Los Angeles, CA. (PRWEB) September 7, 2005
Paula Duffy, a lifelong sports enthusiast and founder of Incidental Contact (an innovative program featuring sports seminars for women taught by women), has just announced the launch of her daily podcast which will provide the spoken word for her acclaimed sports blog, ÂYour Daily Dose of Duffy.Â
The podcast and blog can both be found on the company's website at http://www.incidentalcontact.com and offer fans, both men and women, an innovative outlet to hear the latest in sports gossip, team stats, and player info from a woman's point of view.
Â'Your Daily Dose of Duffy' has been met with enormous appeal since its inception some months ago,Â said Duffy. ÂMaking it available as a daily podcast for people on the go or those who just enjoy the spoken word was the next logical step in continuing to bring my love of sports to a much wider audience. Women interested in learning more about sports will find great information for conversation ice breakers as well as fun facts to share which don't necessarily involve straight statistics or the usual sports highlights. Die-hard male fans will also find the latest scoop or rant on their beloved teams or iconic sports figures. From steroids to Steinbrenner and TO (Terrell Owens) to Tiger, no one is spared from 'Your Daily Dose of Duffy,' not even yours truly. You may not always agree with my opinions but you will, I hope, be entertained and informed.Â
ÂYour Daily Dose of DuffyÂ is now available to download to MP3 at http://www.incidentalcontact.com, or can be listened to via hotlink on the ÂAudio DoseÂ page. In keeping with the style and tradition of her blog entries, the daily podcasts will include the most topical subjects from the world of sports, often scooped before many national outlets post them, and are interspersed with Duffy's metaphors, classic wit and sardonic humor.
As an added bonus, every Friday, Duffy, a Yahoo! 2004 Fantasy Football League Champion will offer her football forecasts for each week's games. Given her stellar track record, you'll want to be sure and check out ÂPaula's Podcast Predictions.Â
Incidental Contact was founded by Duffy, a Southern California attorney and sports enthusiast, who saw the need to educate women about sports and the resulting power of that knowledge when translated into conversation in both social and business settings; especially the friendly confines of sports bars. Duffy observed that many women found professional sports hard to follow and thus felt left out of many conversations in all walks of life. She also noticed that meeting potential romantic partners has become a huge industry, yet more people than ever are still seeking that special someone. Duffy believes that the most popular methods such as Internet dating sites lack real human contact and leave a person without a true way to break the ice and spark interest. She endeavored to create seminars and a community that would offer women an opportunity to build new, personal relationships in a real environment, as opposed to a virtual one.
Paula Duffy's next sports seminar, ÂLearning FootballÂ will be sponsored by the Learning Annex and held in Los Angeles on Thursday, Sept. 15, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. The class will cover the fundamentals of football: rules, history, current teams and players. In addition, participants will learn how to "talk to the screen" and "talk to the shirt" as well as how to use sports talk to get ahead in all settings. To register or receive additional information, go to http://www.incidentalcontact.com.
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About Incidental ContactÂ Sports Seminars:
Incidental ContactÂ Sports Seminars are taught in a fun and interactive way that women can understand and enjoy and result in women being able to utilize the company's two main teaching tools: ÂTalk to the ScreenÂ Â: breaking the ice by doing what comes naturally at games or sports bars and ÂTalk to the ShirtÂÂ: knowing how to speak about the team or person featured on sports apparel. Through extensive research, Duffy found these to be very successful ways for women to step outside their normal boundaries and meet new people or connect with people they already know.
Paula Duffy and Incidental Contact have been featured on a number of media outlets including ESPN Radio, Doug Stephan's nationally syndicated ÂGood Day,Â ABC News, Fox News, the New York Post, the Rocky Mountain News and the Los Angeles Times among many other radio, television and print appearances.