Star Wars 7x7, the only daily Star Wars podcast and with downloads in more than 150 countries, celebrated its fifth anniversary with a new book announcement.
Online PR News – 16-July-2019 – To celebrate the fifth anniversary of Star Wars 7x7, the world's only daily Star Wars podcast, show host Allen Voivod announced the upcoming publication of his second book, "Hyperspacing Hope," to be released on November 7, 2019.
"After more than 1,800 episodes and years of interaction with Star Wars fans around the world, what stands out more than ever are the common elements of hope and family," said Voivod. "These are central themes in Star Wars, in the podcasting community, and life in general. "Hyperspacing Hope," through the lens of Star Wars stories, will explore how we 'make the jump' from hope to impactful, meaningful action."
Patrons of Star Wars 7x7, who have played a significant role in the show's continued growth and success with their support, will all receive a free copy of "Hyperspacing Hope" after its release later this year.
With five years of daily production, and including dozens of bonus shows focused on breaking news developments, Star Wars 7x7 has produced more episodes than any other Star Wars podcast. The show has been downloaded in more than 150 countries on six continents, and went from an audio-only show to producing both audio and video versions beginning in March, 2018.
Typically produced from a recording studio in New Hampshire, the show has also been recorded on location in 10 other states within the U.S. during its first five years, as well as internationally in England, Ireland, Canada, and Costa Rica.
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