A podcast is the automatic delivery of media (audio, video, PDF, etc) using RSS feeds. A podcatcher (like iTunes, Juice, Bloglines, etc.) subscribes to the feed just like you would subscribe to a blog, and delivers the media directly to your computer to play back on the media player of your choosing.
When Tee Morris podcast Morevi in January 2005, he was on the leading edge of this emerging medium. The first of three authors instinctively aware of the opportunities podcasting offered, Tee went on to become one of the authors behind Podcasting for Dummies and one of the founders of Podiobooks.com, a ground-breaking service offering fiction for free via podcast. His talent for detail and production levels set the bench mark for others in the podosphere.
Enjoy the ride with these productions, produced at Imagine That! Studios:
Podcasts Produced by Imagine That! Studios
After nearly a decade, Podcasting for Dummies returns to the bookshelves with a new edition and a new look. Along with it comes Podcasting for Dummies: The Companion podcast, co-hosted with Chuck Tomasi. This is a podcast hosted by the For Dummies authors, going into topics difficult to put into print (better heard than read about) and taking your questions in case the book has you curious. Itâ€™s the authorsâ€™ audio addendum to getting a podcast produced from idea to first episode.
When Tee is not writing science fiction or fantasy, he can be found in the world of Destiny, the award-winning video game from Bungie and Activision. He loves this video game so much that he brings Nick Kelly, Brandon Kelly, and Ron Dauphin over to his house to talk about the game. Happy Hour from the Tower features discussion, game play analysis, and interviews, all about the video game; but thereâ€™s also shenanigans with a science fiction bent to be had.
From the writing desk of award-nominated and award-winning authors and podcasters Pip Ballantine and Tee Morris comes a writing show that explores collaboration, science fiction, fantasy, and just about anything that catches their fleeting attention spans. From writing-focused topics to indulging in a geek lifestyle, this is the podcast where you pull up a chair and hang out with two writers, grabbing a peek behind the creative curtain.
The Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences has many forgotten stories in its Archives. Stories of madcap adventures in all corners of the Empire, dark doings in hidden places, and mysterious devices and artifacts that the everyday citizen should never become aware of for fear it would quite undo their minds.
Archivist to the Ministry, Eliza D Braun (recently and unwillingly reassigned to the Archives) and Wellington Thornhill Books (recently and unwillingly assigned Eliza D. Braun) have selected some cases they feel the public is ready for.
A twist of fate guides a lone privateer ship and its crew across a rift in the space-time continuum to a realm known as Morevi, a landlocked kingdom shrouded by jungles and mystery. This kingdom falls under the rule of Askana Moldarin, known in her realm as “The Black Widow” following her swift and bloody ascent to the throne. In the dawn of their New Age where women are the guiding influence in government, the predatory neighboring kingdom of Eyrie and hidden traitors in her own regime threaten to destroy everything she has won. Askana, independent of council, seeks help outside of Morevi to reveal the conspiracy against her…
Enter Rafe Rafton, captain of the Defiant.
It is The Era of Prohibition, where crime runs rampant in the streets and a city divided into territories serves as the ultimate prize. Somewhere in this Underworld of Chicago, an enchanted weapon holds the key to ending The Gangland Wars. In the wake of The St. Valentine’s Day Massacre, only one is man enough to stand up against Al Capone…
…a four-foot-one dwarf named Billibub Baddings.
Podcasts featuring Tee as Voice Talent
- Philippa Ballantine’s Chasing the Bard (2007), Erotica ala Carte (2008-present), Weather Child (2008), Digital Magic (2009-10)
- J. Daniel Sawyer’s Down from 10 (2009)
- Starla Huchton’s The Dreamer’s Thread (2009)
- Chris Lester’s Metamor City podcast (2007-present)
- P.G. Holyfield’s Murder at Avedon Hill (2006-2009)