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Just a reminder that on October 17th we'll be launching Vegas Podcast-a-palooza 2 at The Palms.

The show, emceed by Wings For Wheels host Dave Lifton, will feature three live podcasts: Five Hundy By Midnight, The Strip and The Vegas Gang, as well as a podcasting panel / Q&A session. Some interesting guests are being lined up for some of the shows - we think you'll dig 'em.

I'm really happy that Scott Whitney, President of PodWorx, Inc. (Internet broadcasting company) and co-host and producer of the Living in Las Vegas Podcast will be joining us for panel.

We'll take some questions from the Internet audience in advance, along with the folks there in attendance. Scott is an honest-to-goodness professional podcaster so I'm sure he'll have a lot to add.

We'd really love to see you all there, it's a lot of fun to meet the listeners.


Read archived comments (7 so far)
August 28, 2009 6:34 AM Posted by Jeff in OKC

I think I heard on The Strip that Holly Madison was going to make a appearance at our event. I would much rather look at her than Carrot Top. Pretty soon you're gonna need a bigger room.

August 28, 2009 7:23 AM Posted by Hunter

Yup, that is true.

We're lining up our Vegas Gang guest as well - hopefully things all fall into place. Looking good so far.

September 5, 2009 7:27 AM Posted by Dan Hall (UK)

Woo hoo! My next Vegas trip will coincide with the Podcast -a-Palooza!! Will it be a ticketed event or can we just turn up on the day and take our chances?

September 5, 2009 8:01 AM Posted by Hunter

No tickets, just feel free to show up. Last year we had a good crowd but there was room for more people. Should be fine.

September 8, 2009 3:01 PM Posted by Dan Hall (UK)

Great stuff - will look forward to it!
Thx for the update Hunter, much appreciated.
All the best.

September 11, 2009 12:05 PM Posted by Stu

It's not a Vegas Podcastapalooza without the 6,000 listener strong TAI gang.

September 11, 2009 12:30 PM Posted by Hunter

Anyone is welcome to attend the show, however many listeners they have.

I was interviewed for the CityLife article you are obviously referencing, though none of my quotes were used in the piece.

We have no animosity with TAI and Brian was invited to be a part of the show we're doing. He turned it down, which is totally fine. Any 'rivalry' is not real, at least not from our side of the equation.