When we at NoCo FM first heard about the raid on Area 51, we were excited... But we realized very quickly that because of how mainstream news treats events like this, any coverage of the raid would be treated as a joke. It isn't a joke. The raid is happening, and the event demands to be covered properly. And we're just the right people to do it.
Thats why we are sending our hosts Corbin David Albaugh and Kevkat Martinez out to show the world what is really happening at Area 51. It's just as important to us as it is to you.
Our track record on coverage is sound. We run over a dozen original shows on our podcast and streaming network from just as many different genres. Each host is as unique as the show they produce. We know media. And we know how to cover an event.
So for funding, we are looking for 3,000 dollars to allow our hosts to take the time off from work, as well as travel costs to be able to cover this show properly. Our biggest concern is switching from an audio format to a video format. We currently have DSLRs at our disposal, but are looking at higher quality equipment so we can capture the raid as best as we can. Thats where our stretch goals come in:
$10,000 - This will give us the funding to also be able to purchase proper video equipment so the quality of our coverage can be as good if not better than the government run media that will be improperly covering the raid.
$100,00 - If we hit this stretch goal, we will be able to hire an editor and turn our coverage into a documentary about the whole thing. (Note: This may elongate the time for release of the final product.)
Any further funding will be put back into NoCo FM, our hybrid radio station / podcasting network dedicated to promoting unique shows and diverse hosts in the Northern Colorado area and beyond.
You can visit https://www.noco.fm to learn more about the awesome shows that we create year-round.
Risks and challenges
We are trying to keep this as simple as possible... All rewards are digital, so we shouldn't have any issues with releasing them. Our biggest issue will be any involvement with the military. All of our filming will be done legally, so no footage will be taken inside any compound. If we do raise enough to turn this into a documentary, there is a good chance that the release date will be pushed out from our originally intended November timeline... As its almost impossible to edit a full length movie in just over a month.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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