Jun 27, 2016
Greetings, Captains! You’re listening to EPISODE 276 OF PRIORITY ONE PODCAST, your weekly report on all things Star Trek! Available for download or streaming on Monday, June 27th, 2016 at PriorityOnePodcast.com! This week we trek out the new guidelines issued by CBS for fan films, and Bryan Fuller reveals just how far production on the new Trek series has progressed. In Star Trek Online news, Mark and I are taking a trip to the JJVerse - yes, the JJVerse! - and looking at whether you’ll want to shell out for the latest ships. Later, our science advisor Dr Hurt is here with the latest report from the Astrometrics Lab. As usual, before we wrap up the show, we'll open hailing frequencies for your incoming messages. TOPICS DISCUSSED Trek It Out CBS/Paramount release fan film guidelines Bryan Fuller confirms more details about the new Trek TV series Anton Yelchin dies tragically at age 27 Star Trek Online News Al "Captain Geko" Rivera explains that the JJVerse is called the "Kelvin Timeline" New mission Terminal Expanse takes captains to the Kelvin Timeline Bringing 0718 to Star Trek Online 26th Century ship stats Star Trek Online release notes: June 23rd, 2016 Tracking the Devs Lead Designer Al Rivera (@CaptainGeko) has the best job ever Community Manager @LaughingTrendy got excited over some new screenshots Thomas Marrone (@Cryptic_TtC) loves inspiring others Astrometrics Report LIGO detects gravitational waves for the second time This week’s Community Questions: Do you think the new Star Trek fan production guidelines will stymie creativity in fan productions or will it inspire creativity in future storytelling? What do you think about officially bringing the Kelvin Timeline into Star Trek Online? Let us know YOUR thoughts on this week's episode by commenting below! BE SURE TO VISIT OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL AND SUBSCRIBE TO THE PREMIER STAR TREK ONLINE PODCAST! Priority One Productions is always looking for new team members that have a passion for Star Trek. Please know that all of our positions are volunteer, but we do offer a well-known outlet for your work. If you have a skill that you believe could enhance our content, then send your contact information and experience along with a few writing samples to INCOMING@PRIORITYONEPODCAST.COM Did you miss any of our great Blogs last week? Stop by THIS LINK and see for yourself! How about our latest Video Release? You can also follow us on the social media sites! We’re on Facebook! Head over to WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/PRIORITYONEPODCAST and say, “Hi!” Or, Check us out on Twitter via @PRIORITYONEPOD for show times and other cool stuff. Liked this episode? Totally hated it? Leave a comment below or CONTACT US via our handy web form! Enjoy the show!