The premise was great. The first 2 or 3 episodes made sense - and then, the show slowly goes off the rails and becomes a meandering mess of unhelpful drivel. So odd.
I am new to the world of amateur radio and I am glad I found this podcast. Thanks!
Nov 14, 2019 episode
You have winner here. I give you a five-star rating from the view point of a new ham (less than seven years licensed). This is just what the new ham needs to help them join in the fun and function of being a responsible and participating ham to be welcomed into the hobby. I might add to be a good ham is accomplished through; listening,, listen,, and then listen some more. I plan on coming back often. Rich. KD8WCB 73
Recent episode on contesting was a great nudge to get involved.
Love “So Now What?”!!!!
As a new HAM, this podcast not only answers some basic questions, but highlights to me all of the various possibilities/uses for amateur radio. My interests lie in portable operation and in particular ARES but I enjoy learning about all of the other various aspects of the hobby. I look forward to each episode of “So Now What?”. Please continue to produce these!
I checked out the first few episodes. Pretty good content, but it feels like snippets were edited together incorrectly. A lot of repeated statements. Maybe it made more sense on the page. I agree this is a great idea for a podcast though.
Love this podcast
This is a much needed podcast for those who are new to the hobby but nervous about getting their feet wet. Wish they would publish more!
I like this show
It’s good for new operators like me! Please do more.
Bad audio quality
Folks, you need to get rid of the hiss in your recording.
Catch the Fever
“So Now What” captures and transmits the essence of what we love about Amateur Radio. Like is was said in this episode, “getting up at 3 o’clock in the morning to work a station on the other side of the world” is the kind of excitement we live for. Tune in and support this fantastic podcast! 73, Matt, KE7EX