| | Odd request/favor about Orson Welles
For anyone familiar with old time radio and Orson Welles and are willing to take 5 minutes or so to do this (shouldn't take long I don't think), would you mind writing your opinion on Orson Welles' contribution to audio drama and how that might or has affected the revival of the medium?
My wife and I decided to take some online classes and I'm spotlighting Orson Welles for a paper and was trying to tie in his "contribution to today's society" through the revival of audio drama and wanted to get a few quotes from people who are actually producing shows now.
Doesn't have to be anything too fancy, I'm not looking for a shortcut into not doing it myself. I just thought a few brief quotes from you that are in the audio trenches might have an extra impact.