Be Our Guest?
By far, the most popular question we get is:
“I am a huge fan of Kevin Smith, and love to talk, how can I be on the show?”
I wish we had a simple answer for that. We too am a huge fan, and thats why we started the show. If we could we would have every fan on as often as possible. But the reality is that this is a show, it takes some work, a lot of coordination, and there are only 52 weeks in a year.
We want to keep the show true to its spirit of "Geeking Out" about Kevin and bringing you guys cool interviews from the folks who have contributed to the KevinVerse. It’s a balancing act, but the goal is the best show we can give our listeners each week.
Jeanne (the show’s Producer) is responsibile for scheduling guests.
If you think you would like to be a guest on the show, email her here ThatManProducer@gmail.com and tell us why.
Know in advance, we really like “Doers.” Folks that take action and help out. Boosters, or SMoosters, if you will?
So, tell us why you think you would be a good guest. Tell us how you have been inspired by Kevin & Co. Tell us what contributions you have made to Smod-o-verse. If you have a podcast, that is a huge plus, so tell us about your podcast.
Be advised, you may not hear a response back for several weeks. Also be advised we schedule as much as 3 months in advance, and based on the dynamic nature of booking guests, promotional consideration, availability, etc, having to reschedule a guest is rare, but not uncommon. For that we apologize on advance and ask for your consideration. Again, it is all part of trying to deliver the best show possible each week. Its also something we want to be upfront about in advance, so hopefully no one ever feels slighted as part of this process.
Our sincerest thanks for your interest in the show!
Guests Connecting Remotely
What you will need:
- A computer with an internet connection and a headphones jack, and a “mic/line-in” jack or a usb connection.
- A pair of headphones or earbuds (You cannot use any computer speakers during interview as it will cause sound problems)
- A microphone - This can either be a USB Mic or one connected via Mic/Line-in Jack. It can be attached to the headphones or separate. The better the quality of the mic, the better you will sound. You will need to connect this up and test it in advance of the show. Headset mics work well, but earbuds with a mic on a cable do not.
- The Skype application - Install and follow setup according to instructions