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A New Generation of Audio Drama Makes Debut in November with "Silver Spring Inquiries"

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SILVER SPRING, Md. - Oct. 27, 2016 - EntSun -- Createrly, LLC, a Silver Spring, MD-based creative production company will release the first season of the "Silver Spring Inquiries," a modern noir audio drama series. Developed by director/producer Nate Fisher, the "Silver Spring Inquiries" web serial aims to usher in a new generation of audio drama and other local creative productions in the D.C., Maryland and Virginia regions.

This is the first major production from Createrly. Createrly will continue to develop premium entertainment experiences that push the boundaries of storytelling across digital mediums (audio, video, and immersive experiences) developed by creative talent throughout the Silver Spring region.

"Silver Spring Inquiries" is inspired by classic radio shows, but also pushes the boundaries of oral storytelling by applying techniques commonly used in visual narratives.

"The approach we took to this project was heavily influenced by programs such as 'The Wire', 'Serial', and similar genres," said Nate Fisher, the writer, director and producer behind the 'Silver Spring Inquiries.'"

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"We set out to create a new audio narrative experience for audiences to connect with and enjoy. I wanted to create a full and genuine experience within the medium... something that felt more akin to what audiences would experience if sound were stripped right out of a movie. I really refused to be confined by any of the limitations in working with only sound," says Fisher.

An extended trailer for the first season of Silver Spring Inquiries has been released and can be found by visiting:


To listen in on Fisher's views regarding "Silver Spring Inquiries" and other emerging opportunities in storytelling visit:


If you would like to schedule a briefing or interview with Nate Fisher contact:

Lane Cooper

Mindshare Capture


415 646 6592

Source: Createrly LLC
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