The ENnie Awards turn 10 years old next year. Right now, they’re running a series of interviews on the ENnie Awards blog, and were gracious enough to ask to speak with me.
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I had a blast at Gen Con this year. It was a big show for Moonstew – Rone and I released nine episodes during the show. “The best for days in radio!”
Here’s a peak at the madness: (more…)
I sent out an informal survey to some of our Atomic Array listeners. I’m still pondering what all the responses mean, but here’s the results so far:
(1) How did you hear about Atomic Array?
47%: Host mentioned it on message boards or in IRC
12%: RPG Podcasts.com
6%: Google Search for “RPG Podcasts”
6%: Heard promo on another podcast
6%: iTunes Search
(2) What was your first episode?
(3) How often do you listen to the show?
13%: Once, never again
73%: Every show
(4) How do you listen to the show?
Episode 011 (Pathfinder) is by far our favorite among our regular audience.
I also learned that some people love the rants and the CthuLou segments from Episodes 010 (Shadows of Cthulhu and CthulhuTech), but these also have a number of people that don’t care for them. The picks, on the other hand, aren’t as popular – but we didn’t receive any negative feedback on them, either.
MOONSTEW PRODUCTIONS LAUNCHES RPG COUNTDOWN – NEW BI-WEEKLY SHOW SPONSORED BY RPGNOW HIGHLIGHTS TEN HOTTEST SELLING RPG PRODUCTS (more…)
Following up on TGC’s success, 0one commissioned a series of adventures from the authors. Rone penned the second adventure, The Bloody Fix.
Go grab a copy, play it, and let him know what you think. If you want, drop my the new 0one message boards.