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1-11-2012 @ 3:34PM
I am kinda new to the WoW podcast community, and I have some questions. I am not sure where to ask, so I apologize if this is an inappropriate forum for my questions. I am a fan of Anne's, and this column IS about the WoW podcast community, so i am taking a stab...-Is there a compiled list somewhere of: Air times for the shows that happen to air live?When specific shows are usually updated? (i.e WoW Insider Show updates on Tuesdays)Links to shows that are dynamically updated?I love what Weekly Podcast Roundup does, I guess I just want moar!I know itunes will do this type of thing (a little different obviously)... but there are also wayyyyy too many shows on itunes to sift through the poo to find the cherries, so i dont bother, currently i use this article to stay up to date because Anne somehow finds all the cherries. Anyone have any advice for a WoW podcast noob?
1-17-2012 @ 9:44PM
First off I welcome you to Warcrarft podcasting community. To your first questions is there a list. I've been working for a while to maintain this list of all active on Wowpeida http://www.wowpedia.org/Podcasting there simply isn't a better list. Sadly there isn't dynamically updated list but if you wanted to help make one your always welcome too. As to shows to listen to that is whole up to you since no to people are the same. I would suggest Shows Like Bind on Equip, Rep Grind Radio, Grand Old Podcast, Horde for Life, Convert to Raid to get you started. These aren't the biggest shows but you most likely already know about them. Hope that helps
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