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Jenny Woo Don Best Video Interviews to be Regularly Scheduled Weekly

Written by:
Payton
Published on:
Jul/28/2011
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Gambling911.com’s Senior International Correspondent Jenny Woo will now be featured weekly as part of the bulked up Don Best TV programming.

The Jenny Woo video interviews, conducted at the Gambling911.com Pensacola, Florida studios, have become true fan favorites but were running on a limited schedule during the past couple of months.   The segments will be filmed each Friday at 3:30 pm EST and shown on the Gambling911.com website early the following week.

Past segments have included a discussion on betting odds for the Royal Wedding, US Presidential odds and the state of online gambling. 

This initiative will help to further boost Gambling911.com’s video platform.

- Payton O’Brien, Gambling911.com Senior Editor

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