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Below are the 3 most recent journal entries recorded in KJMT: Fannish Crack Radio's LiveJournal:

Sunday, March 18th, 2007
2:26 am
[jmtorres]
2: Life on Mars
Life on Mars is a British show about time travel, 70s nostalgia, cops and villains, and societal change. Right-click and save as to tune in!

KJMT: Life on Mars.
Vital stats: 22 minutes, 20MB. Why? Because I apparently had a lot to say about this show.
"Devil's Radio" by George Harrison
"Bittersweet" by Moxy Früvous
"Life on Mars" by David Bowie
Audio clips from episodes 1, 2, 3, 4, 9, and 10 of Life on Mars
Invaluable resource of the day: The Annotated Martian, a Life on Mars transcripts plus! site by versaphile


Missed my deadline! By about three hours! But the audio quality on this one is much nicer. Got a better mic. Also I hopefully sound less flat, as I did this one unscripted, just on the fly. Ad libbing it, baby.

Comments? Questions? Volunteers with fandoms of their own?

Current Mood: tired
Saturday, March 10th, 2007
11:26 pm
[jmtorres]
Inaugural show: Studio 60
Here's the first episode of KJMT, your fannish crack radio. On this episode, jmtorres and guest niqaeli talk up Aaron Sorkin's Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip. It is 14 minutes, 12.9mb, of babble, squee, and audio clips from the show.

To listen to this, right-click and download here: KJMT: Studio 60.

Credits:
"Devil's Radio" by George Harrison
"Bittersweet" by Moxy Früvous
Audio clips from Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip episodes "Pilot," "The Cold Open," "The Focus Group," "The Long Lead Story," and "B-12."
Referenced story How You Do What You Do Is Who You Are by minervacat

Things Jul has learned:
I have to record all segments of the show in one session. Clips of me at my house and clips of me at niqaeli's house sound like different people. Apologies for the spotty sound quality on this one, folks. We got off to a rough start this first episode, but we promise to become the very model of a modern internet radio. *grins*

Mwah!

And I beat the damn clock to 11:30. Win!

Current Mood: bouncy
Friday, March 9th, 2007
8:02 am
[jmtorres]
Loose schedule
It's so hard to predict what I'll be fannishly interested in future months, but here are some guesses:

10 Mar 07--Inaugural address. Studio 60.
17 Mar 07--Life on Mars.
24 Mar 07--Scrubs.
31 Mar 07--...books I have read recently?
7 April 07--Will Doctor Who be back by then?
...
...
...
Summer hits--
Fairwell to Stargate (niqaeli)
Eroica (I always come back to it in May)
Something stariceling shows me on visiting (Kyou Kara Maou? sp?)
Kyle XY
Pysch
Eureka
Atlantis if I still give a crap at that point
Live from Vividcon!

Late fall hits--
Torchwood
Dexter

More stuff I can convince niqaeli to do:
M*A*S*H
James Hogan
James Schmitz

I'm sure there will be more. Those are just the ones I can foresee.

Anyway, the point is, after a month or so I'm going to need guests to come on and talk about *their* shows. I went and blew about $20 to be able to record phone calls, so all guest hosts have to have is a phone and a fandom--we'd set up a date for you to call me, and talk about your fandom for twenty-odd minutes while I tape the convo, and then I'd edit up the show. Easy for you!

I'll talk that up more when this has taken off a bit.

Current Mood: accomplished
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