#89 Roots: Looking Ahead To Building A Consistent Boy Scout Memorabilia Podcast

The first episode of the Scouting Hot Finds Radio in almost a year should be the launching pad for a real rebirth of the podcast. I know I am guilty of saying that a few times over the last couple of years but I’m laying down roots to make this podcast sustainable. In this episode you will hear about 3 topics that I think fit with the theme of roots.

 

The first of those is my plans for where I’m going with the Scouting Hot Finds Radio Podcast. It first rolled out in 2011 and so I’m going into year 10 of the podcast with only 89 episodes under my belt. I have figured out a way to make the podcast sustainable on a bi-weekly basis. But that commitment opens the door to part 2 of the podcast where I announce the opening of the Scouting Hot Finds Insiders group on Patreon www.ScoutingHotFinds.com.

 

I have been putting out free content for the Scouting collecting community for more than a decade. Every newsletter, every podcast, every video is totally free. But to make better content on a consistent basis I’m asking for your support. By joining the SHF Insiders you have help me hire an audio editor that will make a bi-weekly schedule for the podcast doable.

 

I end the episode by going way back to my podcast roots. In 2006 I was a featured guest on the original podcast for our hobby, Cloth Talk. With permission from Chris Brightwell I’m rebroadcasting my interview with Tim and Ben talking about eBay in our category 15 years ago – talk about a time capsule! Look for the next episode to drop soon which will be my interview with Doug Schwab on the Spirit of the Jamboree museum at the 2019 World Scout Jamboree.

Listen to “#89 Roots: Looking Ahead To Building A Consistent Boy Scout Memorabilia Podcast” on Spreaker.

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