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May 10, 2008 / Media / Podcast

Gawker: Dorky Brooklyn Paper Podcasts are totally ‘awesome’

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It’s official: Our podcasts are “awesome.”

Just two weeks after reporters at The Brooklyn Paper started posting quick-hit Podcasts on the award-winning BrooklynPaper.com Web site, our efforts were noticed by Gawker.com.

The usually jaded editors ran an item on our Tuesday ’cast about the latest Forest City Ratner lie. The Gawker headline read, “Brooklyn Paper dorks make awesome podcast.”

The item went on to call Editor Gersh Kuntzman “pretty cute” (lies!) and Senior Reporter Mike McLaughlin “totally nerdy” (an exaggeration!). It even called our DUMBO offices “glamorous” (completely accurate in every way).

Want to get in on all the fun? Check out our latest podcast, “Meet the ‘Dorks’ of The Brooklyn Paper.”

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dork lovah from clinton hill says:
You dorks are hilarious!
May 14, 2008, 3:25 pm

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