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DNR Podcast Ep. 7: DNR Cruise Listener Round Table

Even though DNR is no longer on satellite radio, and DNR 2.0 is still a few weeks away from launching in Jan 2016, some traditions continue! On the most recent DNR Cruise to the Bahamas, we gathered a cross section of listeners to give us their frank and candid opinions of Derek and Romaine, the other listeners, the DNR Cruise experience, and what they hope the future of DNR will be. It is lively, and humorous and emotional and not to be missed!

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2 Responses to DNR Podcast Ep. 7: DNR Cruise Listener Round Table

  1. MikeinChina November 19, 2015 at 5:43 am #

    I really enjoyed the podcast. It was hard to hear, but I turned the volume up to max to pick up Kathy. I was able to follow most of it. I wish I could have made the cruise, family complications prefented this year. I don’t know if I can make a trip next year, just have to wait and seen.

    The segments on “what would you say to SXM” and “what do you expect from DNR2.0” did my heart a lot of good. DNR has created a very tangible experience of community which reinforces identity. Listening to DNR is like scoring a seat at the coolest table in the lunchroom – all your friends are there and you know the scope ahead of anyone else!

    I started listening to Sirius and Outq in 2006 with the advent of a new company car, I happened on DNR one night on a late commute home from work in DC. I couldn’t stop listening – even after I parked at my building, I stayed in the car for at least 30 minutes to catch the end of the show. I’m sure people thought I was crazy, laughing out loud at whatever segment was on. I eventually had 3 subscriptions (one for home, office, car) plus satellite (office signal was poor). DNR was the main reason for having all three – I work a lot, and all hours. I didn’t want to miss a show – that was before on-demand.

    I wish you luck in the coming year with your new launch. I trust MikeinChina will be able to listen online from Beijing, or Jakarta, or Ulaanbaatar (capitol of Mongolia – bet Derek knew that) or wherever else work and pleasure take me.

    Sometimes the names of the places I visit make me think I’m living in a fairytail or a C.S. Lewis Fantasy Novel: last month I visited Vientiane-Laos, Bancock-Thialand, and Bedok-Signapore; but I mostly spent time in a community name Alam Sutera, in area identified as Serpong in a town called Tangerang. Kind of poetic, no?

    One last thought – I think Kathy it the nail on the head when she said something about DNR2.0 showing SXM that they didn’t know what they had. Howard Stern wasn’t the only talent. But he is the only one treated like it. The real treasure in SXM wasn’t in the technology and the auto market. It was the creation of an open forum for entertainment and talk with vastly diverse points of view. I hope the new platform you’ve chosen will continue the true legacy of what you two helped to pioneer: tangible – identifiable cyber communities without bounds.

    PS: still want to see Derek in local politics!

    • j9tigger
      j9tigger November 19, 2015 at 4:13 pm #

      Yay Mike in China! I always loved when you called in, I can’t wait to hear from DNR, as well as the entire community!

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