Robotech Voice Actor/Writer/Director Greg Finley Will be Interviewed Live on Talk Show Space Station Liberty

Springfield, MO, June 21, 2007 --( Chris Meadows will be interviewing Robotech writer/director/voice actor Greg Finley on his live talk show podcast Space Station Liberty. The interview will be recorded live, and will take place on Saturday, June 23rd at 9 p.m. Eastern/6 p.m. Pacific time. After Meadows completes his interview, Finley will take questions from the call-in audience, and questions can also be submitted via the contact form at

The interview will focus primarily on Finley's Robotech roles, but will also cover his other work, and his current plans to start a screenwriting career.

Greg Finley was a writer and dialogue director for the 1980s TV series Robotech, as well as providing the voices of the characters Captain Gloval and Supreme Commander Leonard. He has since become a highly successful voiceover artist, and has worked on over two thousand movies and television programs.

Space Station Liberty is the live call-in talk show hosted by Chris Meadows via the TalkShoe podcasting service. The focus of this show is the Robotech television series. Guests and audience members may call in by ordinary telephone or Voice-Over-IP and participate in the discussion, as well as share comments by text-based chat. The show can be streamed live or downloaded as an mp3 podcast after recording ends. In recent months, Meadows has interviewed Harmony Gold Creative Director Tommy Yune, Harmony Gold Brand Coordinator Tom Bateman, and Harmony Gold Production & Marketing executive Kevin McKeever, Robotech creator Carl Macek, novelist James Luceno, composer Scott Glasgow, singer Michael Bradley, and voice actors including Chase Masterson, Melanie MacQueen, Richard Epcar, Barbara Goodson, Rebecca Forstadt Okowski ("Reba West"), Steve Kramer, and Yuri Lowenthal. For more information on Space Station Liberty, see For more information on TalkShoe, see

Robotech is an animated science-fiction television series made up of three separate television series from Japan, adapted for American first-run syndication by Harmony Gold in 1985. In its original run, Robotech performed extremely well, often appearing first in its timeslot in many major market areas. Robotech: The Shadow Chronicles is the 85-minute animated feature film produced as a sequel to Robotech in 2006 and released to Funimation DVD on February 6th, 2007. For more information, see and

Chris Meadows may be reached via the contact form at

Space Station Liberty
Christopher E. Meadows
(417) 429-4050
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