Join Me for a XX Chat About TV... on the Internet

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Hey, everyone--

Just wanted to invite you all to tune in this Sunday, when I'll be a special guest on The XX Factor, Susan Schofieldand Kim Gruenenfelder's political/pop cultural Internet radio show on We'll be talking about the state of television... where it's going in the near future... and some of today's hot TV-related topics like NBC's recent Jay Leno move, the potential Screen Actors Guild strike, and how the economy is taking its toll on Hollywood. Here's the scoop...

Sunday, December 21, 2008
10 a.m. - just click to listen live!

UPDATE (12/20/08, 7:30 pm): I just found out that we can take live calls on the show tomorrow, so if you have a question, comment, or wanna say hello, please drop us a line between 10 and 10:50 at 323-203-0815! Hope to talk to you then!...


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