Professional Geek Podcast is very pleased to announce that we have begun production on season 2. Throughout season 1 we were able to bring our audience a variety of guests in many different fields through interviews with both professionals who have overtly geeky careers, and individuals with careers which are deeply informed by geeky passion. We plan to continue that work well into season 2, with an added emphasis on exploring the options for education and training within different career paths.
This season we are pleased to announce a partnership with our new recording studio:Periscope Post & Audio on Chicago’s Cinespace production lot, and a partnership with our new producer John Wong. John’s background in video games, cinema, and television makes him a perfect fit for our eclectic staff.
We are also excited to debut our new theme song, which was written by Daniel Capo.
Additionally, we want to give a shout out to our Blog Manager Zach Weiss, who has taken on extra responsibilities with brand management and outreach during our hiatus. He will continue in these efforts as we grow the podcast for season 2.
We are proud to continue to bring interviews to our listeners, and so our content goals for Professional Geek Podcast remain the same as they did in season 1. However, we will also be launching a Patreon, creating merchandise, and expanding our in-person workshops throughout season 2 - so please keep an eye out and help support us as we grow in these next steps! Feel free to tweet us if you have any tips or tricks, as fundraising is a new avenue for us.
For season 2 we also have show promos, so if you would like to promote our content on your show or other project, please let us know and we will be happy to discuss providing them.
On a personal note, I want to thank our community for their support and friendship throughout season one and our hiatus. It has been an honor to be supported and cared for by our community, both local and abroad. I am truly humbled. We continue to be extremely excited about creating this content and are proud to bring you the best interviews available.
I also want to thank my co-host, Mark Beers, who has been my rock throughout this entire process. Without him there would be no Professional Geek Podcast.