- What is GeekNights?
- How do I get GeekNights?
- What can I do with GeekNights?
- How is GeekNights made?
- How can I be a part of GeekNights?
- Who are the hosts?
- Is there a press kit?
- How can I contact GeekNights?
What is GeekNights?
GeekNights is a talk radio show for hobbyists, tinkerers, and, for lack of a better word, geeks. Hosts Rym and Scott delve into topics ranging from computer science to Eurogaming, anime to fantasy fiction, indie comics to gadgetry, two nights a week for your listening pleasure.
The show is actually four separate entities:
Science and Technology
Airing every other Monday, here you'll find science, technology, computing, and everything related. Rym and Scott are both computer professionals, with degrees from the Rochester Institute of Technology in Information Technology and Computer Science respectively, and love nothing more than to impart their knowledge, learning, and baseless editorializing.
Every other Tuesday night, Rym and Scott explore all that is gaming. Videogames, German board games (Eurogames), Role Playing Games, even card games: the dynamic duo cover them all. With reviews, interviews, convention coverage, and more, this is your one-stop-shop for the games you play.
Anime, Manga, and Comics
Not-so-humbly beginning at the helm of the largest anime club in the United States, Rym and Scott have moved on to regular live shows at most of the major anime conventions on the East Coast. If you can't catch them live, catch them every other Wednesday night as they review, preview, discuss, and destroy the best (and worst) of anime, manga, and comic books of all stripes.
If the main "geekeries" of the Internet today can be broken down into the Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday lines of GeekNights, then where else can the subtler interests of those who wear the mantle "Geek" reside but the final weekly segment of GeekNights? The Lounge is the catch-all, the laid-back end of the week. Anything goes, and nothing is sacred.
Along with the Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday shows, the hosts often appear on other shows, including the (in)famous Friday Night Party Line. They also from time to time have interesting asides, extra projects, and all sorts of other shenanigans. If the main four leave you wanting, check out the rest they have to offer.
GeekNights is syndicated free of charge over the Internet as a podcast. You can subscribe via iTunes (or any podcatcher/RSS reader) or simply download the free mp3 files posted with each episode. For more information, check out the Subscription page.
What can I do with GeekNights?
GeekNights episodes are licensed under the Creative Commons attribution license. This means that you can share it, remix it, redistribute it, excerpt it, and do just about anything else you like, so long as you give us credit for the original content. If you wish to do something without giving us credit, feel free to contact us for alternate licensing arrangements. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/us/
GeekNights is recorded live in Long Island City, New York: the show you hear is almost entirely unedited. Rym is on a Shure Beta 87A microphone, and Scott is on a Shure Beta 58A. The studio mix is handled entirely by a Mackie Onyx 1220i, recorded multitrack to a template in Adobe Audition. The editing process is mostly automated, and within a few minutes of the show's recording, it's uploaded and ready to rock.
How can I be a part of GeekNights?
If listening alone isn't enough, then you can take it to the next level by joining the GeekNights Community. There are forums, a laconica server, semi-regular fan chats, and more.
Rym and Scott are two computer professionals from upstate New York with an unhealthy interest in geekly pursuits.
- About Rym
- About Scott
Is there a press kit?
If you require a concise, self-contained press kit or general press information, refer to the GeekNights Press Kit.
How can I contact GeekNights?
You can contact us by e-mail at email@example.com.