The launch of The Obstructed View podcast in early 2010 turned out to be nothing short of a complete success, and now that success comes here to TPL. Along with a new home, the show has received a new name: The Production Hour. While the name may have changed, the characters are still the same. Chris Hollis returns to the captain’s chair for a third season, alongside Michael Petrella, Rob Discher and TPL’s resident artist, Stevie Foster. Of course, we can’t forget about all of those great members of the Red Wings blogging community, and they’ll be stopping by the show on the regular as well. In addition, TP:60 will feature more personalities from around the NHL, as well as some of those names you’ve come to recognize across both Twitter and the blogosphere, as we continue to strive to bring you the freshest content and opinions that we can get our hands on.
So kick back, relax and get productive with The Production Hour.
Patriotism abounds on the newest episode of TP:60 as we welcome back Greg (@captnorris5) from The Winged Wheel and also welcome good friend Mike Serven (@mserven) – owner of the @RedWingsFeednews stream – to the show. Nothing is off limits with these guys in the house, and the discussion kicks off with a brief overview of Greg’s wall art before diving straight in to the current state of the Red Wings. We kick around the idea of the Wings rallying back to make this a series again before diving into a plethora of Twitter questions from you, the listeners. Topics include Justin Abdelkader’s stick work, the health of the Mule, breaking up the twins and whether or not Todd McLellan is a better coach than Mike Babcock. Serven’s presence also re-ignites the TP:60 “Night of Enchantment” question series, and there’s even a call to action for all of you listeners out there.
Next Show: TBD
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The Production Hour’s music was created especially for us by a very talented writer and producer, and we’re extremely lucky to have his work attached to our program. Check out the following links to get more information on Brandon Langer: