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Live Show Schedule – 2015 Louisville Arcade Expo



Hey everyone, we will have a booth set up at the 2015 Louisville Arcade Expo and will be doing a few live show broadcasts direct from the show floor, so please stop by and chat with us for a bit!  We’d love to grab a picture with you and get you on the show!

All live shows are broadcast on our MixLR channel – and can be streamed (via a browser or app) with no account signup or special equipment.  If you have an iPhone/iPad or Android device, then enhance your listening experience with the MixLR app, available below:



Date & Time
More Info
Live podcast broadcast from the show floor!Friday - March 6th @ 7:00 PM EST - ???Live from the show floor with expo discussion and interviews!Listen Live @
Live podcast broadcast from the show floor!Saturday - March 7th @ 7:00 PM EST - ???Live from the show floor with expo discussion and interviews!
Listen Live @
Special Encore "Happy Hour" show!Saturday night, March 7th @ 10:30 PM ESTGonna run this baby for 60 minutes and cram as many show listeners in as possible.

Will be 'open-mic' and anything goes.

Broadcast location at the expo will be finalized on Sat. afternoon. Listen to the live show or stop by the booth for up-to-date info.

Bring a beer, grab a mic and let's talk games!
Listen Live @

We’ll also have available for purchase our podcast T-Shirts, so please consider supporting the show and wearing the BT logo loud and proud!

Episode 07a – 2014 Louisville Arcade Expo – Friday Night Livestream Show



March 2014

This is the first of 3 ‘special episodes’ that encompasses our coverage of the 2014 Louisville Arcade Expo.

This show was recorded Friday night, March 7th 2014 and includes live coverage from the expo floor, a daily recap of the show (with tons of banter, discussion and fun) and sit-in guest interviews from show participants.  We catch up with Ed Lutz (interviewed in Episode 02), Geoff Schunerle (interviewed in Episode 03), local collector Jason Bradley and Travis Sims from Arcade Rescue 911. To wrap it all up, we even have a special visit from Brent’s niece as she sits in for a bit and gives us all the ‘expert’ view from the perspective that really matters.

We’ll also be releasing the Saturday night livestream show (with special guests John Trudeau, Preston Burt from Gameroom Junkies Arcade & Pinball Podcast and Phoebe Smith, more family members and friends of the show – just to name a few!) along with our special coverage of the John Trudeau and Python Anghelo discussion panel. Be sure to check back for those episodes to be posted soon!

Join in on the fun and relive the action of the expo!  Brent and I proceed to talk ourselves hoarse over all the activity of the show, but it was a fantastic time and we look forward to bringing more live events to the show over time.

Let us know what you think – send us an e-mail ( or leave us a voicemail at 470-2CALLBT!

Thanks for listening and GAME ON!

Episode 6a–The ‘kid’ in all of us



March 2014

(Channeling our inner Gomer – say it with us now….) – “Surprise, Surprise, Surprise!”

Hey everyone, we are back with a special ‘mini-episode’ this week in preparation for the upcoming Louisville Arcade Expo that’s taking place this upcoming weekend, March 7th – 9th, 2014.

Brent couldn’t get over to the mobile studio in time to get this episode ready to go, so I went to the bench and enlisted the help of my 8-year old daughter (Pumpkin) to sit in on this episode with me and we talk about the Expo from all kinds of angles – and from two very different sets of eyes.   It’s amazing what sticks with the kiddos…

Besides the classic arcade and pinball action that everyone is ready for, we cover the upcoming events and seminar schedule, as well as our upcoming live stream events.  We’ve got the schedule published below so you can refer back to it at any time.

All broadcasts will be available on our MixLR Radio feed –

Date & Time
More Info
Live podcast broadcast from the show floor!Friday - March 7th @ 7:00 PM EST - ???Open-mic with Brent & Whitney and whoever else stops by the booth! Recap of the day's events, news and any other antics we can put on air!
Live stream seminar (Gene Cunningham)Saturday - March 8th @ 1:00 PM EST (1 hour)Open Q&A session with Gene Cunningham from Illinois PinballGene will no longer be at the expo this year, we apologize for any confusion.
Live stream seminar (Skit-B)Saturday - March 8th @ 2:00 PM EST (1 hour)Open Q&A session with Skit-B on the inspiration and creation of custom pinball machines
Live stream seminar (John Trudeau)Saturday - March 8th @ 3:00 PM EST (1 hour+)Legendary pinball designer John Trudeau hosts a slide show about pinball design and we host an open Q&A session afterwards.

If all goes according to plan, we'll also talk to Python Anghelo (via Skype) as part of this very special seminar, so please stick around and let's see some magic happen!
Live podcast broadcast from the show floor!Saturday - March 8th @ 7:00 PM EST - ???Open-mic session with Brent & Whitney and whoever else stops by the booth!

We've also got a very special guest that is rumored to be sitting in with us, so check back for more details!

Brent, Kristy and I will also be manning our very own booth at the show, so stop by, say Hi, grab a picture with us and be kind and buy your very own ‘2014 Brokentoken Podcast T-shirt’ that will be making it’s ‘WORLD WIDE’ (lol) debut!  Hey, it’s for a good cause and you’ll be supporting the show!

We’ll also be taking up donations for both Barry Oursler and Python Anghelo to help them offset some serious medical bills.  100% of the proceeds will make it to the respective GoFundMe campaigns for each person, so please consider donating for a very worthy cause and help our fellow man out and let them know that the classic gaming (especially Pinball) community cares!

We are looking forward to meeting everyone possible at the expo!  Come on by and say Hi!


The calm before the storm…



We are in the final countdown to the Louisville Arcade Expo taking place in Louisville this weekend.  Many local (and some not-so-local) collectors, players and lovers of “all things retro gaming” are making final preparations to haul pinball machines, arcade games, classic consoles/computers and anyone else who is along for the ride and converge for the 3rd-annual LAX.


Despite the expo running for the entire weekend, there will be some pre-expo events, in case you are interested:

  • Wednesday night (3/6/2013) –Pinball tournament is being held at Zanzabar!
  • Thursday night (3/7/2013) – official ‘unloading’ at the expo – this is one of the best parts of the event, IMHO.  A lot of the local collectors are onsite getting everything ready for the playing public.  It’s a great time to come visit with the people who make the whole weekend a possibility.  Of course, you have to contribute a game to participate here, so if you are planning on bringing something to the expo and have been on the fence, hopefully this will entice you a bit further!

The local media coverage of the expo has picked up steam, as well.  Check out this article from Matt Frassica in the March 4th, 2013 Courier Journal – as it has a lot of good background info for this year’s expo and what to expect (and who will be there, as well!)

This year’s expo promises a lot and I know it will deliver.  There is an entirely new floor plan, lots of vendor space and retro goodness everywhere.  Be sure to keep abreast of the current game list as well… it will change from day-to-day and there is always a lot of walk-in ‘surprises’ as well.

Pack up the kids, throw on your best Nintendo t-shirt and we’ll see you at the expo!

Recap – Louisville Arcade Expo 2012


2012-03-04-69Now that the lights, sounds and crowds of the 2012 Louisville Arcade Expo are behind us, this presents the perfect time to revisit for those who didn’t get to attend.  There was so much going on this year, that it was kind of hard to take everything in and make sure that all aspects of the show were captured.  Hopefully this summary will give a good recap of the overall experience and show just how much has changed from last year’s show.


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