I always wanted to blog, but never found the time to
San Jose, CA (PRWEB) February 28, 2006
Libertarian political commentator and rant master Chris Future takes on the giants of talk radio with his brash uncensored take on anything and everything -- current events, politics, work, life, play, and anything else that's on his mind -- all without the chains of the FCC around his neck. And now, after nearly a year of shows, he is approaching his 200th episode.
As the self professed "Michael Savage of Podcasting", Chris Future does a show most weekdays, roughly 20 minutes long, on his commute to work.
Taking to the airwaves after reading about the death of radio in a major article in Wired Magazine, the technologist/futurist/libertarian thought it was the perfect outlet for his thoughts.
"I always wanted to blog, but never found the time to" says Chris Future. "I initially wanted the show to discuss the future, but as I started getting into it, I became addicted to doing to the show every weekday, had more and more thing to talk about, and got more and more involved in the podcasting community. I feel that this medium is incredibly exciting -- I've always been a huge fan of 'user generated content' -- regular folks like you and I creating content. I would much rather believe a blogger or a podcaster than a professional journalist any day."
With topics ranging from crazy drivers, to disgusting acts of Home Depot customers, to how to cook a perfect turkey, Chris Future's show is always interesting, informed and enlightened.
For the longest time, fans of talk radio have not had a reason to get into podcasting.
Political talk radio has been so far underrepresented in the podcasting world. Most programs try to emulate "Howard Stern" type programming and take it to the next level, while many others focus on technology, which indicates a huge audience of early adopters to this medium.
While over in regular terrestrial radio, the top programs are political talk radio legends Rush Limbaugh, Michael Savage and Al Franken.
Where are the talk radio legends in podcasting? Maybe Chris Future is one of the first in a long line of political talk radio podcasters, possibly helping to bring the mainstream terrestrial radio market into podcasting in a big way.
You can find the THINKfuture Radio Show on iTunes, under Politics, Talk Radio or Audio Blogs, On Yahoo! Podcasts, or at the website at thinkfuture.com
February 2006 is Podcast Month at PRWeb. This press release distributed by PRWeb, the Online Visibility Company.
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