Southcoast, MA, December 07, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- After dominating the radio waves since 2006, Spooky Southcoast is moving into a new media with "Spooky Southcoast TV," a live video feed showing the audience just what goes on in the Spooky Studio during each show.
Hosts Tim Weisberg, Matt Costa and Matt Moniz will allow an unprecedented insider's view to those who log in while the show is airing live. "Spooky Southcoast TV" is a joint venture of Spooky Southcoast and the video website Justin.tv.
"This is something we've wanted to do since the beginning," said Weisberg, who is also the show's executive producer. "Through the technology offered by justin.tv, we can fulfill our listeners' requests to see just what kind of debauchery goes on during the program. Plus, if we're talking about a specific photo or a specific piece of video, we'll be able to beam it right to the listeners through 'Spooky Southcoast TV.'"
In addition, viewers can make clips of the program as it airs through justin.tv's site. They can then be automatically posted to YouTube as well as other sites.
"We fully expect that if we flub something on the air, it'll be all over YouTube before we even get home from the studio," Weisberg said. "It's a fun way for the fans to interact with the show, and by keeping a camera pointed at us will keep us on our toes. The only downside is now we'll have to wear pants."
About Spooky Southcoast: One of the world's most popular paranormal talk shows, "Spooky Southcoast" began in January of 2006 and airs Saturday nights from 10 p.m. to midnight EST on 1420AM WBSM in New Bedford, MA. It also streams at www.spookysouthcoast.com and www.wbsm.com, as well as offering free podcast downloads from iTunes, Zune and wherever podcasts are found. For more information, visit www.spookysouthcoast.com or www.justin.tv/spookysouthcoast.