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The 2011 GBG Extreme Christmas Extravaganza!

Christmas has come early! Podcast wise that is!
Christmas has come early! Podcast wise that is!
D4K Studios

Hi there, examiners! Just your friendly neighborhood Columbus TV/Film/DVD-Whatever Examiner, just checking in and letting you guys know of a press-release that I sent out today for my little podcast, The Good The Bad & The Geeky found over at

COLUMBUS, Ohio , - December 19th, 2011- D4K Studios, producers of the The Good, The Bad & The Geeky Podcast Series (or GBG for short), today announced the launch of their latest episode ‘The 2011 GBG Extreme Christmas Extravaganza!’. ‘The 2011 GBG Extreme Christmas Extravaganza!’, (, the annual GBG Holiday-themed podcast, has just been released and is available to listeners for subscription in iTunes and via their website. The Good, The Bad & The Geeky Podcast Series is an entertainment-based comedy show told from the perspective of three different types of geeks, who discuss pop-culture, music, film, television, comic books, and much more. For more information, please visit

Now a part of an annual tradition since the show’s creation back in 2007, ‘The 2011 GBG Extreme Christmas Extravaganza!’ is an episode designed to break the normal constructs of the talk-show podcast, delivering more of a ‘variety show feel’ of the days of old, but with out losing the edge that makes Good, The Bad & The Geeky Podcast Series unique (see: no censorship).

The most recent Extreme Christmas Extravaganza episode of The Good, The Bad & The Geeky not only features some of the sketches and music you laugh with (or at) by the show’s three leads Nick Nitro, Jon Bettin and DJ Meat, but also features many special guests, including the talents The Gigcast’s JT Shea ( ), Kyle Cox, ( Beatnik Turtle, ( Timbre (, Matthew Ebel (, The Seasonal Help ( ) LANCE (, The Sota Boys, Dr. Elmo and much more!

Hosted by Nick Nitro, Jon Bettin and DJ Meat, The Good, The Bad & The Geeky is normally released on a bi-weekly basis and is available for subscription at Apple iTunes. ‘The 2011 GBG Extreme Christmas Extravaganza!’ is the last episode of the year until the show returns from ‘holiday break’ in February 2012. The Good, The Bad & The Geekycan be accessed and enjoyed anytime at the listener’s convenience. There are more than a few ways to enjoy ‘The 2011 GBG Extreme Christmas Extravaganza!’ episode or any episode of the GBG podcast by visiting the website:

“Listen To The Podcast”: The user may click an embedded Flash player that will immediately play the selected episode.

Play in New Window: This will launch an audio player in a separate window. This is a good option if the user wants to move around the Web while listening to the show.

Download: This will play the MP3 file within the users’ browser, or the user can download the file to their computer and save the episode to their MP3 player and listen at their convenience.

iTunes icon: This will launch a portal site to The Good, The Bad & The Geeky on iTunes where they choose to view the podcast in iTunes

RSS Feed icon: Site visitors wishing to receive new episodes immediately upon availability may also subscribe to the podcast’s RSS feed via libsyn or via podcatching software like iTunes.

Podcast host Nick ‘Nitro’ Arganbright says, "(A quote about your experience launching the podcast and some positive feedback that you have received up until now.)"

About ‘The Good, The Bad, & The Geeky’ Podcast

Based in Columbus Ohio, The heart of it all, as the state motto says, The Good, The Bad & the Geeky podcast features the talents of Nick ‘Nitro’ Arganbright, Jon ‘Paul Christ’ Bettin and DJ Meat (Nathan Haley) who offer their own unique slice or side of the geek spectrum. Started in 2007 by Arganbright and James Dailey, The Good, The Bad & The Geeky was started a way to publically discuss their opinions of all things tv and movies. Jon Bettin joined the podcast adding his musical talents to the show. In 2009, Dailey parted with the show to focus on his writing (as Jerome Wetzel) and in late June of 2010, Nathan Haley, taking the name DJ Meat, joined the show. Ranging about an hour (give or take 10 minutes), the podcast features a day in the life of three completely different types of geeks, ranging from the hardcore to the light-based geekdom. The podcast features discussion from the latest TV/Film News, parodies, music from upcoming artists, and interviews and much more, guaranteeing any listener, from a closeted geek to hardcore geek a good time.


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