Daytime Confidential Celebrates Four Years

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November is a time for family and friends to gather, reconnect and share in the tragedies and triumphs around a Thanksgiving table. This week on our podcasts the Daytime Confidential and Pop Confidential team took some time to share what they are most thankful for in daytime and pop culture.

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November is also a time of celebration for another reason. It is the month the Daytime Confidential podcast celebrates its fourth anniversary and DaytimeConfidential.com celebrates its third anniversary. Can you believe so much has happened in such a short period of time?

It seems like just yesterday the Daytime Confidential podcast debuted on iTunes as the first podcast covering all of daytime. Almost 600 episodes later, it is going strong and just as much fun as it was in the beginning. Since its launch in 2007 DaytimeConfidential.com has experienced explosive growth and today it is better than it has ever been. The hard earned success of both the podcast and the site have given me, my business partner Jamey Giddens and the Daytime Confidential team opportunities only imaginable in the beginning. The launch of the Pop Confidential this past summer and our exciting new partnership with Zap2it make it possible for us to do an even better job at bringing you the latest daytime, primetime, TV, movie and pop culture content.

However, none of this would be possible without you our loyal readers and listeners. Through Facebook, your comments on the site, tweets, emails and hotline messages you keep us on our toes and inspire us. Some of you have been around since the early days, while others have just discovered us. To all, thank you for joining us on our journey.

Finally, I am thankful for my partner Jamey and the fantastic team of contributors at Daytime and Pop Confidential. Whether they write a recap, report the news or join us for a laugh on the podcast each and every one deserves a big thank you. Readers and listeners may not realize this, but Jamey Giddens is one of the hardest working men I’ve ever had the privilege of meeting. His dedication and the dedication he inspires in our team is immeasurable. His humor is contagious and his impersonations priceless.

On behalf of me, Jamey and everyone at Daytime and Pop Confidential to each and every reader, listener, Tweep and Facebook friend thank you!

Luke