"Spooky Southcoast" Now Available for the Microsoft Zune

Poplular paranormal show expands its download availability to include Microsoft Zune devices.

Southcoast, MA, January 08, 2008 --(PR.com)-- Popular paranormal radio program "Spooky Southcoast" (www.spookysouthcoast.com) will soon celebrate its two-year anniversary, and they'll be doing so with Microsoft's Zune service as part of their distribution.

Each week, "Spooky Southcoast" brings together some of the most intriguing names in the paranormal field. The show airs on WBSM-AM in Fairhaven, MA from 10 p.m. to midnight EST, and is streamed free online at SpookySouthcoast.com. In addition, archives appear on the website's blog and the podcasts are available free of charge through iTunes, various other podcasting services and now, for the first time ever, Microsoft's Zune marketplace.

"This is just yet another way for fans of the paranormal to hear our show," said Tim Weisberg, host and creator of "Spooky Southcoast." "We know many people can't listen live on Saturday nights, and our podcasting has brought us a worldwide audience. With the inclusion of Zune in our podcasting services, nobody should be kept from downloading the show and taking it with them wherever they go."

Fans of "Spooky Southcoast" are encouraged to listen, rate and write reviews of the show in the Zune marketplace as well as the iTunes store, and wherever else they can rate podcasts.

"We want to hear from our audience," Weisberg said. "But we also need their help spreading the 'Spooky' word."

Spooky Southcoast
Tim Weisberg
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