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Live on Satellite

Plug alert: I am going to be interviewed at 5PM today on "The Blog Bunker" at INDIE TALK 110 on behalf of Stay Free!

A quick too-late-to-matter Google search shows that the host is Joe Salzone, a twentysomething conservative and Paulite. As it happens, I'm reading Ira Glass's New Kings of Non-Fiction, specifically, Host, David Foster Wallace's essay on conservative talk radio. I'm a little wary about being forced onto the defensive but I figure I can hold my own.

In any event, I'll be talking into a microphone that will disperse my thoughts into the ether and I'll do my best to entertain.

UPDATE: The taping was fun, the host is not confrontational and I think it went well, even if I was a little stiff.The show will be rebroadcast tonight at 11PM. If anyone listens, feedback would be nice. Here is my own feedback to myself: "Be funnier."

Posted by Charles Star on 04/29/2008 | Permalink

Comments

But Charles, you don't blog!

Posted by: Patrick | Apr 29, 2008 5:27:07 PM

Correction: we don't blog. Much. Though we blog a little more often over here.

Posted by: Charles Star | Apr 29, 2008 5:55:21 PM

Three weeks is more often? How moribund. You're a site, not a blog.

Posted by: Patrick | Apr 29, 2008 6:50:04 PM

will there be a podcast or non-podcast mp3 or (god forbid) a realaudio stream available for those of us who can't listen live? didn't see a link on their site, but my search was admittedly pretty minimal.

Posted by: daniel | Apr 30, 2008 9:12:38 AM

Almost certainly not, though I'll ask. There isn't a separate website for the program yet, much less a podcast.

Posted by: Charles Star | Apr 30, 2008 10:50:27 AM

good article charles. w8ing to hear more from you.

Posted by: Baby Names | Jul 8, 2008 5:42:22 AM

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