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Geek History, Streaming Services and TV Revivals

With Episode 201 marks a new era of Altered Geek as we progress into a new format. The format will change as well in the full Friday content but the Wednesday shows are more catch up with a topical commentary.

The first section of Today in Geek History which may evolve into This Week in Geek History debuts, along with comments on the various streaming services, and the revival of television shows of yesteryear.

Special shout out and thanks to audiobyalyssa on Fiverr.com of the new theme. If you’d like something like this visit the link here.

Use the Hashtag #WhatsGeekyToYou with what you’re geeking out to this week and we’ll try to feature your topic in a future episode!

We hope you continue to enjoy the episodes and please feel free to respond to any and all feedback methods. We will read and reply on the show. Topic suggestions also welcome. So get Altered, Get Geeky with the Altered Geeks.

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About Steven C. Phillips

Co-Creator @GeekCastRadio | Creator @AlteredGeek | Voice Actor | Podcaster, Husband | Father | Web/Graphic Design | A/V Editor | Geek of Games, Tech, Film, TV

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One comment

  1. Interesting you haven’t gotten the Atari or megadrive mini Systems over there yet? Been out here for months. It’s odd the nes mini sold out in a week yet other two are still in stock, and have more games on them. Goes to show why Atari and sega lost the video game wars lol

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