I’ve been thinking about this for quite some time, but a double booking this week on Fox confirmed the need to do it. Up until now, I’ve needed to cut Tammy Radio by an hour in order to make sure I’d get to Fox in time for either Scoreboard of O’Reilly. We can easily avoid that conflict by having the show start an hour early, which is what I’ve done. Everything’s the same, just go to Talk Stream Live as usual, but at 10am PT and you’ll see the Tammy Radio links.
I’m looking forward to the new time slot which begins tomorrow, Tuesday August 30th. I’ll also be on O’Reilly tomorrow night so we’ll be able to have our radio and TV, too 🙂
This also means, of course, the podcast will hit an hour earlier for those of you watching your iTunes for the show.
Thanks and I’ll see you tomorrow on the radio!
I am so glad you are able to make this change!!!
I was *so* excited yesterday when I saw a tweet about Tammy’s show being moved to the 1p.m. time slot! I would finally be able to participate in the last hour of chat after getting home from work! Imagine my disappointment to learn later that 1p.m. was “east coast centric” and the real time was Tammy time which is also my time! 🙁
I didn’t mean to sound whiney. I still have my podcasts and the blog. And that’s how I’ll roll! 🙂
We NEED you to be in prime ‘fighting form’ for the battles ahead and your Fox appearances are certainly to be considered part of the cause.
I say whatever is going to work to make YOUR life less stressful works for me, so brava on you for doing it! 🙂
Las doce en punto! Perfecto Senorita! lo emocionante! Rebel Yell!
Great move Tammy. Makes your trips to Fox easier (and we hope more frequent). We also get the two hours of Tammy Radio we all love so much.
Tammy, you sounded bright-eyed and bushy tailed. You really pulled it off. And I’m one TAM who truly appreciates you giving us the full two hours while you do what you clearly need to do–build your business and get the word out. You’re doing a great job on all fronts. Congratulations…and thank you.
The 10am PST is OK with me.
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Ben, Gina has the patience of a Saint when she has to read mine! LOL!
However, there are some ‘magic words’ I’ve found to stay away from, but sometimes I fail to proofread closely…and oops…I get tagged. What I do when I find that ‘boo-boo’ is to change it before the comment is locked, but we still end up missing them from time to time anyway. Geez.
Thanks for all you do Gina!
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We’ll just have to adjust!
I’m not complainin’. Even though I’ll only get one hour of Tammy cause I work nights and get up at 1 cst, at least I’ll be able to hear her live for that one hour and, spend time with all the TAMS in chat. 🙂 Before Tammy, coffee was the eye opener for my day. Since Tammy, who needs coffee to get the cobwebs out of the brain? LOL So one hour live, one hour chat with the TAMS then, later on the first hour on Podcast. Nope. I’m not complainin’. 🙂 As MainelyRight said, you’re giving us the full 2 hours now Tammy and, you’ll have that time to get the word out even more because of the time change for you show. Thank you for all that you do and all that you so unselfishly bring to us. 🙂
Thank you, Tammy, for making this change in the schedule. It’s better for us, because we get more of you. It’s better for the show, because now no one will tune in some days and not get a full two hours. It’s better for Fox because they will get you when you are not stressed because of the time. It just seems good all around.
That said, I support anything that helps you personally as you manage the difficulty of having to be “on” day after day, week after week. It’s amazing how you do it.