Friday, February 21, 2014

We're LIVE this Saturday on Internet radio...twice!

UPDATE: If you missed them, these live shows with yours truly last week are now up as downloadable podcast archives: All Things Trek Ep. 136  and The Jeff-Trek marathon show!


The new Trek Tour of LA2Vegas film sites... the latest Star Trek Continues episode and what's coming next ... that cool "Stellar Cartography"… the T-Trunk, of course … and finally, just about anything that's hot in Trek trends and topics …. commercial or thematic.

Tantalizing topics? Well, if you and I never got to cross paths at a convention, why not get on and talk/listen with me LIVE tomorrow—Saturday afternoon/evening, Feb. 22—over Internet radio.

First up, try me at 1 p.m. Pacific/4 p.m. Eastern on "All Things Trek" with host Oren, Grace and Deyvid over You can interact with the show live in the Trekradio chatroom there… and for now you can share this huge poster on Facebook!

And right after—mind the gap, grab a bite and a cold one!—I'll be on live at 2:30 pm PT/5:30 pm ET on the "JeffTrek" show over NBD Media. You can call in live for at least an hour—maybe two?—at 914-338-0314, with the enthusiastic Jeff Ferguson and co-host Mr. Goodnight.

And for a shout-out a week early: I'll also be on live on CAMERA for an hour or more next Friday, Feb. 28 at 3 p.m. PT/ 6 p.m. ET on UK-based Trek Mate —another show where you can pop in live to join in, either via the comments box under the streaming video at that YouTube link, or tweeting with the hashtag #TrekMateLive.

All of these live shows will be archived as podcasts you can download later, too… so while we're on that subject:

I've been negligent to thank a heap of other podcasters who have great shows and been kind enough to have me on in this busy season after the release of ST Continues and "Stellar Cartography". They want to talk about my stuff, but in almost each one, the varying personalities of the hosts and co-hosts means we also veer off into current-day Trek talk and topics as well.... the franchise future, how old Trek fandom compares to fandom today, goofy aspects of old fandom that SHAPE new fandom ... and where to put your energy if you want "new" official Trek.

These are all great shows that are worth the podcast download habit, if you are so inclined. And if not—why not try it out? A great way to pass the commute, the jog... the ironing slog.

In fact, with all the Trek attention on Star Trek Continues and "Stellar Cartography", for starters… and with the LA2Vegas Trek tour coming up … I've been on a slew of other shows in recent weeks—and then negligent  to post them. I'll make up for that tomorrow! 

AFTER you take a shot at the live shows.

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