The ONME Network has a new focus in expanding its news and information podcasts
As the idea of "podcast" is being incorporated into many mobile devices, cars and online-access in general, the ONME Network sought to ride this unique wave by taking its focus from video news production and diving into live and pre-recorded podcast-formatted commentary with focused news.
The difference from before?
The ONME Network's former group-type news programs have dispersed into individual news segments with a focus on the area of the host's expertise.
Veteran celebrity photojounalist and entertainment news host Ken McCoy has expanded his Ken McCoy Entertainment Report into a weekly 30-minute show on the ONME News Review, which distributes its original podcasts via ONME News website frontpage, the ONME TV Channel lineup and several external podcast outlets including: Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcast, Castbox, Deezer, Podcast Addict and Spreaker.
Watch McCoy's permanent on-demand, shareable playlist below.
A Different Education Advocate's Voice
Veteran mathematics and physics instructor and education advocate, Chris Finley, will be sharing his personal, profound thoughts, often riddled with surprising facts and normally concealed information, guaranteed to have listeners questioning their own moral or political beliefs.
Watch episode 1 of Finley's podcast below.
Locally in the Central Valley, from Stanislaus County to Tulare County, viewers can watch ONME original podcast programming during the ONME Network's time slot on TV (CMAC) Comcast Channel 93 and AT&T Channel 99: Mondays, 8:00p-10:00p, Wednesday 9:00p-11p and Friday mornings 10a-12p.