I know this blog doesn't get a ton of traffic, but for those of you who happen upon this page, I want to inform/remind you that we've been publishing episodes of the Joe & Joe Sports radio show (through TalkShoe.com) at a torrid pace (two in the past month). We've got another episode scheduled for tomorrow night (Thursday the 31st), and we'd love to have some more live listeners. At this point we don't have a mechanism for involving our listeners in the broadcast, but we do have an e-mail address (firstname.lastname@example.org), and we love hearing from our listeners. Also, depending on the quantity and quality of emails, we're looking at adding a small segment during which we read and respond to emails on the show, so for the time being, that's your best shot to have some input on the show.
TalkShoe also has all of our previous shows archived (there's a direct link to our show's archive to the right), so feel free to reach back into the past and have a listen. Mostly we talk about football, but we do touch on a few other topics, and since the football season will be coming to a close shortly, we'll have to start looking elsewhere to generate content for our shows.
Also, I'm working with a few of my fellow sports junkies on production of another show. It's still in the formative stages, but it would be in the vein of a certain ESPN show. I'll leave it to you to think about which show that might be.
Wednesday, January 30, 2008
Joe & Joe Sports
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