Audiobook Produced and Directed by Columbia Adjunct Faculty Member Wins Top Prize
AudioFile magazine recently honored Winnie-the-Pooh, an audiobook directed and produced by Communication adjunct faculty member George Zarr, with its top prize—the Earphones Award. The audiobook was read by Barbara Rosenblat.
AudioFile magazine is a leading publication in the audiobook industry. It awards Earphones to exceptional presentations that excel in all the following criteria: narrative voice and style, vocal characterizations, appropriateness for the audio format, and enhancement of the text.
At Columbia, George Zarr teaches Radio courses. He is also an award-winning producer, writer, director, and composer who has been responsible for many audio dramas and for directing the audiobooks Bambi and The Little Mermaid.
Congratulations to the team behind the award-winning Winnie-the-Pooh audiobook!
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