The Teri O’Brien Show on Demand, or Three Ways to Avoid Radio Suckitude

Back in the Dark Ages, there were three TV channels, and if you missed a favorite show, you could only hope that the Suits who ran the networks might decide to replay it as a rerun. If you wanted to see a movie, you had to leave your house, and watch it on the schedule someone else decided. Those days are over, not only for TV shows and movies, but also for audio content. One of the great things about living in this age of miracles is that you can listen to what you want, when you want and where you want. So if you can’t listen live on Sundays 4-6 pm Central time at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/Teri-OBrienyou can listen on demand. How? Glad you asked. Here are three ways, the Stitcher Radio smart phone app, iTunes, or right here at teriobrien.com.

Stitcher Radio

Please download the Stitcher app to your smartphone, and then when you activate it for the first time and register, tap on the banner that says “Tell Us How Your Found Out About Stitcher” and enter the promo code “TERI’.

Here’s how to enter the promo code “TERI” on your smart phone

That’s it! Free and easy, and you’ll be able to hear not only the Teri O’Brien Show, but hundreds of other cool shows on the go, on your schedule. It’s really smart radio.

When new episodes of the Teri O’Brien Show air, they will automatically be in the Stitcher App. No syncing, no hassles.

iTunes

Go to the iTunes Store and enter “teri obrien” in the Search button.

See how iTunes found me right away? There’s only one Teri O’Brien Show, so click on the item that iTunes found, and here’s what you’ll see:

Choose individual episodes, or better yet, subscribe. Either way, it’s free!

You can listen right on your computer, or download the episodes to your iPhone, iPad or iPod. If you subscribe, when new episodes air, they will automatically download to your computer.

Right Here at teriobrien.com

You can listen in the right sidebar. Just scroll down until you see the player, which looks like this:

Listen to the last five episodes right here.

 

Red State Talk Radio

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We are a proud member of the Red State Talk Radio network, which re-broadcasts our show several times a week.

There you go. Never again will you be a prisoner to the clock, forced to listen to something that someone else chooses for you, which may or may not be very good, just because that’s what happens to be “on the air.” YOU choose what’s on the air. Enjoy!