Tag: Podcasting

EP1362: Nick Carter: Eight Records of Death

Lon Clark
A man who bought ten records that chronicled a murder contacts Nick to find out who was killed and who committed the murder.

Original Air Date: April 2, 1946

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Nominate Us in the Podcast Awards

It’s that time again, time for the Podcast Awards nominations. I encourage you to nominate us in the Arts and Culture Category and nominate any other podcasts you enjoy. The deadline is February 15th.

We’ve had a fantastic year with a growing audience. We’ve brought you some extraordinary episodes and specials including:

We also honored the passing of some radio greats in the past twelve months:

  • For radio writer Norman Corwin, we played, “Murder in Studio One” a play Mr. Corwin wrote for the Columbia Worskhop.
  • For the famous newsman Mike Wallace, we presented two pilot episodes  for a radio detective series called, “Crime on the Waterfront

We’ve also featured a wide variety of short but entertaining shows including Candy Matson, Leonidas Witherall, Pete Kelly’s Blues and the Fat Man.

In addition to that, we’ve supplemented the site, with dozens of articles on a wide variety of topics including Detective book reviews, reviews of golden age music collections, a countdown of the top Perry Mason movies,  reviews of old time radio programs, and our current series on Radio’s Most Essential people.

If you’ve enjoyed the podcast and would like to nominate us, go to http://www.podcastawards.com before October 15th in the Culture/Arts category.

Thank you so much for all your support over the past year.

EP0507: Rogue’s Gallery: Lady With a Gun

Dick Powell

A man Rogue has never met tries to pick a fight with Rogue, suspecting that his wife had hired Rogue to tail him. After getting back to his office, Rogue meets the wife who tries to hire him. He declines. The next day, the man is found dead.

Original Air Date: June 30, 1946

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The Un-Fun Part of Podcasting

Finished the least fun part of Podcasting this morning as I went through the painstaking submission process for the Great Detectives of Old Time Radio to increase search engine hits and subscriptions onto Itunes. It’s been a long time since I did this with The Old Time Dragnet Show. However, I’m pleased to report that it only took a couple hours to get through. I focused on directories that I found the Dragnet podcast in as well as the top podcast directories outside of Itunes. One directory that focused on Drama Podcasts had disappeared since the last time I did this.

The great thing about this is that with Google, Blogging, and Itunes, much of this is much more automatic than it used to be. Way back in the olden days of the 1990s. It took days to complete site promotion.