Here is Episode 59 of Hailing Frequency which was recorded with a live audience on January 24th 2009.
In this episode, we feature an EXCLUSIVE Interview with Cryptic Studio's Head of Community Relations, Nicole Hamlett. (This was released as a separate file a few days ago.)
In the interview we discuss the how the community of STO will be handled inside and outside of the game post launch, upcoming website features, videos and much much more.
K'suan'indra also brings us the latest Star Trek Gaming News and myself, Nova and Kinneas are joined this week by Athos who joins our discussions about the latest STO Updates.
Athos also talks to us in detail about the Lotus Fleet Academy in the last 15 minutes of the show.Download The Showhttp://shows.hailingfrequency.co.uk/HF-59-24012009.mp3
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