Orlando Montoya is creating Podcasts
19

patrons

$74
per listener-supported podcast
I am an award-winning audio producer.  And I believe in deep listening.  I love talking with people who are creative and passionate.  I love talking with people who are either working for or represent change in some way.  I also go to interesting lectures.  You can learn a lot more when you sit and listen!

Savannah Podcast is a multimedia storytelling enterprise that puts my beliefs and loves into forms that people can enjoy and share in a variety of ways.  You can listen to them as a podcast.  They're mobile.  They're on your computer or smartphone at anytime of the day or night.

You can listen to them as a radio show on Fridays at 2pm on WHCJ 90.3 FM (Savannah State University).  Or just read them as stories.  It's up to you.  But all of this takes time.  And time is money.

That's where Patreon comes in.  Patreon is a way of supporting creative people.  It's like Kickstarter.  Except it's not a big campaign for a single project.  This is small, ongoing support for small, ongoing works.  So it's perfect for podcasts!

You only pay when I create.  And you only pay as much as you say it's worth.

Right now I intend to produce about four per month.  I would love to produce more.  But right now I have to take higher-paying work to meet my financial needs.  Your support will help me balance my time in favor of what you want me to do -- tell stories about our creative, passionate and changing community.

Patreon will charge you monthly based on the amount that you set and the number of podcasts that I produce.  So if you set the value at $3 and I produce 4 podcasts, Patreon will charge you $12.  If you set the value at $5 and I produce 3 podcasts, Patreon will charge you $15 dollars.  Et cetera.

Support levels start at just $1 per podcast! And if you're worried about me producing too many of them, you can set a monthly maximum so you never go over your budget.

Right now I also produce podcasts for a few organizations (currently Telfair Museums and Ossabaw Island Foundation) that pay me to record their lectures.  I believe in these organizations and want you to hear their fascinating talks.  I never will ask you to pay for these audio productions.  You only pay for "listener-supported" podcasts.

Thanks for coming to my Patreon page.  I hope that you will conclude that my work is worthy of your support.  I am telling stories that no one else is telling.  And I am telling them in ways -- in depth, in conversation, broadly focused and broadcast quality -- that no one else is telling them.  Your support will help this continue in Savannah.  Thanks again.
Tiers
Pledge $1 or more per listener-supported podcast
8 patrons
-- I will thank you at the beginning of the next listener-supported podcast
-- I will recognize your awesomeness as a supporter on the Savannah Podcast website
-- You may elect to remain anonymous by selecting “No Thank You Gift” during check-out
Pledge $3 or more per listener-supported podcast
7 patrons
Everything at the $1 level PLUS
-- Access to Patreon-only content including “story behind the story” commentaries, unreleased podcasts and Spotify playlists for my reviews of the “best new music.”
Pledge $5 or more per listener-supported podcast
2 patrons
Everything at the $3 level PLUS
-- -- Invitations to field trips, concerts, movies, podcast recording sessions and other special events that will connect you with the community, with me and with other Patreon supporters.
Pledge $10 or more per listener-supported podcast
4 of 5 patrons
Everything at the $5 level PLUS
-- I will thank you or your business at the beginning of every listener-supported podcast
-- I will link to your website or your business website on the main Savannah Podcast website
-- An invitation for you and a guest to join me for a dinner with my most valued supporters and sponsors at a fine dining establishment such as The Grey or Florence sometime during the first few weeks of January.  I will highlight the successes of the past year and tell you about my plans for the new year.
Goals
$74 of $300 per listener-supported podcast
Your contributions at this level will let me reserve the time that I need for podcast work like interviewing, editing, researching, writing and calling people.
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I am an award-winning audio producer.  And I believe in deep listening.  I love talking with people who are creative and passionate.  I love talking with people who are either working for or represent change in some way.  I also go to interesting lectures.  You can learn a lot more when you sit and listen!

Savannah Podcast is a multimedia storytelling enterprise that puts my beliefs and loves into forms that people can enjoy and share in a variety of ways.  You can listen to them as a podcast.  They're mobile.  They're on your computer or smartphone at anytime of the day or night.

You can listen to them as a radio show on Fridays at 2pm on WHCJ 90.3 FM (Savannah State University).  Or just read them as stories.  It's up to you.  But all of this takes time.  And time is money.

That's where Patreon comes in.  Patreon is a way of supporting creative people.  It's like Kickstarter.  Except it's not a big campaign for a single project.  This is small, ongoing support for small, ongoing works.  So it's perfect for podcasts!

You only pay when I create.  And you only pay as much as you say it's worth.

Right now I intend to produce about four per month.  I would love to produce more.  But right now I have to take higher-paying work to meet my financial needs.  Your support will help me balance my time in favor of what you want me to do -- tell stories about our creative, passionate and changing community.

Patreon will charge you monthly based on the amount that you set and the number of podcasts that I produce.  So if you set the value at $3 and I produce 4 podcasts, Patreon will charge you $12.  If you set the value at $5 and I produce 3 podcasts, Patreon will charge you $15 dollars.  Et cetera.

Support levels start at just $1 per podcast! And if you're worried about me producing too many of them, you can set a monthly maximum so you never go over your budget.

Right now I also produce podcasts for a few organizations (currently Telfair Museums and Ossabaw Island Foundation) that pay me to record their lectures.  I believe in these organizations and want you to hear their fascinating talks.  I never will ask you to pay for these audio productions.  You only pay for "listener-supported" podcasts.

Thanks for coming to my Patreon page.  I hope that you will conclude that my work is worthy of your support.  I am telling stories that no one else is telling.  And I am telling them in ways -- in depth, in conversation, broadly focused and broadcast quality -- that no one else is telling them.  Your support will help this continue in Savannah.  Thanks again.

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Tiers
Pledge $1 or more per listener-supported podcast
8 patrons
-- I will thank you at the beginning of the next listener-supported podcast
-- I will recognize your awesomeness as a supporter on the Savannah Podcast website
-- You may elect to remain anonymous by selecting “No Thank You Gift” during check-out
Pledge $3 or more per listener-supported podcast
7 patrons
Everything at the $1 level PLUS
-- Access to Patreon-only content including “story behind the story” commentaries, unreleased podcasts and Spotify playlists for my reviews of the “best new music.”
Pledge $5 or more per listener-supported podcast
2 patrons
Everything at the $3 level PLUS
-- -- Invitations to field trips, concerts, movies, podcast recording sessions and other special events that will connect you with the community, with me and with other Patreon supporters.
Pledge $10 or more per listener-supported podcast
4 of 5 patrons
Everything at the $5 level PLUS
-- I will thank you or your business at the beginning of every listener-supported podcast
-- I will link to your website or your business website on the main Savannah Podcast website
-- An invitation for you and a guest to join me for a dinner with my most valued supporters and sponsors at a fine dining establishment such as The Grey or Florence sometime during the first few weeks of January.  I will highlight the successes of the past year and tell you about my plans for the new year.