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LQ Radio Show Launch Announced

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LinuxQuestions.org (http://www.linuxquestions.org/) is proud to announce the official release of LQ Radio (http://radio.linuxquestions.org/). The first installment of the LQ Radio Show has been posted (http://radio.linuxquestions.org/2005/05/lq-radio-episode-1.html).

The LQ Radio Show will feature LinuxQuestions.org founder Jeremy Garcia, along with a rotating panel of LQ mods, discussing the latest in Linux and Open Source. Moving forward, the show will also feature live guests from the Linux and Open Source Community. The LQ Radio site is also home to the LQ Radio interview series and the LinuxQuestions.org Podcasts (http://radio.linuxquestions.org/linux/lq-podcasts/).

"The LQ Radio show is a logical extension of our podcasts and is something we've gotten a lot of positive feedback on. It's great to have the first show live and I look forward to future shows", said Jeremy Garcia, LinuxQuestions.org Founder.

About LinuxQuestions.org:
LinuxQuestions.org is a free, friendly and active Linux Community with over 170,000 members and over 1,6000,000 posts. Founded in 2000 LQ offers forums, reviews, a Linux hardware compatibility list, a Linux knowledge base in wiki format, Linux tutorials, a free Linux download site, a Linux podcast and more. LQ has forums for everything from Linux Newbies to Linux in the Enterprise and has over 20 officially recognized Linux distribution forums.

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