FRIDAY NIGHT GAMING LIVE
LIVE INTERNET TV BROADCAST FROM COMPUTER ARENA EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT
Friday Night Gaming is a new project from podcaster Bobby Blackwolf which will be a place where gamers can gather to discuss and play each other both online and in person. Utilizing techniques perfected in over three and a half years doing Live Internet Radio, audiences both around the world as well as locally will be able to interact and be a part of the party.
FNG will be a LIVE Internet TV show broadcasting from Computer ArenA in Roswell, GA every Friday night at 8PM ET/5PM PT. Video will be available on FNGLive.net and an Audio-only simulcast will be available on All Games Radio. Audio podcasts of each show will also be available through your favorite podcatcher.
BE A PART OF THE SHOW
Even if you can’t make it out to our broadcast location, you can be a part of the show online! Online viewers will be able to interact via our chat room as well as call in using a toll-free number for those in North America. For those outside North America, they can call in using free VOIP software Skype and calling “fridaynightgaming”.
CC GAMING HARDWARE SPOTLIGHT
FNG has teamed up with CC Gaming, a video game company that started in October of 2005 by the name Console Concepts. Mainly known for creating exciting and unique custom gaming consoles, CCG has offered up-to-date repairs on all video game systems, games, and damaged discs. Located in the Computer ArenA, CCG offers Buy-Sell-Trade of video games, console systems, disc repair, custom consoles, collectibles, accessories, Pro Gaming Gear, and More! CCG carries all video game systems from Atari, Nintendo, N64, Sega, to all the latest systems like Playstation 3, Xbox 360 and Wii.
Each week, CCG will bring either a game console or vintage collectible to describe on the air. In the case of game consoles, they will be taking one apart and describing what certain things do, as well as discuss remedies for repairs. At times, they will do a console repair live on stage, explaining the process!
Source: Computer ArenA