GNET Radio Welcomes Gooch and the Dooshebag

Cleveland, OH - August 3rd, 2010 - Gamer Network Radio (GNET Radio) has announced that further expansion of their online radio network with the addition of Gooch and The Dooshebag (G&DB), debuting on Tuesday August 9th, 2010 at 8:30 p.m.

G&DB is a show hosted by two friends that cover everything from retro gaming to modern gaming with popular segments such as "Old Fart Gaming" (retro gaming) and their ever expanding letters segment "Bagged" among reviews and previews of titles across many platforms. Going on their 23rd episode of the bi-weekly podcast, and just having completed their 60th video on Youtube (where the extremely controversial "Top 10 Worst Consoles of All Time" series is available). Providing 2 unique, and often, different points of view on topics sets G&DB apart from many other podcasts available today.

Gooch and the Dooshebag can be found on with all of their past episodes available for download. Their Youtube channel is where they have had over half a million views on their videos and growing.

Gamer Network Radio, currently the number 1 online radio station available, has quickly become the best location for your gaming entertainment needs. Starting with just two shows, The ESCape Show (Wednesdays at 9 p.m. EST) and Orderly Chaos along with the flagship music request show, Harmack's Block Party, G-NET has grown to offer a myriad of shows now covering everything from European music, DJ Lili's Pure Euro (Sundays at 5 p.m. EST) to retro gaming coverage all evening on Thursdays starting at 8 p.m.

G-NET is currently looking for on air talent, if you feel you are qualified, please contact them immediately.

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