Geoff Metcalf's Internet talk show today will feature as guests WND
exclusive columnist Johnny Chung and
WebRadiio.com Director of Engineering Wasef Kassis.
reported today in WND, Chung was told yesterday by U.S. government officials that he would not be permitted to travel to Philadelphia as part of WorldNetDaily's team to cover the Republican Convention. He will discuss this dramatic turn of events, as well as the lawsuit he is about to file -- with the help of Judicial Watch's Larry Klayman -- against the U.S. Justice Department for violation of Chung's civil rights.
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Also on today's show will be Wasef Kassis, director of engineering for
WebRadio.com. The world's first "plug-in-free" video and audio Internet broadcasting site, WebRadio.com has partnered with WorldNetDaily.com to make possible Metcalf's daily Internet radio talk show, allowing Internet users to listen in without the need for special audio or video software. WebRadio does this with its proprietary EmblazeT software, which works on all Java-enabled browsers.
WebRadio.com describes itself as "a rapidly-growing network of radio stations and live webcasting events from around the world, providing music, concerts, sports and events to listeners twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. . WebRadio.com delivers the widest possible audience on the Internet while allowing listeners to go through the least amount of steps to tune-in to their favorite radio station or event."
Geoff Metcalf, a veteran talk show host and WorldNetDaily staff columnist, launched the Internet's first daily, general-interest, national talk show earlier this month. Previously he hosted a daily talk show on KSFO in San Francisco for five years. Metcalf's live daily program can be heard on WorldNetDaily's streaming page --
TalkNetDaily -- from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Pacific time (7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Eastern). It can also be heard on broadcast partner KTKZ 1380 AM in Sacramento, which broadcasts two hours of the program live every day to listeners in Northern California. The program can also be heard weekends on KSFO in San Francisco.