Respawn Radio is born (again?) and joins Furious Gamer Radio!

For Immediate Release

DENVER, CO– We are thrilled to welcome Respawn Radio to the Furious Gamer Radio network, the only gaming radio network available through a dedicated iPhone application.

From the ashes of the Sarcastic Gamer Podcast, Respawn Radio is born. With Lono and 8bitBass from and Knuckles Dawson from, Respawn Radio takes on the video game industry every week with video game news, tips and reviews. Respawn Radio, which was launched on May 5, 2009, is the official podcast of, part of the RoosterTeeth network.

Furious Gamer Radio is a video game radio network that began development in August 2007 and officially launched on February 4, 2009. The Furious Gamer Radio iPhone application launched on March 6, 2009.

Furious Gamer Radio is being built to be the comprehensive video game radio network that the gaming community deserves.“It is our belief that while the gaming industry keeps pace or surpasses the music, television, and film industries financially, the media that surrounds our industry does not follow suit.,” says Furious Gamer Radio creator and founder, Lorin Baumgarten.“So we intend to bring those absent forms of programming forward, such as NPR style shows, panel discussion and historical programming as a few examples, and couple them with the incredible community generated content that is already being produced to create a truly comprehensive gaming radio network.”

The development of the mobile applications represents the first step in the creation of this network. Currently Furious Gamer Radio boasts 13 incredible podcasts with additional programming being added all the time, including original programming produced by the network coming this summer.

For more information, please contact Laurie Anderson, Anderson&Associates Public Relations, Inc. at or 303-758-1118

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Contact: Laurie Anderson, APR

Anderson&Associates Public Relations

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