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A New Show for 2017: Odyssey Geek


We miss doing the AIO Blogcast. We still do interviews and special short audio productions, but we haven't done an ongoing show in a long time. After the Blogcast ended, we toyed with the idea of doing a spin-off of it in short form. That idea eventually became a video podcast, of sorts, in the form of Odyssey Geek.

Odyssey Geek, hosted by yours truly, is a brand new YouTube show, in the vein of Blimey Cow and Say Goodnight Kevin, but focuses on all things AIO.

I explain what the show will be like in this introductory video

              

Today marks the official start of this show with the first regular video called Top 10 Funniest Moments From AIO.

             

Although Odyssey Geek is made by the same people that run this website, it's going to be partially separate from the AIO Blog. For one, Odyssey Geek is a separate YouTube channel from our YouTube channel. For another, we won't be posting each and every video on this blog. You can get notified on when new videos are released by subscribing to Odyssey Geek. You can also follow Odyssey Geek on Facebook, Google Plus, Twitter, and Instagram.

We'll still be posting content on the blog's YouTube channel like interviews and lyrics videos. That won't change. Odyssey Geek will just have more regular uploads (about 2 videos every month).

What do you think of this new endeavor? Let us know in the comments below, or, even better, post it as a comment on one of the videos!

Austin Peachey

Austin Peachey is a die-hard reader and audio drama fan. He's run the Adventures in Odyssey Blog for over 8 years and has produced a few audio dramas of his own. He's also worked on the 2nd edition of The Official Guide to Odyssey and can be heard on Phil Lollar's Iliad House.

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  1. Cool! I may not be able to watch them, (I can't be on YouTube often) but it's great your doing podcasting (video-casting) again. Good Luck, Austin!

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  2. LOVE THESE SCENES! "How to Sink a Sub," "Thirty Jays Hath September," and "Broken Window," are kid favorites in my house! I also remember the other episodes. I love Wooton in "Hear Me, Here Me," "THAT WAS SEVEN!" My sister and I crack up when we hear it together!

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  3. Austin, have you heard? GET IN THE SHOW IS BACK!

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