Michael Fox is creating Podcasts filled with board gaming interviews
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patron

$1
per Podcast episodes
The Little Metal Dog Show has been running since April 2010, and since that launch has grown into one of the most popular podcasts around when it comes to the world of board and card games. If you can play it on your tabletop, we'll generally cover it. The show looks to speak to people who have a story to tell about their games, whether it's a designer who's been in the industry for years who is still delighted to talk about their creations or a first timer who wants to bring their new game to a wider audience. I strive to provide a show with high quality content that, while informative, is also accessible, relaxed and friendly. Even if an interviewee may not immediately strike you as someone you want to hear, I like to think that everyone deserves their chance to be heard - and my fantastic listeners seem to agree.

How will I use my Patrons' support? Well, doing all this costs money, of course. Not a huge amount, but it's a significant chunk when the annual renewal bills come around. I'd also love to upgrade my rather shoddy equipment - using a USB mic from my old Rock Band setup really isn't cutting edge technology! I'd also love to get to visit more conventions and move into doing more video stuff, but for now... well, it's just good that people listen. Keep doing that, it's lovely :D
Goals
$1 of $50 per Podcast episodes
Pretty much as it says up there - LMDS could do with a microphone that didn't come out of a Rock Band 360 box. A decent mic costs around £50 / $70 and will improve the sound quality of the interviews vastly!
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The Little Metal Dog Show has been running since April 2010, and since that launch has grown into one of the most popular podcasts around when it comes to the world of board and card games. If you can play it on your tabletop, we'll generally cover it. The show looks to speak to people who have a story to tell about their games, whether it's a designer who's been in the industry for years who is still delighted to talk about their creations or a first timer who wants to bring their new game to a wider audience. I strive to provide a show with high quality content that, while informative, is also accessible, relaxed and friendly. Even if an interviewee may not immediately strike you as someone you want to hear, I like to think that everyone deserves their chance to be heard - and my fantastic listeners seem to agree.

How will I use my Patrons' support? Well, doing all this costs money, of course. Not a huge amount, but it's a significant chunk when the annual renewal bills come around. I'd also love to upgrade my rather shoddy equipment - using a USB mic from my old Rock Band setup really isn't cutting edge technology! I'd also love to get to visit more conventions and move into doing more video stuff, but for now... well, it's just good that people listen. Keep doing that, it's lovely :D

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