Jan 17, 2008
2003 in Star Wars fan audio is usually noted for the birth of fan audio dramas for the genre, but as those dramas were emerging, so was a classic fan audio parody, one of the longest running Star Wars fan audio projects outside of podcasting.
Jeff Roney (now of RoneyZone Productions) created a brand new parody series centered around the concept of Star Wars parody and sketch-style comedy. Presented as Tatooine TV (a "television" approach without video, hence a bit of a play on words), Roney's new series would last from 2003 until 2007 in both pre-recorded and life forms.
With over 45 episodes and over 11 hours of content, Tatooine TV (TTV) is a fan audio classic . . . and the emergence of one of fan audio's biggest contributors and supporters, Jeff Roney.
Over the next few months, we will be releasing the entire run of the series on the Star Wars Fanworks Audio Feed. This month, we begin with the first four episodes.
More information: http://www.starwarsfanworks.com/tatooinetv.html