[Perform-talk] Spend An Evening With NLS Narrator Gregory Gorton On Audio Access FM Tonight

David Dunphy djdrocks4ever at gmail.com
Sun Feb 26 21:21:25 UTC 2012

Hi Everyone!
If you've been listening to Jonathan Matte's Anything Entertainment (formerly The Entertainment Vault) show, you know he's had the honor of introducing you to book narrators, those who have done some acting on the stage, and yes, he's even presented some audio biographical presentations on artists from the mainstream media.
Tonight, Jon has done it again with another exciting interview with an NLS narrator named Gregory Gorton.
Join Jonathan Matte on his show Anything Entertainment starting at 6 PM eastern tonight (5 PM central, 4 PM mountain, 3 PM pacific) for an exciting interview presentation with a man who has read for both NLS and the Commercial Audio Book Market, Gregory Gorton!
Greg has recorded over 500 titles for the NLS Talking Book program.
A couple of examples of the types of books he has recorded are The Dresden Files by Jim Butcher and many of the legal thrillers by author Robert K. Tanenbaum.
In addition to being an NLS narator for Potomac Talking Book Services Greg also serves as the director of Narator Development for Potomac Talking Book Services.
In addition to his audio book naration he has also narated several documentaries for The National Geographic channel, The Discovery Channel, Nasa, and he has appeared in 3 of the most popular crime series to ever make it to television Homicide, Unsolved Mysteries which ran for 14 seasons on American television coming in at 553 episodes, and he has also appeared on one of the longest running Fox Reality Crime dramas to ever air America's Most Wanted hosted by John Walsh which current episode count is 1,149 and which is in it's 25th season on it's new home the Lifetime Network since Fox canceled the show in 2011.
As you can see, Gregory has quite a lot of experience reading and performing both in the NLS studio and on the major television networks, which should make this a thrilling way to spend a Sunday evening.
If you're as excited as e are about this interview, then join us tonight, February 26, 2012 starting at 6 PM eastern on Audio Access FM.
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We hope to see you there!

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