AmeriNZ 261 – Curtain management

This much-delayed episode was recorded on a Monday! My theory was that if I started on a Monday, I might actually finish an episode before the week is out. Clearly, it worked! I start today talking a bit about all that, including some behind-the-scenes talk about how I make these podcasts.

I’ll no longer be available for someone else’s shows (apart from Nigel’s, of course) on our weekends (Friday and Saturday in the Americas). I’m guarding that time.

Most of this episode is taken up with voicemails and my response to the topics raised. At the end of the episode I talk a bit about upcoming recording this week, including a live show on on Monday at 9pm EDT (Americas, 1pm Tuesday NZ). That show, “State of the Station” is about Pride 48 and that event.

Links for this episode
Snow in Wellington – My blog post with a really nice video
Pride 48’s Posterous page has the recorded “State of the Station” shows
A change of plans – my post about the “State of the Station” shows and how to subscribe to them.
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A change of plans…

Each Monday at 9pm (Americas), I host a live show called “State of the Station” on Pride 48. The shows are intended to provide updates and information to people interested in the Pride 48 podcasting event, which this year will be held September 16-19 in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. We record those shows for people who can’t listen live (we do them live is so that people can ask questions in the chatroom and, hopefully, get them answered right then).

I’d originally planned to post the first Pride 48 “State of the Station” recorded show here, as part of my podcast. However, since I came up with that, the more permanent option became available, so it’s now available directly from the Pride 48 Posterous page. All future episodes will be posted there, too, and you’re welcome to leave comments.

If you want to subscribe to the feed so you get all the future shows, then subscribe to For example, in iTunes, go to the Advanced menu, choose “Subscribe to podcast…” then in the box that opens, paste the feedburner URL (don’t forget the http colon and slashes) and you’ll be subscribed to all future recorded episodes as they’re released.