Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Gator Radio Experience Podcast #7

A truly spectacular show tonight where we recapped the historic and memorable inauguration of President Obama. A special thanks to Ms. Brown for joining us live from DC and sharing her experience from the day and also to Scott from Tokyo for taking time out to speak with us as well. The GRE Production Team was also joined by Julia, a high school student from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. At the end of the show, we opend up the lines and we had listeners call in to share their feelings, which really proved to be a nice addition to out show (we'll try to continue to do this in upcoming shows).

Of course a shout out is in order for tonight's featured band, Brave Citizens (check out their myspace page or visit them on iTunes).

Again, thank you for participating in our show tonight!

Friday, January 16, 2009

Gator Radio Experience Inauguration Show this Tuesday!

The Gator Radio Experience's next show is scheduled for Tuesday, January 20th at 6:30 PM Pacific time (click here for the time in your corner of the globe). Our focus for this show is the historic inauguration of Barack Obama. We would like to interview a few people who will be attending the parade and/or the actual inauguration.

If you are interested in being interviewed by our wonderful student co-hosts on the Gator Radio Experience, please email Matt Montagne at matt_montagne (at) castilleja dot org as soon as possible. The only thing you would need to connect with us is a cell phone (although Skype would be preferred).

Thank you and we look forward to broadcasting live on the Gator Radio Experience this coming Tuesday!

Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Gator Radio Experience Podcast #6

Co-hosts Kaitlin and Annie discussed "Global Week," which is currently taking place at our school. Annie also shared stories about her recent travels to Cambodia and Myanmar with the listeners. Thanks to everyone who listened in to the show tonight! The next show is scheduled for Tuesday, January 20th (inauguration day here in the US) but we're still trying to work out the specific time.

To see Annie's pictures, follow this link.  http://www.flickr.com/photos/gredandforge/3129663801/