Movies for your mind . . .
In the United States alone, there are more than 80 million podcast listeners and more than 65 million audiobook listeners, and the audio-only category is growing four to five times faster than any other in the entertainment category.
AudioStories has been established to provide inspiring audio dramatizations of fiction and non-fiction, historical narratives, scriptural accounts, and children’s stories—in a way that engages minds and hearts. Listening to well-written, well-produced, morally-responsible dramatizations allows people to use their imaginations to “fill in the blanks.” When that happens—as it does with good books—the story naturally becomes relevant and makes a difference in people’s lives.
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AudioStories and us.
In July of 2020, the AudioStories team woke up to a startling reality. This year, because of the pandemic, the world won’t have the usual opportunities to hear and tell the Christmas story—in public concerts, plays, sing-ins, and candlelight services. With that in mind, the team—an outgrowth of WarnerBoothe— asked “How can we fill the gap and bless the world?” The answer to that question was NATIVITY.
For nearly 20 years now, the team behind NATIVITY have contributed to the most-watched Christmas specials on PBS, creating original or newly adapted Christmas stories that have been presented by world class performers including Tom Brokaw, Jane Seymour, Hugh Bonneville, Kristen Chenoweth, the Sesame Street Muppets, and many others.
The AudioStories team includes producers, writers, composers, performers, and engineers who have worked together on a variety of creative endeavors over twenty years. David Warner and Ross Boothe, founding partners, continue to provide consulting to major organizations in the areas of media, technology, music, live performances and events, tourism, education, and multi-cultural outreach. They are the creators of major live productions and films, a groundbreaking app called StoryMedia (used by Adobe, Canvas, Broadway’s “Dear Evan Hansen,” and others to create user-generated content), and the Everyone Leads initiative.