It seems like everywhere I look lately, a Friend o’ SMITH is launching an internet radio show. Felicia Sullivan covers books in her thoughtful and funny Writers Revealed; Romi Lassally and Rebecca Woolf address the underbelly of motherhood with a vengeance on True Mom Confessions.
Last night I got an email from Miles Beckett, the LonelyGirl15 genius I met at SXSW, about internet radio in trouble. It’s more about music than talk shows, and intellectual property issues are never easy, but it’s certainly worth checking out savenetradio.org.
Then you can enjoy netradio with Dr. Blogstein. His “radio happy hour” is a quirky take on news and culture with guests who are famous (sometimes) or weird (always) and usually plucked from interactive media. The newest show features Ryan Block from Engadget on how the iPhone will or won’t be the bestest-estest-estest invention in the history of the world. Me, I’m saving my camp-out-outside-the-store-overnight energy for
Harry Potter 7.