African American Podcaster is the First to Broadcast From an Active War Zone
-- District Entertainment Company announces the "Inside the Wire: Live From Afghanistan with JC Rademas" podcast that gives a voice to the soldiers and civilians fighting to keep peace. This popular podcast will present a special 4th of July show entitled "Operation: Foreign and Domestic". --
Afghanistan (June 28, 2012) -- This groundbreaking podcast program, Inside the Wire Live from Afghanistan with J.C. Rademas, discusses living in Afghanistan with a wide range of civilian and military guests. These are live conversations with service members and civilians living, working and fighting in Afghanistan - a very active war zone, which from a soldier's perspective, shows no sign of ending. Podcasts discuss where the guests came from, how they got to Afghanistan, how they cope with living there and the isolation from civilization, their family, friends and the country they call home. The podcast shows are comic relief, uncensored and unscripted.
July 4th will be celebrated with a very special podcast show entitled, "Operation: Foreign and Domestic". Available for download on July 1st, the podcast will discuss what it feels like to serve in a war zone on holidays that celebrate our nationalism such as July 4th and Veterans Day. Does it make them feel more patriotic? Glad to be serving? Or are they just doing it for the money? Previous podcast shows are entitled "Operation Copperhead", "Operation Bunker Buster" and "Operation Love in War".
To hear more free podcast shows, go to iTunes or http://insidewire.libsyn.com.
The show can also be found on Facebook: www.facebook.com/InsideTheWireLiveFromAfghanistanWithJcRademas
"I was finally able to listen to the first podcast. So funny! Made me miss the old times hanging out and sharing stories! About to listen to the next one. You've got me laughing out loud...my co-workers are starting to ask questions..." -- Facebook Comment:
How It All Started
Over time, JC Rademus has been an entrepreneur, a father and a U.S. Army veteran, but he was born an entertainer. "I've always liked talking to people and I've always wanted to get into talk radio. I researched podcasts and I found that not only was there not a podcast about Afghanistan but there's never been a podcast from Afghanistan or any conflict. I feel I am letting people around the world know how soldiers in Afghanistan are living, who's here, and actually putting a face, or rather a voice, to the people here. People tend to forget about us here, we are out of sight, so we are out of mind. The show is a good outlet for people here (myself included) and something for Americans in Afghanistan to listen to at work while relating to some of the issues. My main purpose for the show is the same of any show - to inform and most importantly to entertain."
The content of Inside the Wire Live from Afghanistan with JC Rademas is adult in nature. It is not suitable for anyone under 18 years of age or easily offended. All names have been changed to protect the innocent, the guilty, and operation security (OPSEC).
About Inside the Wire: Live from Afghanistan with JC Rademus
This free podcast was launched March 22, 2012 and is broadcasted weekly. It is a favorite of active service members and Veterans of the U.S. armed forces. Statistics: 2,000 downloads in the first 3 months with no marketing - just friends telling friends.
Inside the Wire Live from Afghanistan with JC Rademas is produced by District Entertainment Company which is a multi-media entertainment company that produces television, online, and podcast programming. District Entertainment Company seeks to have a lively and entertaining conversation that seamlessly blends intellect, comedy, pop culture, current events, and guest biography into unique programming. For more details, visit www.districtent.net/inside-the-wire.
For more information, or to schedule a phone interview with JC Rademus in Afghanistan, please contact: Leris Bernard, District Entertainment Company, (202) 234-0312 or marketing(at)lgbproductions(dot)com.
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