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Take Two: Royal Wedding Podcast is Now Live Yesterday we told you about The Royal Wedding Podcast, hosted by gossip columnist Rob Shuter, which is being distributed by Collisions, the podcast division of CRN International. Our original story stated the Podcast would start in May. That was incorrect. That Podcast is now live and runs through May. Collisions Director of Podcast Operations Kelly Travers said, “We’re excited to add the Royal Wedding Podcast to our growing podcast portfolio. The whole world is fascinated by Prince Harry and his American sweetheart Meghan Markle, and Rob brings a wealth of contacts, charm, know-how, and style to the venture.” The weekly Royal Wedding Podcast episodes are available on iTunes, Stitcher, iHeart, SoundCloud and many other podcast networks. The show will run through the month of May, and Collisions may extend it beyond May. “We expect a very large worldwide audience and are delighted that our initial outreach to potential advertisers has shown a high level of sponsorship interest,” said Barry Berman, president of CRN International. For more information go to www.RoyalWeddingPodcast.com
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My favorite moments with POTUS 1) rehearsing before the ceremony, 2) pinning the boutonnière on POTUS 3) the signing of the marriage certificate. People were excited, to say the very least. “We had decided to invite him because he was such an important part of our lives, we asked him if he could attend the wedding,” Holmgren told Washingtonian. “We also asked him if he could officiate, and he was intrigued with the idea.” “He complimented them both on their work, on the type of people they were, threw in a tiny bit of humor,” Mary Holmgren, the mother of the groom, told the Washingtonian. “He spoke about how their work has been a service to the people and how the two of them complement each other. Very, very sincere remarks, it came from his heart.” What other stamp of approval do you need other than Barack Obama complimenting your work ethic and character? Obama reportedly received a temporary officiant’s license through the District of Columbia in order to officiate their wedding. He also signed the couple's marriage certificate (casual). The former First Lady Michelle Obama was also invited, but was unable to attend. President Obama was reportedly invited to stay for dinner, but only stayed long enough to take photos with the family (which seems sufficient considering how valuable a *former* president's times is, just sayin'). In an email, Obama's spokesperson Eric Schultz told Washingtonian, “Friends and family danced the evening away at District Winery in Navy Yards.
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