The poker industry recently got buzzing with the news that veteran media personality Kara Scott would be launching her own podcast for the first time.
In an exclusive conversation during the 888poker LIVE festival in Madrid, we spoke with the company’s proud ambassador about her motivations for launching The Heart of Poker and what the experience of hosting the podcast has been like thus far.
This longtime poker media outlet is embarking on new venture to deliver top-rated poker content and interviews via poker podcasts. The newly-created Cardplayer Lifestyle Podcast Family will initially consist of two member shows, the Bernard Lee Poker Show and the Top Pair Home Game Poker Podcast.
New shows are slated to join the family in the coming months, and all shows will benefit from co-promotion and thus an enhanced, larger audience of poker fans and enthusiasts.
Being able to give a one- or two-word answer when someone asks you what you do for a living isn’t something to be taken for granted.
After facing that question for years, I’ve finally taken the time to outline the various different aspects and types of poker media work I do both on a day-to-day basis as well as via freelancing and other poker-related projects.
Longtime poker media member Bernard Lee is proudly celebrating the 12th anniversary of his eponymous poker radio show. Having consistently delivered interesting, entertaining, excellent poker radio content to legions of fans all over the world, a dozen years on the air is certainly worthy of celebration.
To celebrate, Bernard will be having big name guests on the show throughout the summer and will be doing $1,200 worth of giveaways to his loyal listeners. Read on for more details, as well as for our words of tribute.
I enjoy listening to poker podcasts, so it always excites me when a new one debuts. One of the most recent to hit the airwaves is the PokerNews Canada podcast and within five minutes of tuning in to their first episode, I became a fan. In this post, I give a full review of what you can expect from the PokerNews Canada crew each month. In short, I highly recommend that you give the show a listen!