Introducing AVRant - Audioholics Official Podcast and Blog
OK, we've done it - Audioholics has a podcast. It's approximately 60 minutes and will be produced weekly and posted at the AVRant.com website.
In an effort to provide a more... irreverent take on issues, products and technology affecting home theater and two-channel audio, Audioholics, through the Home Theater Alliance, has produced the AVRant weekly podcast and blog. AVRant is the consumer's source for entertaining AV news and opinion.
AVRant is hosted by Audioholics Associate Editor, Tom Andry, and resident "geek basher" Dina Clarke (the wife of Staff Writer J. Walker Clarke). Tom's role is clear - make audio and video news interesting while interjecting some review commentary as well as discussing new product info. Dina Clarke cuts Tom's "tech-speak" down to size and ensures that wives everywhere will rejoice in knowing that someone is keeping an AV geek in line.
The weekly Rant will be be posted and Blog commentary from several Audioholics staff writers will be available for members connecting to the AVRant community. Bloggers currently include Tom Andry, Clint DeBoer, J. Walker Clarke, and co-host Dina Clarke among others.
Got a question you
want answered on the Podcast or maybe just a comment? You can call
978-OFF-RANT and leave a voicemail. Questions left on the Offline Rant line may be utilized in the following week's show and AVRant is looking to expand immediately into a second weekly show to address user questions regarding connecting and selecting home theater equipment.
Blog comments are welcome on the AVRant website The first comment users post on the AVRant blogs
is moderated (this keeps out the spammers.) After that, users can post freely.
We're looking forward to revealing a much different and more candid side of the Home Theater Alliance and its members through AVRant. Please visit www.avrant.com for more information.
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Edit: I never imagine I would hear “stroker” and “meat” in the same sentence on a A/V blog.
Now I know where you guys have been hiding
Glad to see you finally kicked this project off.