The Digital Fix is on Patreon. We need your help.
There are many people who make this site possible - from our amazing editors who stress about making sure content on the site is as good as it can be to our tireless writers who put together all of the now-millions of words that make up the site.
In addition to these wonderful people we also have our Patreon supporters and this is THEIR page - where their support is immortalised on the site for as long as it exists.
If you'd like your name on here then please pop over to our Patreon page and offer your support...
Here are the people who have put their pennies forward to support our writing team...
- Geoff Marchment
- Steven Sheehan
- Timothy White
- Woz Alexander
More about The Digital Fix on Patreon
What Is The Digital Fix?
The Digital Fix is an entertainment website based in the UK. We focus on films, games, TV, music and geek culture. We started in 1999, originally known as DVD Times, but our growth in terms of subject matter meant we relaunched in 2010 under the current name.
We have a dedicated and brilliant team of writers creating some fantastic unique content but the world of online publishing is changing. We want to keep up and create even more content and features.
We have recently added new tiers to our Patreon page aimed at sponsors - it'd be lovely if some of these options were taken up, but we don't expect our users to put up that level of cash!
Why are we setting up this Patreon?
Until now, The Digital Fix has relied on advertising and affiliate income to pay for its existence. Unfortunately that income is reducing monthly and we're keen to explore new avenues to ensure the continued existence of the site AND to allow us to grow.
Patreon is one of those options.
Every penny we receive through Patreon will be used to pay our writers to create NEW and original exciting content. None of the money will be spent on anything other than content. Our hosting and other costs are already covered through advertising income and affiliate links.
We are dedicated to creating new content that is both exciting AND informative. We are an inclusive publication and we are striving to create content to appeal to as wide a range of people from different backgrounds as possible. To this end some of the money we receive via Patreon will be ring fenced to pay for content written by and aimed at marginalised groups.
We are also founding members of UK Film Blogs and fully support the UK Film Blogs charter - which aims to make film blogging in the UK more accountable and less driven by clickbait.