Saturday, June 12, 2010

At Last, The Rebecca Juro Show Returns! Live Test Show Sunday June 13th, 7pm Eastern

It took a while longer than we'd anticipated, but it's finally here! The Rebecca Juro Show returns to the cyber-airwaves for a live one-hour test show tomorrow, Sunday, June 13th at 7pm eastern, and we need your help!

We've got lots of new and cool things planned for our big premiere, but this test show is mainly intended to give our new studio setup a workout. We want to know how it looks and sounds to you, our listeners. We're going to ask you to call in and help us test our phones lines, tell us how we sound and how the video looks, and basically let us know if all the tech Engineer Mike Scott and I have put together is working the way it's supposed to. Along with that, we'll be having a full hour of talk, fun, and maybe even a few surprises. If it all goes as we hope, we're planning on an official full-on premiere for this coming Thursday, June 17th, 7-9pm eastern.

How to tune in:

48K audio stream:

Our show page with video:

Watch for more info before the show, including (hopefully) the link for our high-quality 96K stream.

See you tomorrow night, Sunday, June 13th, 7pm eastern! Trust me, this is gonna rock!


jonichristian said...

I would like to talk to you about the possibility of putting a book together.

I AM Transgender...
a spiritual blessing.

It is a personal reflection of "what the title says to you."

I would like to get a collection of stories that experience the spirit of the stillspeaking God.

This is truly a subjective effort on your own experience.

I, personally have come to embrace the name, 'transgender.'

I believe that this is a spiritual blessing to me, such as the term 'twin spirit.'

I believe that God has given me this beautiful name to express the divine balance of the masculine and the feminine. There is male and female.

I AM transgender. I was called to take this name, just as Peter was given his name.

Blessings, always


Joni Christian
"Be careful who you hate,
they may just be someone you love."

Unknown said...

That's a nice idea, Joni, but I'm not a religious person. In fact, I believe it's the way that Christianity and other religions are used as a shield for anti-LGBT hatred and bigotry that is one of our community's biggest problems to overcome.

I advocate the strengthening of the separation of church and state. I believe religion should be a private and personal issue and should play no part in our government or our politics.

So, I suspect I'm probably not the kind of writer you're looking for.