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Geek Speak hits the big time

A screen-grab of one of the Geek Speak episodes hosted by Toowoomba comedian Bryce McKeon.
A screen-grab of one of the Geek Speak episodes hosted by Toowoomba comedian Bryce McKeon.

LIFE is set to get hectic for five Toowoomba men with Geek Speak, their fab new pop culture web series, premiering on Sydney television in April.

Geek Speak is hosted by local comedian Bryce McKeon and girlie-geek Amanda Bacchi and made possible by Wade Copson, Kaboom Comics owner Todd Baillie and Tim Stewart.   

The web series, which focuses on pop culture (movies, comics and games), is filmed in Toowoomba and goes to air on April 12 on TVS Sydney with a season of 13 episodes locked in.   

The series also has a podcast on iTunes and has gained a great following in the last month.

Topics:  toowoomba, tv


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