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Leaky Mug Update; Vote at the Podcast Awards!

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Posted by: Melissa
August 06, 2006, 08:30 PM

The audio for the live NYC LeakyMug will be out early this week; you can only get this on our iTunes feed for The Leaky Mug (this means the show will not be on the PotterCast and MuggleCast feeds; this is a separate subscription) or by direct download when it is available - don't worry, we'll keep you updated! In the meantime, subscribe so you don't have to worry about it.
And while you're waiting, please head over to the Podcast Awards to support both PotterCast and MuggleCast. This year we've both been nominated in the People's Choice and Entertainment categories; we'd like to ask you to vote for MuggleCast for People's Choice and PotterCast for Best Entertainment - this way we can unite behind both shows instead of splitting our vote, and hopefully we can go out to the awards at the end of September. While there, we'd like to put on a live podcast in Los Angeles. So, again, that's MuggleCast for People's Choice and PotterCast for Best Entertainment - you can vote once every 24 hours through August 11, so please do! Thank you!

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