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8 January 30th, 2014 Soap Nation Live! with Michael Fairman Set For Premiere On February 13th!

BlogTalkRadio, the world’s largest social broadcasting platform, in conjunction with noted veteran soap opera journalist Michael Fairman, announced today the launch of a  new live interactive Internet radio series Soap Nation Live! with Michael Fairman that will debut on Thursday night, February 13th!

The monthly hour and a half show will originate Thursdays starting at 10pm EST/7pm PST, and feature prominent in-studio and call-in special guests, cast members, and movers and shakers involved in the hottest network daytime and primetime soap operas and web series. Hosted and produced by Michael Fairman, during each broadcast Michael will bring his brand of engaging chat, entertaining and lively interviews, humor, and soap knowledge.

Listeners can tune in at: blogtalkradio.com/soapnationlive Each live episode is also available as a downloadable podcast via blogtalkradio.com and iTunes. Fans can also listen live as the episode streams at Michael Fairman On-Air On-Soaps www.michaelfairmansoaps.com

Soap Nation Live! with Michael Fairman will give soap opera fans the opportunity to call in and ask their burning questions, share their point of view with each broadcast’s special guest about their latest storylines, the hottest topics, and/or the latest controversy. In addition to exclusive interviews with the biggest stars of the genre on each episode, one lucky fan will have their very own “Soap Intervention”. Another will get to  test how well they know their favorite soap character against the actor who plays them, and Fairman. Plus, the series plans on featuring signature guest segments that will take a look at the biggest soap moments each month, and the naming of the standout performances from your favorite soaps!

On his return to hosting a live online radio series, Fairman offered up, “It’s an exciting time in the soaps. All four daytime dramas have received renewal pick-ups from their respective networks. The primetime soap operas continue to be popular, and are having a renaissance; and some of the most creative work is being done by beloved favorites of the genre on the web. With that said, I felt strongly that this was the time to launch a new series that hopefully will be become a listening destination and extension of the soaps for the most avid of fans!”

So will you be part of Michael Fairman’s Soap Nation and tune-in to the new show?  Let us know!

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  1. Ricardo says:

    great news, I will listen congrats michael fairman. We all love you here, in canada. I live in vancouver bc. my boyfriend and I love you michael, you do a wonderful job, in giving us, the scoop on our soap operas. Best of luck michael, we will tune in.

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    Deb V. replied

    Will you ever do interviews with Sharon Case?

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  2. su0000 says:

    ahhhsome!

    cool, kewl, cooooool !!

    I will eagerly listen

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  3. Rodd says:

    Best wishes for a very successful run!!! Will be listening….and who knows, maybe even participating. :0)

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  4. 4everDAYS says:

    Of course I will listen!!!

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  5. heidi says:

    Congratulations Michael!!! Great news… have missed your podcasts!!! Have missed your hangouts!!! Can’t wait… you are the best… wish it were more often than monthly… but happy you are back on with us!!!

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  6. Scott (ATWT Fan) says:

    I will be listening and calling in! I cannot wait for this to launch! You’re fantastic Michael!

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  7. Iakovos says:

    Count me in! I enjoyed Fairman’s occasional podcasts and those weekly shows related to TOLN but… well…

    Anyway! This is great news. The more broadcasters, cablecasters and streamers hear the passion we have for daytime drama then perhaps the genre can maximize this resurgence after a decade of cancellation carnage. I still dream daytime will have new dramatic programming in the future. It is too important a daypart to plaster with repetitive chat show chin music, lame reruns, dismal court shows, and derivative rehash.

    Let’s talk about it, Michael!

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