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12-29-2008 @ 12:36PM
I won't let myself listen to this weeks show until I make back to work on Thursday. Just wanted to commend Schram's hosting abilities which have really come around since the start of your podcast. I would say second only to Scott Johnson of the Instance (that guy has sexy compression tricks and a nice delivery).You get points for doing it in a round table format though as opposed to the Instance's two person banter. I like that WoW Insider seems less scripted and more of afree conversation than some other podcasts though. Basically keep up the good work, it's a great asset to your site. Other WoW Podcasts worthy of listening (who listens to just one?)* THE INSTANCE - http://www.myextralife.com/wow/ - One of the original WoW podcsts, light on hardcore news but always entertaining. Probably mote listened to WoW podcast.* WOW THINGS CONSIDERED - http://www.wcradio.com/shows.php?selectShow=51 - In my humble opinion the best thing left on WoW Radio. More "hardcore" news than your average podcast with a bit too much unrelated chatter, but it passes the time nicely.* THE GRIND - http://www.thegrindpodcast.com/ - Very respectable for lack of age (in podcast terms), seems to be very similar to the Instance but with more news and less BS. ... to be continued due to limit of 3 urls per post (totally understandable for spam prevention)
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