PotterCast 219: Potter Park Preview
April 25, 2010, 04:53 PM
The 219th episode of PotterCast, our Harry Potter podcast
, is now online with a special extended preview of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter attraction at Universal Orlando Resorts. Our own Melissa Anelli was recently on site for a special preview, and can now dish on the many details about the forthcoming Potter theme park, set to have its grand opening on June 18. In this special report, Melissa takes us through the many elements of the park, its rides, and attractions, as well as its many shops, sights, and scrumptious food and drink options. From the Forbidden Journey ride to Butterbeer at the park, this preview will offer up an abundance of information about the expansive Harry Potter attraction. We also take questions from the Livestream audience and give a few tidbits of information about our upcoming conference, LeakyCon 2011, which will take place at Universal Orlando Resort in July of 2011.
As a reminder, the LeakyCon DVD, which will be available to pre-order soon, will also include all wizard rock performances from our conference. If you like live wizard rock, be sure to reserve your copy of the upcoming LeakyCon Live Album
of the wizard rock live shows at our LeakyCon 2009 conference.
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"Potter Park Preview"
- We're going to get to the Butterbeer... we're going to get to it often.
- Hogwarts is out the window!!
- The Forbidden Journey Ride.
- Inside Hogwarts.
- The technology of the rides.
- An explosion of LeakyCon ideas.
Running Time: 77:18
Producer: John Noe
Also, special thanks to our ever-vigilant mods for monitoring the live PotterCast recordings.
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The latest video versions of the podcasts don’t work for me in iTunes either. iTunes downloads it, but then it gives an error message saying the file is either corrupt or an unsupported format. The last two have both done this.