anti-STARC” received the ’Honorable Mention’ prize for 2010.
“We savor many firsts at protophonic, but this is the first official recognition of our work by the SF audio community and it sure feels great,” says Dieter Zimmermann of protophonic. "We strive to be at the cutting edge of audio entertainment and believe that our work will inspire explorers of every kind. J.D. Venne’s scripts are original ’hard SF’ stories that explore exciting aspects of modern physics and astronomy. His next script is true to form and Brad Lansky fans will not be disappointed.”
About the Author:
J.D. Venne studied Electrical Engineering and Music. He has always been interested in Science Fiction. In his Brad Lansky series he explores the intersection of SF, sound, and electronic music. He lives in Cape Town, South Africa.
Mark Time Awards: http://www.greatnorthernaudio.com/MarkTime/MarkTime-winners.html
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