Hopefully, you’ve enjoyed some of our Quick Sip podcasts which feature quick looks at something happening in the automotive world, delivered in a refreshing grab-n-go format of five minutes or less.  Click here to find those if you haven’t.

Well, very soon we’re going to be featuring a longer-format, weekly podcast with the three of us talking about what’s happening in automotive and giving comments on cars, life, music, and whatever else interests us. Occasionally, Adam might throw in an ensemble with his infamous Singing Dogs, Aaron may decide to pontificate about some classic car that he and maybe five other people have ever heard of, and Nicolas might wax esoteric regarding electric car-ma.

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We haven’t produced podcasts yet, outside of those Quick Sips and video-based car reviews, because we’ve been working hard on the logistics of creating a professional-level production between three guys who live at points representing every part of the continental U.S. mainland, all of whom are working on a bootstrap startup budget. We’ve got most of the kinks worked out and are ready to begin production, though, so very soon you’ll be able to tune in (online) both here and on YouTube to listen to our podcasts.

As soon as we’ve smoothed out the wrinkles, probably after the first broadcast, we’ll begin taking requests on our Facebook Page (Facebook.com/CarNewsCafeOnline) and here on our site for those who have specific questions or would like us to cover a special topic of interest.

Related to that, we’ve also got a weekly e-zine we’re working on putting together that will also debut very soon!  Both will feature cool contests with nifty prizes (usually related to automotive) for subscribers and comments.  Stay tuned!

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An automotive enthusiast for most of his adult life, Aaron has worked in and around the industry in many ways. He is an accredited member of the Rocky Mountain Automotive Press (RMAP), the Midwest Automotive Media Association (MAMA), and freelances as a writer and journalist around the Web and in print. You can find his portfolio at AaronOnAutos.com.

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