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‘First Arkansas News’ — now on iTunes

By: 4 October 2010 One Comment

Just last week First Arkansas News received word that our podcasts have been added to iTunes.

Of course, interviews with some local politicians have been on our for some time. However, we’ve got a somewhat focused plan for using that page as something more than a spot to dump audio interviews.

If you look over at the podcast page now, you’ll find the aforementioned political interviews as well as an episode of The Bickersons. Some more episodes of The Bickersons will be added in the weeks to come and those are being used as placeholders of a sort.

Placeholders for what? Fellow First Arkansas News contributor Edwin Smith and I have been working on a a modern audio theater series of our own and, hopefully, the addition of iTunes will allow us to reach a larger audience than we could ordinarily. Stay tuned for details on what the series is and when episodes will be ready to post.

Meanwhile, just access the podcast page here and click on the appropriate link to subscribe to us on iTunes (searching for “First Arkansas News” at the iTunes store will allow you to subscribe, too).

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