How do you feel about all the interviews the Podge has done lately, compared to ones we’ve done before AND in general?
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// May 18, 2012 at 2:19 pm
I think when you get more than two regular Podge hosts it becomes more of a guest host situation than an interview situation.
The Q&A flow of an interview dissolves quickly into a conversational flow when you have four or more people on the mic.
I think it’s fine if you want to have guest hosts, but if you are having someone that has an interesting topic, opinion, product, etc. they deserve to be the focus of all the discussion rather than just joining in on your topic du jour.
I DO however appreciate that there is an attempt to prepare some interview questions, it just doesn’t seem like there is preparation among the hosts to sync up the questions and guide the interview, rather they are just all fired off as people think them up (or so it would seem.)
// May 18, 2012 at 2:21 pm
IT’S LIKE YOU’RE THERE.
// May 18, 2012 at 3:01 pm
I’ve enjoyed most of the interviews you’ve done recently. The only one that I found was a bit of a chore was the guy from the Dungeon World adventure kickstarter. But I think that had to do with the guest not the actual questions.
Although I really liked the outtake episodes when it was nore like the guest was the third mike for the day
// May 20, 2012 at 9:35 am
I like the interviews. I am not always really interested in what the guest is talking about but it’s cool to hear people talking about what they are doing in the game industry.
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