Rondo Awards 2018 – Derek M. Koch

As part of my ongoing series to recognize all of my friends who have been nominated for a prestigious Rondo Award, today I want you to consider a living legend in the monster and podcast community…Mr. Derek M. Koch!

Derek has been nominated once again in the Best Multi-Media Horror Site category for Monster Kid Radio. This is where all podcasts are nominated and Derek has previously won this category in 2014. Honestly, I’m not sure how he doesn’t win every single year. He sets the bar higher every week and is the benchmark for all horror podcasts. Derek dedicates his time and energy into putting together a fantastic discussion with fellow monster kids about the movies we all love. I’m honored to say I’ve been a guest on more than one occasion. With top-notch production standards, it truly is an award-winning podcast that deserves to be recognized once again. Check out the website and, if you aren’t listening (and watching) yet, the time to start is now!

The 16th Annual Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Awards ballot is now live and waiting for your votes. These awards are voted on by fans for fans and highlight the best of the best of 2017.

Voting is easy to do. Simply go to the Rondo Awards website and follow the instructions. It’s a little old school and there are a lot of categories, so make sure you take your time. You don’t have to vote in every category and you can always write in your own suggestion because they might have missed something or someone worth recognizing. Just remember, voting ends at midnight April 8!

Come back Tuesday as I highlight another friend nominated in this year’s Rondo Awards!


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