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    #76 2 years ago

    Here's what I look for in a podcast:

    1. Keep me updated about the latest pinball news. I like hearing about the rumors, drama, releases, buzz from shows, tournament news, and the most interesting discussions happening in the Pinside community. In other words, I'd like to feel like I'm plugged in to everything going on in pinball without having to spend hours reading every thread.
    2. Relatively short, maybe around 30 minutes.
    3. Frequent, at least weekly
    4. Carefully curated, not just random conversations. I've gradually deleted all of the super long stream-of-consciousness podcasts. I realize these are easy to produce, but they are really boring.
    5. NO pinball origin stories. (I've always loved pinball....zzzzzzz.....)
    6. No arcade game or virtual pinball news

    At the moment, I only listen to C2C, KPP and Pinheadz. Are there others I should try that would get close to my preferences?

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    #92 2 years ago

    I'm really enjoying the Little Kings podcast. Generally short, focused on a few topics, casual conversation but not stream-of-consciousness. Thumbs up.

    I'm sick of KPP. I'm not interested in hearing him lecture about his own unhealthy obsession with Pinside. That show can be excellent, but lately it's just a whine-fest. Thumbs down.

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    #153 11 months ago

    Here's what I look for in a podcast:
    1. Keep me updated about the latest pinball news. I like hearing about the rumors, drama, releases, buzz from shows, tournament news, and the most interesting discussions happening in the Pinside community. In other words, I'd like to feel like I'm plugged in to everything going on in pinball without having to spend hours reading every thread.
    2. Relatively short, maybe around 30 minutes.
    3. Frequent, at least weekly
    4. Carefully curated, not just random conversations. I've gradually deleted all of the super long stream-of-consciousness podcasts. I realize these are easy to produce, but they are really boring.
    5. NO pinball origin stories. (I've always loved pinball....zzzzzzz.....)
    6. No arcade game or virtual pinball news

    This is something I posted a while back. Really, I’m only listening to KPP and C2C. With the huge amount of new podcasts lately, are there any new shows that meet my criteria? I would like to add maybe one more to my regulars. The main thing I want to avoid is super long, boring shows. Who else is doing something similar to KPP and C2C?

    #157 11 months ago

    I will try it.

    Actually, I think what I’m really asking for is exactly what C2C used to do. I’m shocked that nobody has tried to fill the void that Nate left behind.

    Yes, Nate got a little too close to Stern there for a while, then got a little too tournament-focused, then got busy selling guitars or something. But, for a couple of years, his podcast was close to perfect.

    KPP is excellent, but really only focused on new games, manufacturer drama, etc. IMHO, his is easily the best out there right now, but he’s only interested in a very narrow slice of the hobby.

    Someone should step up and create the next C2C...just clone it! Nate has shown you the way!

    #161 11 months ago
    Quoted from TaylorVA:

    Just start your own. It's really easy. I do one of the longwinded ones that are really easy to produce, of course that is after running a hardline through my house to my basement so my internet was better, bought a new laptop that could handle several mics, bought several mics, paid for software for taking calls, purchasing enough headphones to record live and a recorder for an interface for the mics...and mixer...and headphone amp..all to provide free content. Podcasting is really not worth it, if you do it you do it for those that appreciate what you do and the way you do it. If you can't find one or two that you like you may just not be who podcast are catering to.

    I definitely appreciate all the free content, and don’t mean to denigrate anyone for tons of thankless labor. And no, I’m not stepping up to do it myself, that is a fair point.

    Taylor, I really like your voice. I would love to see what would happen if you were in a better format.

    Just my opinion, intended as constructive criticism only. Nothing personal. Just feedback from an avid podcast listener.

    #163 11 months ago

    I don't mean an exact clone, of course. I just mean a show that has some of the best qualities of C2C, and other shows that have been successful. Brief, frequent, topical, preferably by someone who really knows what is going on in all aspects of the hobby. I don't really even care for interview segments. Based upon my favorites, I think I prefer the one-man-show format. I think there is plenty of room for creativity in a show with those general qualities.

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    #200 10 months ago

    I would love to see Hilton start a one man podcast, following some of the guidelines I mentioned above. He is smart, informed and connected. He is unafraid to be controversial. I think it would be very interesting.

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