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Episode Sponsoring
Website Advertising (Project Wonderful)
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Episode Sponsoring

There are several shows offered from The Webcast Beacon Network, many of which can be sponsored!* Posted rates are for self-publishing/independent* writers and artists.

Webcomic Beacon¹:
Random episodes: $10 | $35 for 4 (~13% off)
Specific dates/episodes may be requested.*

First Issue³ (video webseries):
Episodes: $20 | $50 for 3 (~17% off)
Includes image splicing/panning for the video.

Value Combinations of Sponsorships may also be worked out!

Each episode sponsorship includes, at bare minimum, all of the following advertisement parameters:

  • ¹ 30-60 second audio clip of a script for us to read, or you provide,
    to be played within the episode.
    ³ First Issue: 15-20 second audio/video clip, spliced with images/video/audio you provide, and/or provided by us.
  • 468×60 banner ad link for your site is placed on the published episode post.
  • NEW: 160×30 ad link to the top of the right side-bar, for one week, beginning the day the sponsored episode goes live. Multiple sponsorships do not stack.
Contact after reading more info below:
*Not every episode of each show may be sponsorable. Specific episodes, especially ones expected to have higher than normal traffic, may incur a higher rate, or have multiple sponsors. Episode sponsorships otherwise cover episodes as they become published. We will verify sponsorship before publishing episodes, in case there is a conflict of interest due to subject, content, or guest that may appear on said episode.
**Corporate and Commercial, non-creator based products/services, longterm/continuous, and/or specialized sponsorship opportunities, including additional website advertising, may be negotiated.


Picking a Show
Episodes are listed in advance as much as possible. These episodes may be purchased in advance, as episode sponsorship is sold on a first come, first serve basis. Specific topic or specific guest episodes, if not yet scheduled, shows be reserved in advance on a case-by-case basis. Specific dates may also be purchased.

EVEN IF you don’t care what episode you want to sponsor, consider giving us restrictions of what you DON’T want to have you ad run with. We occasionally have shows that are more adult, political, or potential controversial. I recommend you keep in touch with us (or check the calendar) for future episodes in case you actually DO care! Otherwise we typically set people that “don’t care” up with whatever show comes next (even if not previously scheduled).

We’ll need a 468×60 banner ad and a 160×30 image ad, with the proper link for which you want people to click to visit. Image must be PG-13 appropriate. If linking to 18+ material, a warning must be obvious. Sponsors may submit their own recordings, or may submit a script, pitches, or a description for us; Then we can record the promo ourselves. Payment must be received before the broadcast day of said episode(s).

Shit happens, and sometimes a show is canceled or postponed. If a show is canceled, or topic/guest is postponed to another show, you may elect to move your sponsorship accordingly, pick another show to sponsor. Otherwise sponsorships are locked in, once approved for and paid.

Not allowing ads of any form of incredibly offensive or any form of a discriminatory nature, should be a given. All sponsorships and advertising must abide by rules stipulated by our host and server’s datacenter (if any). Void where prohibited.

We will not allow ads be in direct conflict of interest with the guests or show topic, for a particular episode desired for sponsorship. That’s just bad form for all parties, decided on a case-by-case basis.

We reserve the right refuse any sponsorship. Agreed upon and paid sponsorships will not be removed unless the sponsor alters their linked content to something that goes against the restrictions and original agreement, after the fact.

Sponsors are solely responsible for the content of their site. The Webcast Beacon Netw0rk, it’s subsidiaries or affiliates claims no responsibility for Sponsor’s content, claims, or actions. The Webcast Beacon Network will act in accordance with the law if it ever comes to such. We reserve the right to revoke and deny refunds to anyone changing a pre-approved advertisement/link, in accordance with legal and/or goverment authority (but we don’t expect this to happen).

The Webcast Beacon Network, The Rampage Network, either of their staff or affiliates may not be held liable for any misuse of copyrighted material NOT owned by a Sponsor, though claimed (explicitly or implied) by them. Sponsors are responsible for their own site’s content and claims, and speak for themselves.

In the event of a particular show and/or guest being canceled or postponed, and it can’t be rescheduled within 30 days, the sponsor may choose a different sponsorship arrangement, or opt for a refund of that episode’s sponsorship. Any potential sponsor that pays before having their ad(s) approved, and don’t get approved, will be refunded.

Website Advertising

We currently have a few ads that people can take advantage of through Project Wonderful. All of these ads appear on every page of the site. He have a 160×600 Tower to the right a 468×60 Banner and also a large 728×90 Leaderboard at the top of every page.

Some or all of these ads may appear on a few other Fesworks, LLC websites as well (including The Jenny Everywhere Shifter Archive, P.S.I., and WebcomicZ)

Donation & Payments

Please use PayPal for any donations and payments. Please use ““. We will be looking into micropayments/subscriptions soon.


If anyone has questions, or want more details, they may e-mail us. Even if you are just curious, hey that’s fine. Contact WebcastBeacon-at-gmail-dot-com.

Network News

Send the WCBN your Press Releases!

On the subject on guidelines about sending the WCBN and its programs emails, I decided to revamp the whole Press Release policy, while also trying something new.

While there are many ways to contribute to the WCBN and its shows, including submitting your own original article, one can also submit promotional information via Press Releases. While I would encourage everyone to read the entire FAQs page first, I’ll give a quick overview on what we are looking at.

Everyone wants some recognition, and that’s fine. But please email us enough information. Too many emails come in where it’s barely a sentence or two, and doesn’t really say much. We want to know who you are (and what you go by), what you want us to know (and be detailed but still brief), and really try to sell us on it.

Remember, part of being a creative is selling yourself and your brand. That means to work on your pitch!

Why does all of this matter? Well, I’m going to trial run monthly post regarding Press Releases sent to us, as well as other information around the webcomics industry and community that may be of interest to be. Anything more news-like will be pushed to The Webcomic Beacon Newscast (if related enough). Otherwise we’ll collect the other information (where appropriate) for a monthly post for the first of the month. So if you have an event coming out during a month, get the information to us a before the 28th of the previous month.

We would prefer Press Release style notices for your own work, or heads up about news articles and tutorials. We want to increase the content of the WCBN website as well as our individual shows. This means we want to get things a little bit back to how The Webcomic Beacon was first run. Meaning more community building and sharing. We’ll be looking to have more assorted guests on that would like to talk about particular topics or recent news or upcoming events. We want to get back to that sharing of information, and promoting each other.

But first we’ll start with this trial run project first. So the next Press Release post will be on December 1st. I will be looking forward to suggestions and more submitted information. I have always been on the side of experimenting. This goes from articles to podcast episodes, to entire segments or series, or a whole new show!

I will also remind people that the strength of The Webcomic Beacon in the past was when listeners became very involved, and many eventually became crew in some fashion for some period of time. But it starts with those individuals with a drive to do something and be share it. It’s not about us telling you want to do, it’s about you telling us what could or should be done!

Frequently Asked Questions
Including steps on sending us Press Releases.

Other ways to contribute:
Podcast Appearances
Original Article Submissioms
Cover Art and Becky Beacon Art Submissions
Original Music Submissions
Webfiction Submissions for Readings
Product Reviews / Giveaways / Prizes