Recording

Audio Book Provider Looking for Audio Content

Online Telltale Weekly seeks to partner with performance groups and individuals with original audio content (radio dramas, skits, short stories and memoirs 4/16/2004 8:00 AM Eastern

Online Telltale Weekly seeks to partner with performance groups and individuals with original audio content (radio dramas, skits, short stories and memoirs read by the author, speeches, interviews, etc.) and/or interest in recording performances of work written by others. Anyone with a home recording studio and a passion for literature is encouraged to participate in the "Funding a Free Audio Library" portion of the project.

For original work, Telltale Weekly pays 50-percent royalties for non-exclusive distribution rights for at least one year. Works are offered via Bitpass as little as 25 cents as DRM-free MP3s and Ogg Vorbis downloads.

In addition, Telltale Weekly seeks to record, produce and sell performances of at least 50 public domain texts a year—with the intention of releasing them under the Creative Commons Attribution License for five years or a 100,000 sales after their first appearance at the site, whichever comes first—to gradually build, fund and create a free audio equivalent of an online library.

If interested in contributing original work or recordings of work written by others, visit www.telltaleweekly.com for details.

January

2015 NAMM Show

Anaheim Convention Center, 800 West Katella Avenue , Anaheim, CA, U.S.

February

Grammy Awards

The Staples Center, Los Angeles, CA, U.S.

March