New episodes of The Tony Bruno Show and BGN Radio are up today. They are, of course, available at LibertyBroadcast.co, along with our most recent show– an interview with (@FanSince09) and Dave Warner of WhatYouPayForSports.com.
This week: Special guests include Charles Barkley, John Avello of the Wynn Las Vegas, Tony Luke Jr., and yours truly.
This week: The guys welcome Eagles tackle Beau Allen and Cardinals writer Kent Sommers, discuss national media pundits who have it all wrong, what it will take to beat the Cardinals, and more. Also, Week 8 fantasy show.
This week: An interview with (@FanSince09) and a cord-cutting discussion with Dave Warner of WhatYouPayForSports.com.
Here’s the challenge: If you listen to sports talk radio at work, in the car, or on your headphones, pick one day (or one weekend), and listen to our selection of shows at LibertyBroadcast.co. To choose from, you have: Legend Tony Bruno unchained on The Tony Bruno Show… the smartest, most sane and interesting Eagles discussion anywhere on the Earth on BGN Radio… and the Crossing Broad director’s commentary and interviews with interesting people on our show, Crossing Streams. Listen to one of each, and if you’re not sold that podcasts are a better medium than talk radio, I’ll give you 30 seconds – unedited – on a future podcast to tell me why I’m an idiot. No questions asked. However, if you agree that podcasts are awesome and will load up LibertyBroadcast.co every morning to get you through your commute and the day… well then, I’ll give you 90 seconds.
Recommended situations in which to listen to podcasts: driving, working out, walking the dog, raking the leaves, shoveling the snow, at your desk, in your bed, paying your bills, having a cold one after work, driving, driving, driving, driving, and on a plane or train or in an automobile, which is to say, driving.
Recommended podcast apps: Android– Stitcher (which just today – like, as I wrote this – got bought by Deezer), iOS– Overcast.
Listen at LibertyBroadcast.co, and then subscribe to the individual shows for ease of listening.