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From Terry Lucy; 'I've decided to part company'

When Myke and I first recorded The Bro Show over two years ago, I had no idea that it would grow into a podcast network with many thousands of listeners in over eighty countries around the world.

I’m proud to say that I am a co-founder of this network, but I no longer feel like I can contribute to it in a meaningful manner. If I am honest, which I am going to be, I am just not as interested as I used to be. And that is the main reason I am stepping aside and leaving Myke to do what he does best, because I feel my continued presence would only undermine the great work Myke, and all the other hosts, are doing with the network.

The network has some of the internet’s best talent on board, and I am looking forward to seeing it continue on its path to be one of the biggest, and best, productions in the world of podcasting.

I’ve loved being on the 70Decibels train as it has steamrolled its way into many thousands of earbuds. But this is my stop; where I jump off and leave it to the experts.

Thank you to everyone that has listened and contacted me over the past couple of years. I am genuinely grateful to have spoken to some of the best, coolest, most talented people in our corner of the internet.

You’ll still hear me crack some jokes on 11 Minutes with Dave and Myke, but other than that, I am hanging up my microphone.

Until we meet again,


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