The Luke Norris Podcast Experience

Perhaps that title is a little misleading, as I’m not doing a specific podcast for The Luke Norris Experience, not yet anyway, but over the last six months, podcasting has become an important part of building my personal brand. About a year after I started writing for Binge Media, I had a conversation with the powers that be about doing my own show, as the Binge Sports brand had gotten a decent following. They were looking to expand their network anyway, so that’s how the Binge SportsCast came to be.

We started with a little test run, just to gauge a response, which turned out very well, and we were off and running. The Binge SportsCast officially premiered on April 22, and since its inception, it’s gotten a nice little following and will only continue to grow. So, I decided it was finally time for you to have a place to access all of the shows that I’ve done. I mean, you can access all of Binge Media’s podcasts on iTunes, but if you’re looking for my shows, I invite you to check out the new “Podcasts” page. Technically, it’s two pages, as one is dedicated to the Binge SportsCast, while the other is dedicated to the guest spots I’ve done on other shows on the network, including the “Up Close and Personal w/ Luke Norris” show that I did back in June, which was an absolutely amazing experience.

If you’re already a listener, then I appreciate it. If you haven’t checked out a show yet, give one a listen and let me know what you think. Click on the links below to give the pages a quick visit. Enjoy.

To visit the Binge SportsCast page, click HERE.

To visit the guest spots podcast page, click HERE.

For all the latest news and updates, check back here regularly, or you can always visit LukeNorris.net and/or follow me on Twitter @THElukenorris. As always, I sincerely thank you for your continued support. I hope you’re enjoying the experience.

 

The Story of Lauren Hill

Over the past few months at Binge Media, I’ve been tracking and writing about an amazing young woman named Lauren Hill. If you haven’t heard the name, she’s a college freshman that just finished her first season playing basketball at Mount Saint Joseph in Cincinnati. It seems simple enough just reading it like that, but the fact of the matter is that she’s been fighting an inoperable brain tumor the entire time. She wasn’t even supposed to make it to see 2015. I’ve written five articles on her thus far, the latest of which you can link to below which has subsequent links to the others. If you have a minute, do yourself a favor and check out this amazing story. As always, thank you for your continuing support.

The Latest on Lauren Hill

A Busy Week at Binge

As I said earlier in the week, I’m going to start posting links to the work that I do at Binge Media as often as I can. And I had a busy week over there with the sports stuff.

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On Wednesday, I wrote previews for the upcoming weekend’s games in the NFL Playoffs. Click the link below to check it out and you can also vote for who you think is going to win.

http://bingemedia.net/2015/01/07/binge-sports-nfl-playoffs-the-divisional-round-fan-vote/

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Yesterday, I wrote my fourth story on Lauren Hill. If you don’t know this story, please follow the link below to check it out. This story also has the links to the first three. She is so unbelievably inspiring.

http://bingemedia.net/2015/01/08/binge-sports-coach-lauren-hill/

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And just today, I gave readers another chance to vote for the winner of the College Football Playoff National Championship between Oregon and Ohio State. Click the link below to cast your vote.

http://bingemedia.net/2015/01/09/college-football-playoff-national-championship-game-oregon-v-ohio-state-fan-vote/

They’ll be some more things from Binge Media over the next week or so and you can always check out the latest by following me @BingeSports and/or @THElukenorris, but also stay tuned for the 2015 version of “The State of THE Luke Norris Address”, coming soon to The Luke Norris Experience. As always, I thank you for your continued support. I’ll see you soon.