Online Divorce Radio Show Finds Hot Start

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Partnering with DNN has helped our business and really has helped our exposure for those looking to get a divorce online. announces that its partner site,, has been gaining massive traction for its original newscasts and believes that it has been the source of an increase in California divorce forms. Less than a month after beginning the network's radio show, the broadcast has already amassed over a thousand listens for some of its episodes.

"I'm really excited about it," said Scott Cahill, host of DNN's original news program, This Week in Divorce. "I have worked with other broadcasts, and it took us a lot longer to get the kinds of results we have been getting this past month. It is really impressive. Granted, there is obviously a market for things like celebrity divorce news, but still, we are surprised with just how successful the show has been so soon."

The show is actually a dual broadcast. While the radio show is being broadcast live, DNN's videographers film and edit the radio show, and use that footage to create a video of the show which is then posted on YouTube.

"There really is no room for error," said Cahill, "since 'This Week in Divorce' is being recorded live via BlogTalkRadio. Of course, little things here and there can be touched up, but in the end 99% of what we film goes into the video, since that was what people heard on the original radio show. It is good in a way, though, because everyone has to be on their game every time since the slightest hiccup can really throw things off."

"Partnering with DNN has definitely helped our business," said Lindsey Gonzalez, Operations Manager at "They are great at what they do, and have even given me the opportunity to be a guest on the show, which really has helped our exposure to those looking to get a divorce online."

With economic hardship being the new standard for many American families, the services offered by could not have come at a better time. By avoiding unnecessary attorneys' fees, many people who thought divorce was out of financial reach are able to get the divorce on their own, given certain circumstances. believes this partnership with DNN is what has led many to purchase the company's Alabama divorce forms as well, showing that the success of the show is not localized to California, where the company has its headquarters.

"Not everyone qualifies for an online divorce," said Gonzalez, "but we have a very quick interview that tells people in just a few minutes whether or not online divorce is an option."

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