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iMEGA Chief to be on XM Radio’s Me & Vinnie Friday

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Jun/18/2009

iMEGA chairman Joe Brennan Jr. will be on the "Me & Vinnie, with Vinnie Politan"  program, on the Sirius/XM satellite radio network, Friday June 19th @ 7 a.m. EST. The show broadcasts on Sirius channel 108 and XM channel 139.

Joe will be discussing legal questions surrounding Internet gambling in the US with Vinnie Politan, a former prosecutor and Court TV correspondent. Of particular interest will be discussion of the recent seizure of $35 million from online poker players, and a Federal lawsuit to allow the expansion of legal sports wagering.

ABOUT VINNIE

Every morning Vinnie Politan takes the country's pulse as he takes calls from men and women of all ages and backgrounds, shining a spotlight on their reactions to breaking news, issues and buzz. Topics on the show are caller and headline-driven and span the worlds of law, entertainment, and beyond.

 A former prosecutor and Court TV reporter and anchor for many years, Politan brings an informative and entertaining journalistic insight to the Sirius Family. Vinnie Politan recently hosted SIRIUS' Court TV Morning Radio and co-anchored Court TV's Bloom & Politan. Politan was a prosecuting attorney in Bergen County, New Jersey. Politan was also an AP Award-winning reporter and anchor for Central Florida News 13 in Orlando, FL, where he covered the 2000 presidential election.

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