TIGRadio, a new online radio show catering to independent game developers, broadcasted its inaugural episode last night. It's hosted by several notable indie figures, including Flashbang Games's (Off-Road Velociraptor Safari) CEO Matthew Wegner and art director Ben Ruiz, as well as Super Meat Boy co-developer Tommy Refenes.

"We decided to avoid the complication of producing content for people other than ourselves (Do we make the show for gamers interested in indie games, or actual developers of indie games?)." explains Wegner. "In the end we realized we're much better off just doing what we know best. I think the show will be of interest to non-developers, too, but essentially we're trying to do interesting stuff for all of you guys!"

For the first show, TIGRadio brought in several guests from the indie games space -- Edmund McMillen (Super Meat Boy, Time Fcuk), Brandon Boyer (Gamasutra alum, Boing Boing contributing editor), Danny Baronowsky (Canabalt composer), Colin Northway (Fantastic Contraption), and Adam Saltsman (Canabalt) -- to talk about 2009 titles and their 2010 predictions.

TIGRadio plans to broadcast a show via Ustream (audio from a Skype conference, video from a shared whiteboard) every week, accompanied with a live chat enabling listeners to interact with the guests and hosts. You can hear the first episode and see when the next show will air on TIGRadio's official site.