Geekerati Radio

21 EpisodesProduced by Christian Lindke

Geekerati is Geek talk for every kind of geek. We talk movies, novels, comic books, video games, board games, rpgs and more. If someone can geek out about it, we will. Support this podcast:

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21 Episodes | 2007 - 2019

Episode 162: Not So Tiny Conversations About Tiny d6

July 9th, 2019


This episode features two Tiny d6 Role Playing Game system interviews. The first interview is with Alan Bahr of Gallant Knight Games who discusses …

Episode 161: Geekerati Returns with a New Format and an Interview with Dom Zook of Saving Throw Show

June 10th, 2019


Geekerati was founded in 2007 and streamed 160 episodes before going on hiatus in 2014. It was meant to be a brief hiatus as the Geekerati panelists …

Episode 20 (9/17/2007) -- The Geek Quiz

September 18th, 2007


In 2007, GEEK MONTHLY magazine published their Geek Quiz article which readers could use to measure how deep their geek goes. We used that quiz as a …

Episode 17 (8/27/2007) -- James Lowder Discusses HOBBY GAMES: THE 100 BEST

August 28th, 2007


On August 27th, 2007 we were visited by author, editor, and game designer James Lowder to discuss Hobby Games: The 100 Best. It's been over 10 years since the episode aired, but Hobby Games remains one of the best …

Episode 16 (August 20, 2007): Woulda, Coulda, Shoulda

August 21st, 2007


We all have opinions about shows that should be remade, comic books that should be made into films/tv shows, or about how movies and shows missed the …

Episode 15 (August 13, 2007): Trash or Treasure

August 14th, 2007


Shawna Benson takes the helm this episode and after a couple of technical glitches (dead air is the devil) discusses things that we think are Treasures that many people think are Trash. The hosts hope that you will come …

Episode 14 (August 6, 2007): Alien Invasions

August 7th, 2007


Our panel of resident geeks discuss alien invasions in film, television, and games.

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Marc Bernardin, Highwaymen, and Monster Attack Network

July 31st, 2007


Before Alphas, before Fatman Beyond. and long before Treadstone, Marc Bernardin was a guest on the Geekerati Radio show. He discussed his transition from comic book journalist to comic book writer. At the time of the …

Episode 12 (July 23, 2007): Geekerati's Pre-Comic Con 2007 Rundown

July 24th, 2007


Comic Con begins July 25th and the Geeks are Going!

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Episode 11 (July 16, 2007): What's so Special about DVD Special Features?

July 17th, 2007


 Do you ever listen to or watch the bonus features on your DVDs? We do and we want to talk about what we like and don't like about special features.

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Episode 10 (July 9, 2007): Harry Potter and Pottermania

July 10th, 2007


Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix was one of the big summer releases in 2007 and the Geekerati Team are big Pottermaniacs. We discussed our love of the franchise and our excitement about the upcoming film in …

Episode 9 (July 2, 2007): An Interview with Author and Game Designer Matt Forbeck

July 3rd, 2007


 Matt Forbeck is one of the busiest freelance game designers in the hobby industry. His past work includes content for games ranging from Dungeons and Dragons to Deadlands and his fiction content ranges from original …

Episode 8 (June 25, 2007): An Interview with SF/Fantasy Author Susan Palwick

June 25th, 2007


Our 8th episode featured our second interview and our first with a content creator, in this case Science Fiction and Fantasy author Susan Palwick.

Susan Palwick is an American SF/F  author who began her professional …

Episode 7 (June 18, 2007): TV Shows and Viral Campaigns

June 18th, 2007


From the Original Star Trek Series to Jericho, fan uprisings have helped shape television entertainment. Shows rise and fall on more than ratings and sometimes a passionate fanbase can encourage networks to pickup or …

Episode 6 (June 13, 2007): "Blog Like It's the End of the World" Edition

June 14th, 2007


In 2007, there was a brief "Blog Like it's the End of the World" meme going around the blogosphere where bloggers were supposed to do a few blog posts as if they were currently experiencing a Zombie Apocalypse. The …

Episode 5 (June 11, 2007): Truly Independent and the Blatantly Mass Market

June 12th, 2007


 We had our first on air interview in our June 11, 2007 show. Luke Y Thompson, then of OC Weekly,  joined us to discuss Independent Genre films and OC Weekly's June 8, 2007 Summer Blockbuster Issue.

Luke Y Thompson is …

Episode 4 (June 4, 2007): Entertainment as Dialogue

June 5th, 2007


In 2018 we take the interactive nature of "television" entertainment for granted, but in 2007 when this episode aired the concept of Entertainment as Dialogue with the audience was relatively new. The Geeks discussed …

EPISODE 3 (May 28, 2007): Cinema, Cineplexity, and TV Wars

May 29th, 2007


In this episode we discussed the early 2007 summer film season, television's "off season" season, and the Cineplexity party game.

In the mid-2000s television networks like USA created what we at Geekerati called the …

Episode 2 (May 21, 2007): Downloading the Upfronts -- Discussing the 2007 Television Pilot and Pickup Season

May 22nd, 2007


The Upfronts are an annual gathering where the television networks formally introduce their upcoming fall line up to advertisers. In this episode, the Geeks discussed the upcoming (2007) season. The 2007-2008 season was …

Episode 1 (May 14, 2007): A Preview of 2007's Summer Blockbusters with the Geekerati Team

May 15th, 2007


This mildly embarrassing first episode aired on May 14, 2007. In it the Geeks talked about the exciting line up of films slated to come out during the summer of 2007. Even though there are minor tech issues, we engaged …

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