ZBS Streaming Website
We’ve launched our new website, www.zbsmedia.com
You’ll now have access to everything we’ve ever produced, all the Jack Flanders, all the Rubys, all and everything, and for FREE! Gift memberships available - for a month, three months or one year.
What’s the catch? The offer is for 7 days, everything free. After that, for $5 a month you’ll have access to absolutely everything we’ve ever done, and everything we’ll ever do.
You can stream directly to just about any mobile device, cellphones, iPads, laptops, and desktops too. Listen for a week. If you like it, subscribe, if not, don’t. You can unsubscribe at any point too. All of this for $5 a month. Or $55 for the year (receive one month free).
Gift memberships are now available.
The Ultimate ZBS Experience!
We now have High Resolution Audio on USB. “High-Resolution” means 16-bit AIFF, 44.1 kHz. The sound is identical to our CDs.
Hi-Res is ideal for the Audiophile who appreciates the attention we give our productions. You will hear much more detail & depth of sound
And, the USBs come in a laser-engraved ZBS maple wood box. Or, as Little Frieda might exclaim, “Wowie Zowie!”
Get them here
Meatball Fulton, the creator of Jack, Ruby, The Android Sisters, and many others, was asked by "Hear Now: The Audio Fiction & Arts Festival," to put together a retrospective for the festival. He selected scenes from his favorite stories, starting with "The Fourth Tower of Inverness," and on through the decades. In fact, he created quite a lavish production, weaving in his comments along with Tim Clark's music. It's also a nice sampler of our stories, especially for those who are not familiar with our productions. And it's Free!
If you'd like to hear more about ZBS, our new stories in the works, and whatever else we've been scheming, including our stories about The Zeebers, subscribe to the newsletter. Your email address will never be shared with others.
Sign up here
ZBS Foundation is a not-for-profit arts organization. We have been in existence since 1970. Good grief, that’s a long time. Since the 70s, we've been producing radio & audio stories for discerning ears everywhere. Please do consider making a tax-deductible contribution to help ZBS. Thank you. You are a wonderful person.