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3-23-2010 @ 5:09PM
I don't think there was a lost episode, just a cancelled one.i, for one, applaud the move to pre-taped. Live is fun, but a bit of a pain to make time for (listeners and producers alike). I would just ask that you try to stick to a consistent release schedule; nothing frustrates me more than constantly checking to see if a podcast has actually posted. Sure, it's a nice surprise to see a new "random" episode, but i hate waiting. And even worse is KNOWING that a podcast was live on a particular day, yet waiting over a week to see it show up on iTunes... i know there is post-production work to be done, but c'mon, ten days??? By the time most "live" podcasts are posted they are obsolete.Thanks for the hard work guys, looking forward to the next 'sode!
3-23-2010 @ 5:14PM
There absolutely is a Lost Episode. The one they recorded on a Wednesday because they could not do it on a Saturday. That show was never released.
3-23-2010 @ 5:22PM
back in the days of WoWRaido I believe it was Episode 23, but don't quote me, they talked about it on once, but never brought it up again
3-23-2010 @ 6:15PM
Yeah, they lost the last show. Show 133 I think. Lots of people missed this because I think it was edited in later and was at the bottom of the page."There was a complete recording failure at the end of the last show, and while we have recovered the podcast, it's taking a bit longer to edit together. We'll get this episode up as soon as we can."http://www.wow.com/2010/03/10/wow-insider-show-live-today-at-noon-eastern/And this last weekends show was canceled because Sacco was sick. (Hope your feeling better!)After them losing that show it seems like Elizabeth Harper sat them down and ask "Ok, what do you need to make this work properly?"This is what they came up with so I hope it works out. The improvements sound nice, though at the cost of the live recording was a hefty fine to pay.
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