The Enigma Radio Network announced today that starting on March 29th their podcasts will be heard throughout most of the world on Shortwave radio. This event marks the continued expansion for the award winning network as they seek to provide even more ways for people to enjoy their programming.
The Daily Dig, a 3-5 minute world news program can be heard on Frequency 15.825 on WWCR, Monday through Friday at 1:05 PM Eastern time. This news program covers all of the day’s top stories with commentary on current events and is hosted by Kathleen Keating, an international best selling author and investigative journalist.
The Enigma Files, an hour-long weekly show hosted by Kathleen Keating, will be available on Wednesdays at 4pm Eastern, also on Frequency 15.825 on WWCR. The Enigma Files was the winner of the 2005 People’s Choice Podcasting Award for World News, and is one of the network’s most popular shows. Tune in each week for insightful interviews, commentary and much more.
Homeland Security Weekly, an hour-long weekly show hosted by Doug Hagmann, can be heard on Frequency 15.825 on WWCR on Thursdays at 4pm Eastern. Hagmann, is the founder and director of the Northeast Intelligence Network and CEO of a multi-state licensed private investigative agency serving many Fortune 500 clients. A 20 year veteran of conducting investigations in the private sector, he has logged over 35,000 hours of covert surveillance in his career and is the author of Tactical Surveillance. He is a member of the International Counter-Terrorism Officers Association and possesses many law enforcement related training certifications.
Kathleen Keating, the founder of the network stated, “Enigma Radio Network’s growth has been consistent over the past year. The expansion to shortwave radio insures that we can fulfill the needs of our listeners by expanding the options to hear the shows. We look forward to working with WWCR to bring our listeners quality entertainment. We also anticipate even broader expansion by early 2007 and will ultimately offer our listeners 24 hour programming.”
The Enigma Radio Network looks forward to providing their listeners with even more free ways to enjoy their programming. All of the network’s shows will remain available on-demand, and free of charge, on the Internet. More information on The Enigma Radio Network’s Shortwave debut and their programming can be found on ernradio.com.