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Hear This: On Digital Media, Episode #18

John Federico, Chia-Lin Simmons and Ken Gellman review their picks for the top stories of 2006 and offer predictions for 2007.

We wish you all the best in '007.

Our holiday wine selection was a 1919 Cabernet Sauvignon and an AmberHill Cabernet Sauvignon from Raymond Vineyards.

The book mentioned this week was The Deviant's Advantage by Ryan Matthews and Watts Wacker.

Our closing music is Democracy from Alexander Blu.

Send us email to or call our comment line: 775-860-2263. You can also reach us via Gizmo by contacting username ondigitalmedia.

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