The Mark Time Awards

Where to Find It

Audio Theater Resources

Places to find information about the people who administer the Mark Time Awards, other awards in audio-related fields, and websites that offer information and discussion on modern audio theater topics.
  • Otherworld Media
    Otherworld Media has developed, produced and created educational programs for children and young people, stage and radio theatre for all ages, touring performances for children's theatre, fully produced theatrical entertainments for general audiences, educational media and workshops, special events, and music festivals for live, national, international, or local broadcast.

    Notable award-winning programs include "The War of the Worlds 50th Anniversary Production," "Norman Corwin's We Hold These Truths: A Bicentennial Salute to The Bill of Rights," and "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz: A Centennial Celebration."
  • Great Northern Audio Theatre
    Jerry Stearns and Brian Price.
    Administrators of the Mark Time Awards and Ogle Awards from 1996 to 2014. Also writers and producers of the
    Mark Time Radio Show for 19 years. Their website includes links to other sources of audio theater and to writing and production resources for those interested in the field, as well as information on their own productions.
  • Firesign Theatre
    Four of Five Crazy Guys who took the techniques and tropes of Radio Drama and surrealized them into an entirely new kind of audio comedy album. Phil Austin, Phil Proctor, Peter Bergman and David Ossman added depth, story, language play, modern production values and obscure reference to comedy and radio records and made it into something completely new.
  • National Audio Theatre Festivals
    NATF is the host of the 2015 Mark Time Awards presentation, at their HEAR Now Audio Fiction and Arts Festival of all things in audio fiction and storytelling. Held June 11-14, 2015 in Kansas City, MO.
  • ZBS
    Creators of Ruby, the Adventures of a Galactic Gumshoe, and the many Jack Flanders series, and much more. Winner of every award available for audio drama, and proponent of excellence in audio production.
  • Zenith Radio Dial
    A brief but interesting overview of the development of broadcasting in New York> Milestones starting with the Titanic disaster, up through the 2008 merger of XM and Sirius Satellite Radio. Much of it is relevant to all broadcasting in America. (Written by Steven Thomas for TopView Sightseeing in NYC. Submitted to us by a local library in New York. Thanks.)
  • An Audie Award
    Awards for the Year's Best Audiobooks, sponsored by the Audio Publishers Association.
  • The newest awards celebrating the best in Free audio drama. It started as a thread on audiodramatalk, ballooned to a facebook group, then shrunk to these dedicated people who sat down and helped make the Audio Verse Awards a reality in 2013.
  • A celebration of the best in speculative fiction podcasting. Includes categories for full cast audio drama, as well as audiobooks, podcast discussion, fan news, videos and more.