Today at 3:30 pm Pacific Time, SciFi.Radio, the heartbeat of science fiction and fantasy fandom, is set to launch an extraordinary marathon event, bringing together a stellar lineup of DJs to celebrate the new year. This special event features new talent DJ Jackie Zwirn, the dynamic Chaotix of Crash Course Feat. Chaotix, the station’s esteemed executive producer Susan Fox, and the beloved host of Good Morning Tatooine, Shawn “Obi-Shawn” Crosby.
SCIFI.radio has been a cornerstone of the sci-fi and fantasy community, offering a unique blend of music, news, and features that resonate with fans across the galaxy. The station’s rich history is a testament to its commitment to delivering quality content for all fans. From classic sci-fi tunes to the latest hits in the genre, SciFi.Radio has been the go-to source for entertainment that transcends space and time.
As a listener-supported station, SciFi.Radio thrives on the love and support of its community. Fans can contribute to the station’s continued success and growth by visiting https://patreon.com/scifiradio, where their support helps keep the music and magic alive.
This marathon is not just an event; it’s a celebration of the diversity and passion of the sci-fi community. SciFi.Radio welcomes geeks of all ages, shapes, sizes, and planetary origins to join in this grand welcome to the new year. It’s a gathering of minds and hearts, united by a shared love for the fantastical and the futuristic.
So, tune in to https://scifi.radio at 3:30 pm today and be part of this incredible journey. Whether you’re a long-time listener or new to the station, this marathon promises to be an unforgettable experience, showcasing the best of what SCIFI.radio has to offer. Here’s to a new year filled with adventure, imagination, and the unbreakable spirit of the sci-fi community!
SCIFI.radio is listener supported sci-fi geek culture radio, and operates almost exclusively via the generous contributions of our fans via our Patreon campaign. If you like, you can also use our tip jar and send us a little something to help support the many fine creatives that make this station possible.