The Ghosts of Dragon Con Panels Past II

Posted: July 27, 2015 in Conventions, Dragon Con, Entertainment, Needless Things, The Blog
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A four fan panel flashback to Dragon Cons past with some fun podcasts from the ESO Network family of shows. 1 Earth Station One Special – DragonCon 2013 BritTrack Podcast Panel

“This Bonus episode of ESO featuring the Brit Tracks Podcasting Panel which was recorded live at Dragon Con 2013 on Monday September 2nd featuring the talents of Jason & Rita from “The Transmissions from Atlantis” podcast, Dr Scott of “Doctor Geeks Laboratory”, Sue from “The Anomaly Podcast”, Angela from “The Girls Who Waited” You Tube show, Taylor from “Baker Street Babes” Podcast and of course moderated by Mike F from “The ESO Network” family of podcasts. The group discusses all things podcasting from how to get started, how to promote your show and just how to run a successful podcast. Thanks to all who attended and of course a huge thanks to the crew from the DragonCon Brit tracks for making this happen.”

Earth Station One Dragon Con Special – Downton Abbey

“In the first of a monthly special episode of ESO, Recorded live on August 30th, 2013 at Dragon Con 2013, we are proud to bring you the very popular Downton Abbey panel in the Dragon Con British Media Track. Featuring Mike Faber, Jonathan Thomas , Carolyn Brown & Abeeda Mahboob.”

Dragon Con 2013: SeaQuest DSV 20th Anniversary Panel

““The twenty-first century. Mankind has colonized the last unexplored region on Earth… the ocean. As Captain of the seaQuest and its crew, we are its guardians. For beneath the surface… lies the future.” Earth Station One’s Bobby Nash and Good To Be Geek’s Jessa Phillips moderated a fan discussion panel celebrating the 20th anniversary of seaQuest DSV at the 2013 Dragon Con convention. This panel was part of the convention’s fantastic American Science fiction Classics Track. Join us for a look back at this sci fi classic TV series.”

Dragon Con 2013: Needless Things Podcast Episode 10 – The Toy Panel

“For now, I’m just going to focus on Kung-Fu Grip: Action Figures of the 70s – 90s and Beyond! panel that I put on at Dragon Con (it’s kind of hard to not hashtag that). I was joined by Gary Mitchel and Geena Phillips to discuss the modern history of action figures. In and hour. As Zach Oat told me, “it seems daunting.” Yes, it was.”

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