Podcast

Podcast

Postby Ken Crippen » Wed Jun 17, 2020 9:09 am

I took some time to talk to Arnie Chapman (The Football History Dude) on his podcast regarding the history of the PFRA.

https://sportshistorynetwork.com/footba ... n-america/
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Re: Podcast

Postby RyanChristiansen » Wed Jun 17, 2020 11:05 am

Very cool. Do you think the PFRA should explore producing a podcast? At the very least, the podcast could include interviews with writers about what has been published in The Coffin Corner, or even the writers reading their articles aloud (a sort of audiobook version of The Coffin Corner). I could see starting out quarterly, and if that works out, moving to monthly. Thoughts?
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Re: Podcast

Postby Mark L Ford » Wed Jun 17, 2020 11:37 am

Congratulations! Responding to Ryan, I know that a PFRA podcast has been discussed since 2008, but a regular podcast is one of those things that requires no small commitment of spare time.
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Re: Podcast

Postby Ken Crippen » Wed Jun 17, 2020 2:25 pm

RyanChristiansen wrote:Very cool. Do you think the PFRA should explore producing a podcast? At the very least, the podcast could include interviews with writers about what has been published in The Coffin Corner, or even the writers reading their articles aloud (a sort of audiobook version of The Coffin Corner). I could see starting out quarterly, and if that works out, moving to monthly. Thoughts?


The host has reached out to do something like that. However, as Mark mentioned, it takes time to put something like that together on a regular basis. I will continue conversations with him to see what we can do to help get the work of the PFRA out there.
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