As we embark on a new football season, there are some slight changes in how we'll be delivering our coverage of the Georgia football team. Stories and normal blog items will still be handled the same, but some our other ventures have changed:
- The Seth and Gentry Show is transitioning from a weekly video to a podcast, which will be available two or three times a week. Hopefully three, depending on the workload, to be posted on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Our first shows begin this week, and we're quite excited about it.
The podcasts, which will range from a half-hour to an hour, will be posted here on the blog, and will also be available as an app through vsporto.com. The show is part of the launch of Dawg Sports Radio, and for more info you should follow @dawgsradio on Twitter.
Please bear with us the first show or two, as we're getting used to the process. But I think y'all are gonna like the show; Gentry and I have always wrapped up long phone calls or discussions in the media work room by saying: "You know, we should have a radio show to hold these talks."
Now we do.
- The mailbag is not completely dead, but for now I'm going to focus on live chats as a way to answer reader questions. We're aiming for a set day and time - Thursday at 3 p.m. is the current leader - and will let you know for sure now.
We'll also be soliciting reader questions to answer on the podcast. As for the mailbag, while it's been a popular feature it's also somewhat time-consuming, so I'm going to see how it works limiting the questions to the live chat, when we can knock everything out in an hour or 90 minutes. But if the hue and cry is too much to ignore, we'll return the mailbag.
- Finally, I'd also like to repeat a stipulation about reader interaction that I've made before, but haven't done a good job of sticking to. Simply put, it's this: If you post a question to me on the comments section of a story, I will almost always respond. That, along with the live chat and the podcast, are the preferred methods for replying to questions.
Thanks for reading. This is my fifth year on the beat - I'm a redshirt senior - and .... well, I don't have a snarky way of finishing that sentence. I just needed a snappy way to finish this post. So there you go.