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What's hot and what's not: An hour of fan feedback
by Soap Central Live
Posted Wednesday, February 13, 2013 1:51:24 PM
The phone lines are open all hour for you, the soap fans, to call in and chat with host Dan J Kroll about what's hot and what's not on your favorite soaps. Soap Central Live airs Fridays at 6PM Eastern/3PM Pacific. Call in and be part of the show, toll-free at 866.472.5788. Listen at http://soapcentral.com/scl
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SHOW DATE: February 22 2013 at 6pm ET/3pm PT.


It should come as no surprise that soap opera fans are... a very opinionated group. Sometimes fans think that their opinions don't matter, but that's not the case on Soap Central Live.


This week, we open the phone lines up for the entire hour to you, the soap fans. Call in and tell us all about your favorite soap. What storylines do you love? Who are you favorite performers? Which characters are your favorite? We want to hear why you keep tuning in every day. We'll also listen to your grumbles about things that aren't quite working.


If you have comments or questions about your favorite soap, you're invited to call in during the live show. If you cannot be with us live during the February 22 broadcast, you can call our 24/7 caller feedback line at 267.341.7627 and record a brief message, comment, or question. Your message may be played during the live show.


SCL listener information

Soap Central Live airs Fridays at 6PM Eastern/3PM Pacific on the Voice America Talk Radio Network.

Listener Call-In Line: 866.472.5788

Tweet Your Comments/Questions @soapcentrallive: twitter.com/soapcentrallive

For more information about Soap Central Live or to listen to other episodes:
http://soapcentral.com/radio/index.php




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