FROM BRIDGE PUBLICATIONS
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

RENÉ AUBERJONOIS RECEIVES UNPRECEDENTED
DOUBLE NOMINATION FOR BOOK READING

LOS ANGELES - For the first time in the history of the Golden Headset Best Reader Award, one reader-narrator, René Auberjonois - has received two nominations for the coveted accolade, bestowed annually by Audio World, the nationally syndicated audio review column.

Auberjonois, who read four audios released during the past year, was nominated for his performances in Bridge Audio's production of "Slaves of Sleep & The Masters of Sleep," a spellbinding fantasy by L. Ron Hubbard, and for the Dove Audio production of "The List of Seven," a modern day thriller by Mark Frost.

Artwork courtesy of Janet D'Airo

In releasing the news of the 1994 Golden Headset Award nominees, Audio World's Bennet Pomerants said that although five to seven readers are customarily nominated, this year's field of talent was so outstanding that the list could not be kept to that size and still authentically reflect the rich diversity of eligible talent in this burgeoning one billion dollar market.

The full list of nominations for Golden Headset Best Reader are: Yareli/arismendi for "Like Water for Chocolate" (BDD Audio), René Auberjonois (Twice) for "Slaves of Sleep & The Masters of Sleep" (Bridge Audio) and "The List of Seven" (Dove Audio), David Dukes for "Centennial" (Publishing Mills), Hector Elizondo for "The Pearl" (Penguin Highbridge), John Heard for "Shoeless Joe" (Durkin Hayes), Ben Kingsley for "Schindler's List" (Simon & Schuster), John Lithgow for "Disclosure" (Random House), Teresa Salanda for "Angie I Says" (Publishing Mills) and Paul Winfield for "Black Betty" (Audio Renaissance).


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