Dopeness #5: Ronald Matters Reveals What Matters To Him

By Nick Delmacy | Posted Apr 21 2017 | 2 Comments  

Dopeness-5

Brehs, we present to you a new episode of DOPENESS where every (other) week Nick Delmacy is joined by a guest and they discuss dope movies, dope music, dope web series and all things dope in pop culture (except celebrity gossip). Some topics will be gay/bisexual related, some will not…but every discussion will be from a POV that you won’t hear anywhere else!

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In this episode, host Nick Delmacy updates The Dope List, then he speaks with Ronald Matters, the creator and editor of the self-titled website, RonaldMatters.com. They discuss creating their brands, the struggles of blogging daily and getting threatened by the cast of The Real Housewives of Atlanta.

Enjoy Brehs!

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Nick Delmacy

Nick is a founder, editor and the pop culture expert at Cypher Avenue. Serving as the designer and webmaster of the site, he is the architect of The Cypher Avenue Matrix.

   
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  1. jpo
    jpo | April 27th, 2017
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    Another great installment. I'd been traveling for 5 weeks and listened to it on a long flight back to the US – had not tuned in to CA while I was on the road. It was a good way to get back.

    The discussion about the mechanics of blogging fascinated me and answered a lot of questions I'd had about what it takes to put good content out on a regular basis. I want to listen to that part again.

    I've said before that your interviewing style is good and when you raised the issue of Ronald Matters promoting a stereotype and did not let the question drop after his first (good) evasive reply, I thought you handled the questioning well. You kept looking for a more direct answer but in a non-hostile way. You didn't get the response you wanted but you also kept the whole discussion going. I liked that.

    Keep the good stuff coming our way.

    You asked for ideas about people for future episodes and Rod McCollum seems to me that he might be someone to talk with. I found Discreet City through his blog. He's no longer blogging but is still active on Twitter and FB. I think it would be interested to get his perpective.

  2. SB3
    SB3 | April 27th, 2017
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    I enjoyed this podcast. Not sure why u were on the fence about how we'd receive it. I really enjoyed his candor and not feeling a need to 'butch it up' for the CA crowd. He was himself, unfiltered, and that's always dope.




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