dealnews Podcast - Episode 252: The Beginning of the End

The dealnews Podcast Episode 252 is here! Press play and be swept away by our relaxing consumer news comedy podcast. In this episode, we announce some bad news. Plus: Celebrities who are getting Google Glass, Walmart making customers deliver to other customers, Google's same-day delivery service, Amazon and Apple reselling digital goods, and more!

(Run time: 35:17)


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Couldn't you just do like 1 podcast a month?
Couldn't you just do like one podcast a month?
That sucks. There are tons of other site for deals. But having dealnews podcast makes this site a community. Jeff, Louis, Dan and other panelists talks eloquently about products and deals better than any users reviews. I learnt the pros and con from their actual experience. How can that not be part of the business function of this site. Furthermore, it's a shame that "business decision" to let trample upon these witty and talented voices. It's bad decision.
"Business decision" bad decision
Sad, sad news about the cancellation of the Dealnews Podcast. I've been enjoying the podcast for at least 4 years now and will miss it greatly. It's a very disappointing decision by the Dealnews powers that be.
I only know about because I discovered The Dealnews Podcast in iTunes and it always gets listened to on my ipod the same day it comes out. It's refreshing to hear normal guys talking about deals and tech in the same way I would with my buddies. Because spending $200 dollars on a new tech toy "IS" a big deal to people like me with a budget. And it seems like every other online discussion about tech seems to miss this point. I understand it's a business decision but I will be sad to see the show go. Hopefully you can bring it back in some form
I always look forward to the podcasts.
Someone will listen. People love podcasts
Thanx 4 concern, but I'm gonna be OK — only here for the deals...