Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) September 23, 2008
Patton Boggs LLP plans to launch a weekly Internet radio program that takes listeners deep inside Beltway politics and the legal world to understand the intersection of public policy, politics, law and business.
The Capital Thinking radio appears on the VoiceAmerica™ Business Channel at noon every Thursday starting September 25th on http://www.voiceamerica.com.
Kevin O'Neill, a partner at Patton Boggs, will host the hour-long bipartisan show devoted to the actions taken on Capitol Hill and what they mean for Wall Street as well as Main Street.
"We are determined to take listeners beyond the usual talking points and into a deeper exploration of the major policy and legal issues of the day," said Kevin O'Neill. "We want a show that's fun to listen to but also actively engages our audience and provides them with information they can use to shape the future of their business and personal lives."
O'Neill will be joined each week by a variety of guests, including policymakers and influential business executives from across the country who will share their experiences and expertise on a wide range of topics. For example, the debut show will focus on the fall-out from the credit crisis now engulfing the financial sector, the remaining congressional agenda for the fall, and insights into the 2008 election season.
"Patton Boggs has a long history as one of the premier public policy and business law firms in the country and Capital Thinking will showcase our vast knowledge base to provide listeners with the information they need to know about Washington each week," said Stuart M. Pape, managing partner of Patton Boggs.
Capital Thinking airs live on Thursdays at 9 AM Pacific / 11 AM Central / Noon Eastern on the VoiceAmerica Business Network. To access the show, log on at http://www.modavox.com/voiceamericabusiness. All shows will be available in Kevin O'Neill's Content Library on the VoiceAmerica Business Network for on-demand and podcast download.
If interested in hosting a talk radio show on VoiceAmerica, contact Jeff Spenard, President of Internet Radio at 480-294-6417 or at jeff.spenard @ modavox.com.
Contact Executive Producer Jon Missall at 480-294-6419 for advertising / sponsorship information or other show details.
About Patton Boggs LLP:
Based in Washington, D.C., Patton Boggs is a national leader in public policy, litigation, and business law, and is well known for its deep bipartisan roots in the national political arena. The firm's core practice areas are Public Policy and Regulatory, Litigation, Business, and Intellectual Property. With offices in Northern Virginia, New Jersey, New York, Dallas, Denver, Anchorage, and internationally in Doha, Qatar, more than 600 lawyers and professionals provide comprehensive, practical, and cost-effective legal counsel to clients around the globe. For more information, contact Rebecca Carr, director of media relations, at 202-457-6186 or visit us at http://www.pattonboggs.com.
About VoiceAmerica / Modavox:
(OTC.BB MDVX), Modavox is the leading producer and distributor of online talk radio content, streaming approximately 250 hours of live programs and scheduled replays weekly on its Modavox VoiceAmerica™ Network (http://www.voiceamerica.com). Modavox, Inc. (http://www.modavox.com) is a pioneer in internet broadcasting, producing and syndicating online audio and video, and offering innovative, effective and comprehensive online tools for reaching targeted niche communities worldwide. Through its patented Modavox Central™ technology, Modavox "takes the search out of search," delivering content straight to desktops and internet-enabled devices. Through its proprietary StreamSafe™, WebcastWizard™ and Stream Syndicate™ tools, Modavox provides managed access for live and on-demand internet broadcasting and syndication, content management, online meetings, event management, enterprise communications and distance learning.
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