On Sunday, Marlin Maniac had its second live “FishCast” podcast!
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Jay Ramos, Mike Sonbeek, and most of the staff were on the Pod talking about the past week of Marlins baseball, we also discussed the latest news and drama surrounding the Miami Marlins.
Marlin Maniac started this podcast last week and will continue to have weekly live podcasts starting at 8PM every Sunday. We want the fans to get involved by sending us questions to answer on the Podcast! You can email your questions to FishCast@yahoo.com or tweet them our twitter @MarlinManiac.
You can watch the second episode here:
The point of these podcasts is so we can give the fans a weekly update on the Fish and talk about all things Miami Marlins baseball. We like to talk about the past week and the upcoming games and talk about all the news surrounding the club.
Remember to send your questions in all week and we promise to answer all of them. See you Sunday at 8PM!
Follow the hosts of the podcast
Dillon Murrell- @Dilscorner
Mike Sonbeek- @dutchbeek
Jay Ramos- @Jay1Ramos
Also, FanSided received some great news yesterday, as the network was acquired by Time Inc. Here are more details from co-founder Adam Best:
"Loyal Fans and Readers,When we founded FanSided, we were just two brothers/fans who felt our voices weren’t properly represented when it came to the teams and topics we loved. We believed that our fellow fans craved intelligent content crafted from their perspective. When you are a fan, a real die-hard fan of something, that is part of your identity. You simply cannot get enough info and, perhaps more importantly, insight around your favorite teams and topics. We wanted to create a brand of content unafraid of adopting the fan POV. We’ve always been unabashedly fanatic about the categories we cover, and we always will be. That is why FanSided was conceived: to side with the fans.As fans, you want passion, you want perspective, you want coverage that pokes, prods and projects. Perhaps above all else, you want to feel a part of the process. We’ve built a network of sites dedicated to serving fans in the spirit of candor, curiosity and community. We feel we’ve done so without losing sight of the professionalism previously established by more traditional publishing outlets.300+ sites, roughly 1,500+ contributors and millions and millions of readers later, FanSided officially joins the Time Inc. family. What does this mean for you? It means lots of great things ahead, but there are no immediate plans to change the way you currently access and use our FanSided sites. Our core team will be sticking around to ensure we deliver more coverage, better products and even higher quality to service you, the fan. Our longstanding partnership with Sports Illustrated will only grow. Strategically, we will be more ambitious in our effort to be the one-stop shop for the most fanatical of fans. Additionally, we’ll be a sibling brand to other iconic Time brands like Entertainment Weekly and People. Overall, this will add up to a bigger, better fan experience.We want to thank you for allowing us to go from being a bootstrapped company run by two brothers to one of Time’s iconic brands. It was your loyalty as fellow fans and readers that got us here, along with the hard work and ingenuity of the terrific group of FanSiders we’ve been fortunate enough to call our team. We promise you that we will continue to do everything we can to make your experiences as fans as fun and fruitful as possible.Thank you for reading,FanSided Founders Adam and Zach Best"
While this is great news for the network, the network is not going to change how we post. We’ll still be that great interactive network for all fans.
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