MacRadio Launches Web Page
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MacRadio has launched a new web page for MacGamers Radio, the upcoming replacement for the Gamesome Mac. MacRadio also announced that Digital Droo (a.k.a. Andrew Tokuda), the Mac gaming music composer, will be composing the theme song for MacGamers Radio.
Here's more from the press release:
MacGamers Radio, the code-name for the new Mac gaming radio program that will begin broadcasting on June 6, 2005, has a new webpage. The page has information about the host, Omaha Sternberg, the contest to name the show with a prize package worth over $200, the logo, and will soon broadcast variations of the new theme song composed by Andrew Tokuda. Over the next twelve days, fans are encouraged to visit the page for special extras, like news about upcoming shows and sample audio of the new show.For more information about becoming a part of MacRadio or this radio program, go to the MacRadio web site and click on the "I want to host" button.
The new theme song will be composed by Digital Droo, who many also know as Andrew Tokuda. "When I first thought about a theme song for this radio program, I immediately thought of Andrew," said Omaha Sternberg. "His work on games such as Freeverse's Active Lancer and Burning Monkey series shows his excellent skills."
Digital Droo has composed music for many of Freeverse
Software's games, including Active Lancer (for which there is a full-length
soundtrack available), WingNuts, Solace, Kill Monty, and several of the
Burning Monkey series of casual games. His music has also been heard on
several Cable channels, including VH1, The Discovery Channel, The History
Channel, Sci Fi and HBO.
Ms. Sternberg is also continuing to seek staff, including on-air radio personalities, for the show.
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