John Alsedek

John Alsedek

You could read the show notes from The Malliard Report’s many recorded podcasts as lots of people do but you’d be shortchanging yourself. For the best of what the show has to offer you really need to listen to the recorded shows as increasing numbers of people are doing. You’ll get more information, more details and just more of everything you want to know.
From the far beyond to the close to home, Jim Malliard, the host of “The Malliard Report,” entertains his audience with insightful interviews with a variety of interesting guests from all walks of life, including celebrities like Loyd Auerbach or New York Times Best Selling Author Jim Defelice.
Jim explores the back story, the hidden story, the things others host’s are afraid to touch. From the secrets of the paranormal to Paula Dean to the Government Spying on us, no topic is too taboo for Jim to ignore. The Malliard Report brings it all to you. Full bore. Jim says Bring it on, bring it on, nothin’ we can’t handle.
There’s the show and then there’s the show notes which give brief details for those on the run who really don’t have time to listen. But again, you are short changing yourself if you only read the show notes. Just listen to a few shows and you’ll be convinced that the show is your best bet.
In 2014, The Malliard Report was downloaded over 135,000 times! Up from 56,600 in 2013. Listeners come from all walks of life and are from all across the world, but share the common interest of paranormal events and activities. We have an average of 110 live listeners across different networks during each show. The Malliard Report has not gone unnoticed by critics. It’s ranked within the coveted top 4,000 shows on Stitcher and is closing in quickly on the top 100 of its category . Off the air, the interactions with fans doesn’t stop there! Our social media reach expands to 60,000 people that fit the perfect avatar of a customer and fan.
What are you waiting for? The show notes are good but listening to the recorded live shows is even better. Set aside some time and pick a show. Gather your friends, have a listening party, ask questions, come up with your own theories, and share them on an upcoming show. Take a few minutes and I’m sure once you listen to a few shows you’ll want to join our growing audience of dedicated and committed fans. We have the information that you’ve always wanted to know. We ask the questions others are afraid to ask and get the answers others are afraid to say. We are The Maillard Report. Listen today.

Original Show Notes

John Alsedek

The Malliard Report

John is from Blue House Productions, North America’s #1 radio drama! Revival of the classic anthology series,
 SUSPENSE is on over 150 radio stations worldwide, and also at and 

27 episodes have been made with 48 in total to be made.

Why did john start the series?

What does he enjoy the most about doing the series and what does he least like?

What’s the hardest part of making the Suspense series for John, the writing or the post-production?

John describes what a regular day of making the series consists of.

How long does it normally take from script to finished episode?

John talks about his plans for the future of the Suspense series and about a new series on the horizon.

What are John’s views on public radio and where is it going?

Suspense is currently on 150 networks with 100 more coming by the end of 2014.

John gives some tips for people wanting to start an audio drama.

Who would John’s dream cast to work consist of?

You can find John Alsedek on Twitter @BlueHours

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