Hello and welcome to IN OTHER NEWS (2.0)!0
Greetings and salutations, oh lovers of fine podcasts, and welcome to the new website for In Other News, your source for weird news since…well…January. Here, you’ll be able to find a new episode of ION every other Wednesday, as well as a complete archive of previous episodes.
Wait, who are you people?
If you’re just joining us for the first time, IN OTHER NEWS is a bi-weekly podcast brought to you by George Farmer (a Kohl’s supervisor/trivia host in real life) and Brian Martin (armchair warrior by day, heavy sleeper by night). In each episode, George and Brian report/rant about news stories that may have missed the front page in segments ranging from “The Criminal Mindless” to “Rearing Your Children” to “Where’s Your Savior Now?” and so on. The show is about 30% scripted and 70% rambling. But the rambling is entertaining, thanks in no small part to the plethora of mostly-pop culture knowledge possessed by the hosts. ION started out under the “DBLR Studios” banner and can still be found at www.dblr.net.
So Why the New Site?
In Other News will continue to be part of DBLR Studios, as it has since the beginning, but this new site will feature ION content beyond just our humble little podcast. We don’t want you to forget about us in the two-week span between episodes (not that you could ever do THAT, right???), so we’ll be bringing updates to the site throughout the week, in addition to being one more place to find the niftiest podcast around.
Updates? Like what? You can’t show me anything new! I’ve seen it all!
Wrong, bozo! We’ve got plenty to show you! Coming soon, you’ll find videos, blogs, and the continuing adventures of a certain urban badass who enjoys wearing kitchen utensils…all with the distinct flair for the fantastic and absurd you’ve come to expect from In Other News.
This concerns and frightens me! Where can I file a formal complaint?
If you want to get in touch with us, you can send us an email here at email@example.com. Also, you are encouraged (nay, required!) to “Like” the In Other News Facebook page for more ION updates.