Mark Time Award Winners
- The best in Science Fiction Audio Theater, since 1996. Named for the Mark Time character, created by the Firesign Theatre circa 1970.
- The best in Fantasy and Horror Audio Theater, since 1998. Named for Charles Ogle, the actor who played the monster in Edison's 1910 silent film, Frankenstein.
- The new award for the best in Mystery and Detective Audio Theater, since 2015. Named for the Nick Danger character created by the Firesign Theatre in 1967.
Other AwardsThe Betty Jo Prize, the Bradshaw, and the Runyon Award, new in 2015.
- Given for lifetime achievement in aspects of production and support of science fiction and fantasy audio theater.
- Celebrating those excellent productions of science fiction and fantasy audio theater from before there were Mark Time Awards.