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First of all, thank you very much for wanting to contribute! There are many ways that you can contribute to <> shows, both passively and actively.

In this article, passive contributions are ones that you can do relatively quickly, with little effort on your part; while active contributions actually require work (sometimes hard work) on your part.

Cordkillers

Sit Back and Support

There is one easy way that you can contribute to Cordkillers without needing to do any work: Support the show!

Support the show on Patreon

The easiest way to contribute passively is to support the show through patreon.com/cordkillers.

The show charges per episode, so a USD 0.25 contribution per episode (which you can cap at $1 per month if you want) will ensure that the show actually gets some of support dollars!

Be Active!

If you really want to exercise your brain on behalf of the show, there are several ways to contribute!

Suggest

Tom and Brian catch most of the show-related news, but they can't catch everything! If you see something that did not appear in the broader news world, send it to the show! Content suggestions can be sent in by email to cordkillers@gmail.com or via cordkillers.com/contact.

Yell

Each episode always spends some time reading audience feedback. If you have a unique perspective on something that was covered in a recent episode, or you noticed something unusual while you were working with your local TV provider, let the show know! Feedback can be submitted by email to cordkillers@gmail.com or via cordkillers.com/contact.

Spread

Podcasts need new listeners in order to stay alive over the long term. If you know somebody who is interested in cutting (or shaving) the cord, or who is interested in current or upcoming movies, TV shows, and related gadgets, tell them about the show!

The show's structure is such that the nearing curve for new listeners is low. Yes, each segment has interesting names, but Tom and Brian do a good job each week of making it clear what each segment is for. New listeners can start watching the show at any point.