TalkoftheSoundPodcast-2014-0508 (click to play, right click to download .mp3 file)
This is our inaugural podcast using a new format where I will take questions via Twitter, Email, or Text Message, read them and then answer them as best I can.
In this first episode I take on five questions.Read more
Next month will be the fourth anniversary of the weekend in 2008 when I sat out on my patio with my laptop and began banging out what was officially launched as Talk of the Sound on September 1, 2008.
At each approaching anniversary, I like to take stock as to where the site has been and where it is going. Reader engagement is always an important part of that reflection.
Adding an up/down voting module to the site is a sort of "next step" in the evolution of reader engagement on the site where you, the reader, can vote on the quality of a particular article or comment. The criteria is intended to be the value of the contribution to the site -- the clarity of the writing, the quality of a particular insight, the tone. Articles and comments that are useful, well-written and informative get voted up, articles and comments that are self-indulgent, rambling rants get voted down. You, the reader, are recommending what you believe other readers will find interesting and worthwhile and helping them avoid drivel and dreck.Read more
Talk of the Sound Radio airs live on Monday at 4 p.m. with your host Talk of the Sound Managing Editor Bob Cox along with Talk of the Sound Events Editor Matthew Pryce.
Today we will discuss Iona's selection to the NCAA Tournament, the Mayor's plans to turn New Rochelle into an organic poultry farm, the Tropicana-Monroe melee and whatever is on listener's minds.
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You can call-in to the show on our studio line: (805) 830-8302.Read more
Yesterday morning, a 5th grader from Trinity Elementary School tried to set fire to the T2 bus, scorching three seats in the back of the bus.
This child has previously been punished at school for having a lighter and yet when principal Briceno was called to assist in the incident, he said he was too busy to go outside.
The incident was not reported to the police, the child was not punished and out on the playground for recess after his lunch period.
Trinity's children lives are at risk. How do you think the parents of the children on the T2 bus would feel if they knew about yesterday mornings events?Read more
Talk of the Sound Radio will air live Mondays at 4 PM. The podcast will be available immediately after the show.
EDITOR'S NOTE: Except for today! Due to a technical error (mine) the show will start at 5:30 p.m. today and then from 4 p.m. going forward.Read more
A quick programming note.
UPDATE: I was informed tonight by Station Manager Don Stevens that I am not allowed on the air at WVOX so I did not appear with Steve.
I have been invited to appear as a guest tonight on Steve Mayo's radio show on WVOX at 6 PM then running back to host my own show on Blog Talk Radio at 7 PM. Matthew Pryce is back co-hosting Talk of the Sound Radio. We will end at 8 pm and turn things over to friends of Talk of the Sound Bruce Negrin at 8 PM back on WVOX.Read more
Talk of the Sound Radio airs live at Thursday 7 PM with your host Talk of the Sound Managing Editor Bob Cox.
Tonight we will talk about the Super Bowl Champion Giants, questions about the New Rochelle High School Swimming Pool, and the increase in robberies in 2012.
Listen to the show by visiting the Talk of the Sound Show Page or just click on the play button on the Blog Talk Radio Player (upper right corner of the Talk of the Sound home page)
You can call-in to the show on our studio line: (805) 830-8302.
You can join the chat room and discuss the show with other listeners. Our producer and co-host Matthew Pryce will be monitoring the chat room.
If you have a mobile internet device that can stream audio like an iPhone, Android, HTC or similar, you can stream audio from the Talk of the Sound Mobile Show Page -- just click "shows and blogs", click on the episode you want to hear. For the live show click on the current episode; or click "play" to listen to an archived show.Read more