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Sunday, November 18, 2007

Missing Audio - 11/10/07 Moneytalk On Demand

Bob Brinker's "Moneytalk on Demand" delivered less than advertised.

A reader named "Rob" sent in the following:
The hourly MP3 downloads for hours 1 and 2 for Moneytalk on 11/10/07 only have about 28 minutes of audio each, as opposed to the typical 38.5 minutes. Bob's program opening monologue is completely missing from hour 1 (though it is referenced by a caller at minute 10), and instead it starts abruptly with a call to the show. I find it frustrating that I don't listen to the radio broadcast because I count on this paid service, yet sometimes I receive less program with the paid service than had I listened to the free on-air broadcast. I'm not sure how this happens, but strongly feel that the quality control for this paid service (that I know generates a ton of money) needs to be higher.

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  1. I was mad too until I downloaded the download that had all three hours in one stream. It did include the opening segment that the one hour segment cut out.

  2. He has left out the opening monologue on Saturday for at least 2 weeks now, I wonder if he wants us all to subscribe to the newsletter to get his thoughts on the economy?

  3. The complete show is on the three hour stream. It Just takes a bit longer to download.


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