Kristofor Lawson

is creating the Moonshot podcast

6

patrons

$80

per month
Thanks for taking the time to consider supporting Moonshot. 

Moonshot is a podcast exploring the world's biggest ideas and the people making them happen. We bring you stories about innovators and entrepreneurs who are building everything from flying cars, to jetpacks, and even storing data in our DNA. 

The show started as a passion project between myself and my co-host Andrew Moon back in 2017, and since then we've published around 50 episodes of content. Every episode of the podcast takes around 40 hours of work to put together. We spend a lot of time researching content and booking guests, then once we have interviews on tape we'll put together a script and go through an editing process. It's a lot of time, effort, and resources to produce, but we want to provide our listeners with the best experience.

One of my goals was to create content about the future of technology which both inspires others and provides critical analysis. I do a lot of the production work on my own with support from my co-host Andrew Moon, and when we have the budget we bring in freelancers to help with the research. I also believe in training the next generation of journalists so you'll often hear stories which have been produced by interns. As recognition of the work we've put in, Moonshot was recognised as 'Best Independent Media' at the IT Journalism Awards, and we were shortlisted in the Melbourne Press Club Quill Awards. But the truth is we need your help to bring more listeners to the show, and to help us grow our Patreon so we can be less reliant on advertisers.

By supporting Moonshot on Patreon, you'll enable us to increase the audio quality and frequency of the production, providing more depth to our stories and allowing us to provide jobs to more journalists. All patrons will gain access to an ad-free feed of the podcast, plus we'll bring you special bonus content, and you can help chart the direction of the show.

Thanks to everyone who has supported us on our journey so far!
Tiers
Junior
$3 or more per month

For those who just want to send us some love. You'll get an ad-free feed and access to bonus content.

Regular
$5 or more per month

Help us on a regular basis and you'll get an ad-free feed with access to bonus content, plus get a free Moonshot sticker!

Cyborgs
$10 or more per month

Support us on a regular basis, gain access to an ad-free feed of the podcast, bonus content, and 5 Moonshot stickers shipped to you.

Futurists
$20 or more per month

Supporters gain access to an ad-free feed of the podcast, bonus content, and we'll send you 8 Moonshot stickers. Plus if you're up for it, we'll give you a shoutout in an episode of the podcast.

The VCs
$50 or more per month

Supporters gain access to an ad-free feed of the podcast, bonus content,  10 Moonshot stickers, and we'll send you a Moonshot T-shirt! 


Plus if you're up for it, we'll give you a shoutout in an episode of the podcast.

Goals
$80 of $500 per month
When we reach $500 a month, we'll be covering the core expenses of publishing the podcast. This includes hosting expenses, music licensing, and the costs associated with recording the show.
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Thanks for taking the time to consider supporting Moonshot. 

Moonshot is a podcast exploring the world's biggest ideas and the people making them happen. We bring you stories about innovators and entrepreneurs who are building everything from flying cars, to jetpacks, and even storing data in our DNA. 

The show started as a passion project between myself and my co-host Andrew Moon back in 2017, and since then we've published around 50 episodes of content. Every episode of the podcast takes around 40 hours of work to put together. We spend a lot of time researching content and booking guests, then once we have interviews on tape we'll put together a script and go through an editing process. It's a lot of time, effort, and resources to produce, but we want to provide our listeners with the best experience.

One of my goals was to create content about the future of technology which both inspires others and provides critical analysis. I do a lot of the production work on my own with support from my co-host Andrew Moon, and when we have the budget we bring in freelancers to help with the research. I also believe in training the next generation of journalists so you'll often hear stories which have been produced by interns. As recognition of the work we've put in, Moonshot was recognised as 'Best Independent Media' at the IT Journalism Awards, and we were shortlisted in the Melbourne Press Club Quill Awards. But the truth is we need your help to bring more listeners to the show, and to help us grow our Patreon so we can be less reliant on advertisers.

By supporting Moonshot on Patreon, you'll enable us to increase the audio quality and frequency of the production, providing more depth to our stories and allowing us to provide jobs to more journalists. All patrons will gain access to an ad-free feed of the podcast, plus we'll bring you special bonus content, and you can help chart the direction of the show.

Thanks to everyone who has supported us on our journey so far!

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Tiers
Junior
$3 or more per month

For those who just want to send us some love. You'll get an ad-free feed and access to bonus content.

Regular
$5 or more per month

Help us on a regular basis and you'll get an ad-free feed with access to bonus content, plus get a free Moonshot sticker!

Cyborgs
$10 or more per month

Support us on a regular basis, gain access to an ad-free feed of the podcast, bonus content, and 5 Moonshot stickers shipped to you.

Futurists
$20 or more per month

Supporters gain access to an ad-free feed of the podcast, bonus content, and we'll send you 8 Moonshot stickers. Plus if you're up for it, we'll give you a shoutout in an episode of the podcast.

The VCs
$50 or more per month

Supporters gain access to an ad-free feed of the podcast, bonus content,  10 Moonshot stickers, and we'll send you a Moonshot T-shirt! 


Plus if you're up for it, we'll give you a shoutout in an episode of the podcast.