Bestselling Author Launches First-Ever Podcast for Dads

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Armin Brott, America's best known purveyor of practical tips and advice for fathers, has just launched the DaddyCast, a twice-weekly podcast aimed at today's super-busy, on-the-go dads -- and the moms who love them. The DaddyCast is a one-stop resource for dads, offering the latest news, research, tools, and support they need to be a hero to their kids and a lifesaver for moms.

Armin Brott, America's best known source of practical tips and advice for fathers, has just launched the DaddyCast, a twice-weekly podcast aimed at today's super-busy, on-the-go dads -- and the moms who love them. Brott, known worldwide as Mr. Dad, is the author of six bestselling books for and about fathers, including The Expectant Father, The New Father, and Fathering Your Toddler.

The DaddyCast, available at http://www.misterdad.com, is an offshoot of Brott's long-running “Positive Parenting” radio show, heard in San Francisco, Washington, DC, and other cities, and his nationally syndicated “Ask Mr. Dad” newspaper column.

The DaddyCast is a one-stop resource for every dad, offering the latest news, research, tools, and support he needs to be a hero to his kids and a lifesaver to his wife. But at an average of about 25 minutes, each DaddyCast is still compact enough to fit into even the busiest dad’s morning or afternoon commute.

DaddyCast will run twice every week. “We priced it at just 99 cents per month,” says Brott. “If a dad can't invest a buck a month on being a better father, then we're all in a world of hurt.” But for a limited time, new subscribers can try DaddyCast at no charge for two weeks.

Armin Brott has discussed all things fatherhood on hundreds of radio and television programs, including stops at The Today Show, The Early Show, CNN, Fox News, The O'Reilly Factor, and Politically Incorrect. And his words of wisdom and guidance for fathers have appeared in hundreds of magazines and newspapers, including Time, Newsweek, The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Parenting, and Men’s Health.

For more information on http://www.mrdad.com (DaddyCast), or to schedule an interview with Armin Brott, please contact Burke Allen at Allen Media Strategies or call 1-800-MISTER-DAD (647-8373).

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