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St. Louis Blues Radio, the only St. Louis Blues hockey podcast, will be taking a break from recording shows for an undeterminable amount of time.
It seems that the show has hit a bit of a snag at the moment.
Curt Price, creator of LetsGoBlues.com and one of three hosts of St. Louis Blues Radio, will unfortunately no longer be a part of the podcast. Curt has devoted a lot of his time to making the show top-notch. As well as providing edgy commentary, Curt is a big part as to why the show was created. He took it upon himself to create stlbluesradio.com while also getting the show to appear on iTunes every week. Curt handles recording the show as well providing and setting up the equipment each week.
I personally want to thank Curt for all of his help in getting this show off the ground.
A rather giant dilemma we all faced when starting up the show was finding a studio, including equipment, to record each week. Curt provided that, offering up his place of employment, SIUE, to use their recording studio.
With Curt out of the picture, St. Louis Blues Radio no longer has a technical guru who records the show and uploads it to the website. There is also no longer a set of equipment or a studio at which to record.
Jeff Quirin and I (Jeff Ponder) are currently seeking other options. We both are going to learn how to handle recording and uploading, but we still have the large problem of finding equipment and a studio at which to record. This will not be a cheap and quick task.
However, we do want to make it aware that St. Louis Blues Radio is not finished. Jeff and I want nothing more than to provide you with analysis of the team, as well as a great source for you to kick back and listen to a few guys talk about hockey each week. We have had a lot of fun creating this show and we want to continue.
It just will not be a quick fix.
We are open to suggestions. We would love to get some feedback from all of you, the fans, because you are the ones that will keep this going. Without you, there is not a reason to make a show each week.
If you have any suggestions, please contact us:
Thank you for all of your support and we look forward to getting this show up and running again!