I'm currently sitting in my office (which also doubles as my living quarters), eating leftover Christmas peanut brittle and planning for a brand new year of vocal tech reporting in our weekly TR Podcast. If you've been keeping up with the show, you know we're currently in our holiday/new year hiatus, and we'll return this Saturday (or Sunday, depending on how things go with production) with a special CES edition of the podcast. Scott and myself will kick off the first podcast of the year right as CES wraps up on Saturday afternoon. I expect the episode to be full of CES tidbits that may not make it to the website in article form. Sounds promising!
After this Saturday, we'll be back to our regular programming, and that's where it occurred to me to reach out for some listener input. We've already got ideas for ways to improve the podcast, like having more interesting guests, giveaways, and cool topics to discuss, but I'd love to get your input on how you'd like to see the show evolve. Maybe you'd enjoy hearing more game reviews, more Geoff sports stories, or as I have been told, "for the love of God please get some different theme music." I'm pretty thick-skinned and our primary goal is to produce a good show, so don't hesitate—either leave a comment below or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, we're still looking for a new podcast sponsor. If you have any leads, or you want to sponsor us, feel free to e-mail TR's biz guy at email@example.com.
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