As heard on XM Radio!

I don't know how many readers listen to XM Radio, but last night I was a guest on XM's POTUS '08 radio show. Hosts Tim Farley and Rebecca Roberts couldn't have been nicer (despite my limited radio experience), and I chatted about blogging, the debate, and the candidates.

What's incredibly cool about this is that POTUS '08 is also the home of the new Pajamas Media Radio Show. The show's producer Cameron Gray happens to be an old friend, and it was great to see him again and catch up. Cameron expressed interest in meeting La Shawn Barber (who was featured on CNN the other day) so they could interview her, and I couldn't have been more delighted to make the introduction.

I only wish I could have heard their entire show, but I was buried in my laptop, which wasn't configured to stream XM radio.

But I'm planning to be a regular listener.

Bear in mind that you don't need to run out and buy satellite equipment in order to listen to XM Radio; it is Internet-streamable, and they're running a free trial offer right now.

MORE: Via Media Bloggers Association's Robert Cox, a photo of live radio!

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AND MORE: Yow! Glenn Reynolds links this post and says I should have my own show??? (But I always thought I had a voice made for blogging!)

posted by Eric on 09.28.07 at 11:53 AM










Comments

Aw, man. I have Sirius.

j.d.   ·  September 28, 2007 6:56 PM

I've had Sirius for years, but after they messed up their lineup, I thought it was time for a change. The best thing they have going for them is Howard Stern.

I don't know what happened to the merger plan....

Eric Scheie   ·  September 28, 2007 11:56 PM

That's awesome, Eric. I'm glad to see you getting some exposure. We are all better off because of it.

MichaelW   ·  September 29, 2007 10:46 PM

Very cool. It's a shame I have Sirius (first time I've regretted that).

Beck   ·  October 1, 2007 2:33 PM

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