Star Chart Films Joins Studio 34 For Film Narration Project


Star Chart Films has just completed production on a new film which is now in the hands of the producers at the Hollywood studio who are backing the movie. Studio 34 was called in to provide narration and simulated radio broadcasts for the film. The title of the film remains under wraps until release. Most of the principal photography on the film was done on location in New Mexico. Studio 34 was proud to play an important role in the production of the film. 

Smart Living Smart Retirement now heard in the Dallas/Fort Worth radio market


​Smart Living Smart Retirement is now heard weekends on KFJZ AM & FM in Dallas. ​Biz Talk Radio now runs the station and has added our show to their weekend lineup.


Smart Living Smart Retirement is a radio show hosted by Larry Ahrens and Chip Stites and is carried each weekend on over 35 radio stations across the US by the Biz Talk Radio Network. July 1, 2016 marks the first anniversary of the show which is produced by Studio 34Smart Living Smart Retirement is an "advice and idea" show about retirement lifestyles, retirement income opportunities and where retirees can begin looking for exciting, new retirement locations.

The Simple Cocktails Podcast Celebrates It's 100th Episode.


Simple Cocktails hosted by Greg and Lisa Mays of Albuquerque just recorded and posted their 100th podcast show. Studio 34 produces the Simple Cocktails podcast. Simple Cocktails is now reaching over 3000 download listens per month. The podcast is available at their website www.simplecocktails.net  or can be downloaded via Apple iTunes. New episodes are posted each Wednesday.

More New Stations Signed To Carry Home Country with Slim Randles


​Home Country spreads across the Midwest and West. New affiliate stations include KCXL AM & FM Kansas City, KTPK-FM Classic Country Topeka, Kansas, KLOA-FM in Lancaster, California and KRLC in Lewiston, Idaho.

We also welcome Nashville's powerhouse 105.1 TheWolf now carrying Home Country each weekend. When the Country Music Capital of the World decides to carry Home Country...well, let's just say we're humbled.