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Episode 20: Our 2013 Year in Review

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In this episode, Jeff, Bryan, and Bill get together to talk about the successes and failures at Go Media in 2013.

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We recorded this live on GoMediaZine.com/live and streamed through our Mixlr channel as well as on YouTube:

The YouTube feed is raw and unedited.

Heather was also taking pictures for the Go Media Instagram:

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Bryan (left) and Jeff (right) listen to Bill (not pictured) list through the failures of 2013.

Credits

Hosts: Jeff Finley and Bill Beachy
Producer: Bryan Garvin
Recorded at: Go Media

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Join Us Live

This episode was recorded live on Monday, January 13th, 2014 at gomediazine.com/live. Next recording will be Monday, February 10th, 2014.

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About the Author, Bryan Garvin

I'm a Web Designer and Front-End developer at Go Media. I have major crushes on Wordpress and jQuery. I'm pretty sure I have the best beard in Cleveland, OH.
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