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Why radio works: If Jerry Bruckheimer is doing it, why not audio dramatists and producers December 22, 2007

Posted by William Spear in >> News, >> Out Basket.

Noted in the December 19, 2007 New York Times is Robert Levine’s fine article titled “A Producer of Movies to Try Hand at Games” about Hollywood producer Jerry Bruckheimer adapting his action oriented style of movies and television shows to the video gaming industry.

Audio drama has historical and contemporary offerings which set the blood racing and pulse pounding. Where are the dramatists and producers bringing the excitement of sound to the realm of video games?

Radio works. (Cue the squealing tires.)

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