Problems with the Stephen King Fancast and the Stephen King Movie Club

*PODCAST NEWS*

This blog is something that I greatly enjoy doing. The podcasts are really my pride and joy, because I do not consider myself a writer, but a podcaster. There are many people that enjoy the podcasts (Stephen King Fancast and Stephen King Movie Club) that are produced and offered, free of charge by this blog, and I would like to take a minute out of your day to be very unseemly and beg for help.

I have recently ran into problems with the service I use to host my podcasts. It has come to my attention that Mevio, my hosting service, has been suspending many podcasters’ hosting accounts, and not providing information as to why this action was taken, or how to correct the situation. You may have noticed that on Saturday, when a new episode of the Stephen King Movie Club was supposed to be released, that it was not. It still hasn’t been released. This is not my doing. The episode is recorded, edited and ready to go. I have not been allowed to upload the episode to my hosting service, Mevio. I have tried to communicate with Mevio about this problem via email and I have not heard back.

With all that being said, I feel I must switch hosting providers. The cost of getting a new podcast hosting provider is somewhere in the neighborhood of $30 a month or $360 a year. That is not a lot of money, but I would like to see if you would be willing to contribute to the future of these podcasts. I do have paypal, so if you would be interested, you can contribute by sending funds to skfancast@yahoo.com.

Posted by @alloy_matt

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