Sunday, January 4, 2015

Articles for Front Porch Political Talk #1: Changing Times and Predictions

This is a transitional period for our podcast as we shift from the East Coast Conservative Podcast to the next generation of our discussion, Front Porch Political Talk. Over the next month or two folks will see old logos, new logos, new show notes in old sites and new domain names. Thank you for your patience as we make the shift to the new show.

A part of this includes a new recording time and show format. For this week we're going to be looking at some predictions for the new year but in-line with the show concept we'll delve deeper than we used to into the concepts behind the articles, not just the articles themselves. This should be an interesting conversation!

Articles for this episode:
Other articles that could have been included in the list tonight but didn't make the cut due to time constraints:
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Saturday, January 3, 2015

Episode 363: Beginning to End

This was a great summary show for us and for the year. There was also a big announcement that folks will start to see beginning tomorrow. Yes, I'm late on this episode and yes I have a good excuse. Two of them actually…

First, it's New Years and work is super busy. Second, it's the end of the line for our podcast under the title of "East Coast Conservative Podcast". Beginning with the first episode of 2015, there are a number of changes that are going to happen:

  • Show Title is changing to the Front Porch Politics Show.
  • Recording time will be starting at 9:00pm instead of 8:30pm.
  • Work is beginning on integration with a sponsorship model for content.  The more sponsors we get, the more content we can produce.

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Thank you so much for continuing to support the show!  I'm making these changes "in-place" in order to keep the history of the East Coast Conservative Podcast alive but there will be a new site and other resources released as soon as New Year's Insanity is done with.