Christian Audio Adventure Tops NPR & Garrison Keillor at Voice Arts Awards
A star-filled Christian audio adventure that is putting God back into history beat both NPR and Garrison Keillor at the recent 2016 Voice Arts Awards, which are the audio industry's equivalent to the Academy Awards and honor the best productions and talent in the audio industry.
Heirloom Audio Productions' The Dragon And The Raven won three Voice Arts Awards Nov. 13 in Burbank, Calif.: Outstanding Production, Audio Engineering, and Outstanding Spoken Word and Storytelling, and in the latter category edged NPR Kitchen Moments (Allison Aubrey and Dan Charles) and The Road Home, voiced by Keillor.
Heirloom Audio was founded by Bill Heid with the goal of giving children wholesome, Christ-centered entertainment that not only engages the mind but also educates and inspires. The company's CDs are based on G.A. Henty historical novels and feature top actors and actresses, along with original musical scores and sound effects, detailing the stories of Christian heroes from history. Each drama features two CDs and spans more than two hours. Free study guides and discussion starters for parents also are included for each adventure. To interview Bill Heid, contact Kim Kent at 815-259-0137 or firstname.lastname@example.org. To watch trailers, visit BillHeid.com.