So, my understanding of the process is as follows. (It may not be wholly accurate)
Corey Olsen does a live broadcast, available through GoToWebinar (which one must sign up for via e-mail) and Twitch (which one may view passively without logging in, but a login is required to type comments).
Immediately after that broadcast is finished, it is available on Twitch, and it is saved for future viewing on the site. However, this process only goes back so far, so only 'newer' content is available on Twitch.
Not long after the live broadcast, the Twitch video is uploaded to Signum's YouTube page. Again, this is only true for videos from the past few years, and doesn't go back nearly as far as the podcast does.
The recording is also sent to volunteers, who do some minor editing, and then release the podcast. Over the past year, these updates have been very sporadic and 'all at once' - so you might have to wait a couple of months, but then suddenly all of the sessions would be released and available in a large batch. I recognize that this is frustrating to people who would prefer to have a regular update rather than radio silence and then binge. I do not know if there is any way to streamline this process or encourage Signum's volunteers to do it differently. If anyone has concerns or would like to explain why they are frustrated, contacting [email protected]
by e-mail would seem to be the best recourse.
The most current page on Mythgard's website directing you to the podcast recordings is here: