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The Listener’s Choice voting is now open. You can vote in our standard division poll by clicking here. After voting in that poll, you should be redirected to our short division poll , if not you can reach it by clicking here. The top twenty in the standard division and the top five in the short division will win and be played as Listener’s Choice selections. For more details on past results and how this process works, click here.
In celebration of our tenth season bringing you the Great Detectives of Old Time Radio, the first round of voting in our Listener’s Choice Poll is underway as we winnow the choices in our standard division from forty-nine to thirty-two. Rank your choices in two polls. The top sixteen from each poll will advance. The first poll is here and you should be redirected to the second poll. If you’re not, click here. Deadline is January 24th.
For more details on the Listener Choice process, click here
Update (01/14): Now more than 300 votes in each poll. Thank you for participating.
Update: More than 200 have voted in each poll. I made a video to celebrate when 100 votes had been cast.:
Since I announced the YouTube channel a little more than four months ago, I’ve been working to bring our show’s archives to YouTube to introduce the Great and after a long process filled with trial and error, I’m pleased to announce that were caught up to where I want the channel to be. As it’s an archive, the YouTube channel is ten weeks behind the podcast feed.
What’s next for the channel? Those who follow the show the show on YouTube will get six new detective episodes a week on a daily schedule of the Great Detectives of Old Time Radio. In addition, I’ll be posting old episodes of the Amazing World of Radio and the War. I won’t be posting Superman as there are way too many episodes of that series that it needs own channel. I’ll also be working on a channel trainer and getting channel art added.
Youtube is a great new venture, but our podcast remains our primary contact with the audience. Last month, we had under 16,000 views on YouTube which is pretty impressive until you realize we had 713,000 unique downloads from the podcast. However, you interact with the show, as always, thank you for listening and for supporting the show.