The Wolf Den

The Wolf Den

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The Wolf Den focuses on starting and growing a new business and interviews others who are influencing the business of new media. Part of the fun is hearing about the behind the scenes building of Earwolf.
162. Mignon Fogarty, Grammar Girl / Quick and Dirty Tips Network
Feb 14 • 40 min
Mignon “Grammar Girl” Fogarty joins Lex on the Wolf Den. The two talk about Mignon’s staggering 13 years in podcasting, and how she grew one show into the thriving Quick and Dirty Tips network. They also nerd out on language.
161. Renay Richardson, Broccoli Content
Jan 31 • 48 min
Renay Richardson chats with Lex from across the pond, detailing her experiences working for several audio production companies (but not the BBC!) — and how it led her to found Broccoli Content. With a goal of tackling the lack of opportunities for…
160. Danielle Kramer, Exactly Right Network
Jan 17 • 31 min
Danielle Kramer, Senior Producer of Exactly Right Network joins Lex on The Wolf Den. The two discuss the network’s formation, and which aspects of My Favorite Murder its original shows hope to maintain. Danielle also discusses what led her to the…
159. Jody Avirgan, ESPN’s 30 For 30 Podcasts
Jan 3 • 46 min
Lex speaks with ESPN’S Jody Avirgan, but he has a little help: He’s joined by Harrison Goldberg and Brody Pontarelli from Grace Church High School. The three ask Jody about the process of turning popular documentary series 30 for 30 into an audio format.…
158. The 12 Shows of Late December The Wolf Den Holiday “Special Shows We’re Jealous Of Spectacular”: Stitcher New York Edition 2018
Dec 20, 2018 • 64 min
It’s time for a holiday extravaganza! In this very special Wolf Den, Lex is joined by twelve guests from Stitcher’s New York office to talk about the Shows We’re Jealous Of. Featuring Jenny Barish, Andy Slater, David Murray, Will Carey, Jared O’Connell,…
157. Martina Castro - CEO, Adonde Media
Dec 6, 2018 • 54 min
Martina Castro, CEO of globally-minded podcast production company Adonde Media, joins Lex on the Wolf Den. Martina tells Lex about the formation of Adonde Media, and its recent projects like El Chapo and Duolingo. Martina and Lex discuss the many…
156. Erik Diehn, CEO of Stitcher
Nov 22, 2018 • 42 min
Stitcher CEO Erik Diehn returns to join Lex on The Wolf Den. Erik gives updates of Midroll and Stitcher’s recent “brand rotation,” and how it affects the company’s strategy going forward. Then, Erik outlines how the the recent acquisition of Triton…
155. Berry Sykes, PodcastsInColor
Nov 8, 2018 • 36 min
Berry Sykes of PodcastsInColor joins Lex on the Wolf Den. Berry and Lex discuss Berry’s journey from podcast superfan to creator of the largest directory of podcasts by and for people of color. Berry also gives her unique perspective on what podcast apps…
154. Chris Kelly, Pat Kelly of Kelly & Kelly Creative
Oct 25, 2018 • 39 min
Chris Kelly and Pat Kelly —from the aptly named podcast creative studio Kelly & Kelly and CBC’s This Is That — join Lex on the Wolf Den. Chris and Pat discuss This Is That’s upcoming tour, and inadvertently tricking listeners into thinking their satiric…
153. Dan Osit, Korri Kolesa, and Drew Welborn of Stitcher and Midroll Media
Oct 11, 2018 • 46 min
Stitcher’s own Dan Osit, Korri Kolesa, and Drew Welborn join Lex on The Wolf Den. The three tell Lex how they each came to work at Stitcher, and how their jobs have evolved. Later, the group gives its predictions for the future of the industry, and…
152. Ben Ratner, Producer at StarTalk Radio with Neil DeGrasse Tyson
Sep 27, 2018 • 41 min
Ben Ratner, video producer at StarTalk, joins Lex on the Wolf Den. Ben and Lex discuss Ben’s job experiences, including how an appearance on late night television led to a coveted internship. Ben also gives his unique perspective as both an audio and…
151. Grant Rutter, NBC Entertainment Podcast Network
Sep 13, 2018 • 40 min
Grant Rutter, podcast producer at NBC Entertainment, joins Lex on the Wolf Den. The two discuss Grant’s journey through the ranks at NBC and how it led him to be their fist full-time podcast producer. Grant also details the production of The Good Place…
150. Dan Franks of Podcast Movement / Podchaser’s Bradley Davis
Aug 30, 2018 • 57 min
This week’s Wolf Den is two guests for the price of one, as Lex speaks with two entrepreneurs in the field podcasting. First, Lex talks with Dan Franks, co-founder of Podcast Movement, the first ever dedicated podcast convention. They discuss the history…
149. Marco Arment, Overcast
Aug 16, 2018 • 95 min
Marco Arment, developer of podcast app Overcast, joins Lex on the Wolf Den. Lex and Marco discuss pretty much everything going on in podcasting today. The two debate the technical complications of dynamic ad insertion and how it affects both podcasters…
148. Harry Nelson, Wolf Den Producer
Aug 2, 2018 • 45 min
Harry Nelson, studio manager and producer at Earwolf New York, joins Lex on the Wolf Den. The two discuss the history of The Wolf Den, and how the show evolved over the past seven(!) years on the network. Harry also explains how a post on Reddit got him…
147. Jay Soderberg, VP of Content at Voxnest
Jul 19, 2018 • 41 min
Jay Soderberg, VP of Content at Voxnest — the parent company to Spreaker and BlogTalkRadio — joins Lex on the Wolf Den. The two discuss “Pod Vader’s” long career at ESPN Radio, Voxnest’s mission to provide monetization for growing podcasts, and the recent…
146. Jake Hurwitz, Amir Blumenfeld, and Marty Michael, HeadGum Podcast Network co-founders
Jul 5, 2018 • 32 min
Jake Hurwitz, Amir Blumenfeld, and Marty Michael, co-founders of the HeadGum podcast network, join Lex on the Wolf Den. The four talk about how HeadGum came to be, and reveal the topic so controversial it almost tore the group apart. Jake and Amir also…
145. Stuart Last, Chief Operating Officer at Audioboom
Jun 21, 2018 • 45 min
Stuart Last, Chief Operating Officer at Audioboom, joins Lex on the Wolf Den. Stuart discusses Audioboom’s failed “reverse takeover” of Triton Digital and the effect it’s had on the company. They also discuss the difficulties of building a creative…
144. Peter Vincer, Head of Global Strategic Partnerships at CastBox
Jun 7, 2018 • 39 min
Peter Vincer from the podcast platform and network Castbox joins Lex on The Wolf Den. The two discuss how Victor wound up working in audio, the benefits and growing pains of producing original content, as well as the future of programmatic advertising.
143. Jason Snell, Incomparable Podcast Network
May 24, 2018 • 51 min
Jason Snell from the Incomparable podcast network joins Lex on The Wolf Den. The two discuss Jason’s path to podcasting full time, the practical advantages of streaming episodes live, as well as the pros and cons of more companies making podcasts. This…
142. Alex Ramsey and Joe Cilio, Forever Dog Podcast Network
May 10, 2018 • 48 min
Alex Ramsey and Joe Cilio, co-founders of the Forever Dog Podcast Network, join Lex on The Wolf Den. The three discuss Forever Dog’s beginnings as a theater project, growing pains inherent to launching a podcast network, and if working in comedy ever…
141. Ryan Natoli and Katy Yeiser, The Onion’s A Very Fatal Murder
Apr 26, 2018 • 45 min
Chris and Lex speak with Ryan Natoli and Katy Yeiser of The Onion’s true crime parody podcast, A Very Fatal Murder. They discuss the making of the show and what inspired it, as well as the shift from The Onion’s usual short-form storytelling structure to…
140. Leila Day, senior producer, Pineapple Street Media
Apr 12, 2018 • 42 min
Leila Day, senior producer at Pineapple Street Media, joins Chris and Lex on The Wolf Den to detail her experience establishing her style of audio journalism and how it led her to producing for KALW and Al Jazeera. Leila also discusses teaching…
139. Sarah van Mosel, Podcast Sales and Strategy, Market Enginuity
Mar 29, 2018 • 51 min
Sarah van Mosel, Chief Podcast Sales and Strategy Officer at Market Enginuity joins Chris and Lex on the Wolf Den. The three discuss Market Enginuity’s unique role in podcast and public media advertising, outline the reasons various types of ads work well…
138. Gina Delvac, producer of Call Your Girlfriend
Mar 15, 2018 • 55 min
Gina Delvac, producer of the hit podcast Call Your Girlfriend joins Chris Bannon on The Wolf Den. Gina details her career in the audio industry, from public radio intern to podcast producer. The two also talk about the the delicate process of turning a…
137. Dan Misener and Steve Pratt, Pacific Content
Mar 1, 2018 • 47 min
Dan Misener and Steve Pratt of Pacific Content join Lex and Chris on the Wolf Den. The four discuss the early days and learning curves of branded content podcasts, how their time in traditional broadcasting prepared them for the industry, and the process…
136. Andrea Silenzi and Hillary Frank of The Longest Shortest Time
Feb 15, 2018 • 42 min
Andrea Silenzi and Hillary Frank join Chris and Lex on the Wolf Den to discuss Andrea taking over as host of The Longest Shortest Time. The four discuss the exciting challenges of a such a regime change, Hillary’s new role as the show’s as editor, and the…
135 Andrew Mason, CEO of Descript
Feb 1, 2018 • 43 min
Andrew Mason, CEO of Descript, joins Lex Friedman and Chris Bannon on The Wolf Den. Andrew details his new “audio word processor” Descript, and explains how it grew from his previous company Detour. The three also discuss the Andrew’s startup-themed…
134 Kerri Hoffman, CEO of PRX
Jan 18, 2018 • 39 min
Kerri Hoffman, CEO of PRX, joins Lex Friedman and Chris Bannon on The Wolf Den. The three discuss Kerri’s unconventional path from working for Greenpeace to the world of podcasting. Kerri then discusses PRX’s place in the industry, including their Podcast…
133 Kristen Meinzer, Director of Non-fiction Programming at Panoply Media
Dec 21, 2017 • 44 min
Kristen Meinzer, Director of Non-fiction Programming and co-host of the By The Book podcast at Panoply Media, joins Lex Friedman and Chris Bannon on The Wolf Den. The three begin with an important conversation about workplace sexual misconduct and…
132. Laura Mayer, Executive Producer of Show Development
Dec 7, 2017 • 44 min
Laura Mayer, Executive Producer of Show Development at Midroll Media joins Lex Friedman and Chris Bannon on The Wolf Den. The three discuss Laura’s past in radio and how she defines her current role at Midroll. Laura also outlines the development process…
131 Chris Giliberti, Head of Multiplatform at Gimlet Media
Nov 23, 2017 • 41 min
Chris Giliberti, Head of Multiplatform at Gimlet Media joins Lex Friedman and Chris Bannon on The Wolf Den. The three discuss Giliberti’s early days at Gimlet, and transition to his current position from his original role as Chief of Staff. Chris also…
130 Colin Anderson, Executive Producer, Earwolf
Nov 9, 2017 • 41 min
Colin Anderson, Executive Producer of Earwolf joins Chris Bannon on The Wolf Den. The pair discuss Colin’s background as a BBC Radio producer and how that led to a job in podcasting across the pond. Colin also describes his idea of what makes a show…
129 Nathan Russell, Creative Director at UCB Comedy/Don’t Think Productions
Oct 26, 2017 • 41 min
Nathan Russell, Creative Director at UCB Comedy/Don’t Think Productions and host of the UCB Digital Podcast joins Lex Friedman on The Wolf Den. The two discuss Nathan’s beginnings as an improvisor at the theater and how that eventually led to running…
128 Alison Hockenberry, Chief of Staff, Dubner Productions
Oct 12, 2017 • 45 min
Alison Hockenberry, chief of staff of Dubner Productions and executive producer of “Freakonomics Radio” and “Tell Me Something I Don’t Know,” joins Chris Bannon on The Wolf Den. The two discuss how Alison’s background as a TV news producer eventually led…
127 Brendan Monaghan, CEO of Panoply
Sep 29, 2017 • 43 min
Brendan Monaghan, CEO of Panoply Media, joins Chris and Lex on the Wolf Den. The three discuss how journey from working at the digital arm of the Washington Post to podcasting at Panoply. Brendan also explains Panoply’s Megaphone Targeted Marketplace and…
126 Binge Mode’s Jason Concepcion, Mallory Rubin, and Zach Mack
Sep 14, 2017 • 34 min
Jason Concepcion and Mallory Rubin along with producer Zach Mack from The Ringer’s Binge Mode podcast join Chris on the Wolf Den. The four explain the thought process behind the unconventional rollout as well as the the rigors of releasing ten episodes…
125 Max Temkin of Cards Against Humanity and the Chicago Podcast Co-Op
Aug 17, 2017 • 53 min
Max Temkin, co-creator of Cards Against Humanity and the Chicago Podcast Cooperative, joins Chris and Lex on the Wolf Den. The three discuss how Cards Against Humanity went from a game created by high school friends to a highly profitable performance art…
124 Kathy Doyle, Senior Director of Audio for Macmillan Podcasts
Aug 3, 2017 • 42 min
Kathy Doyle, senior director of audio for Macmillan Podcasts and the long-established Quick and Dirty Tips Network, joins Chris and Lex on the Wolf Den. The three discuss the creation of QDT, from its humble beginnings with Grammar Girl, to being featured…
123 Samantha Henig, Editorial Director for Audio at the New York Times
Jul 20, 2017 • 54 min
Samantha Henig, Editorial Director for Audio at the New York Times, joins Chris Bannon on The Wolf Den. The two discuss the creation and challenges of her hugely successful new daily news podcast, The Daily, as well as new opportunities for short-form…
122 Aaron Lammer, Co-Founder of Longform.org and host of Stoner
Jul 6, 2017 • 58 min
Aaron Lammer, co-host of the Longform Podcast, joins Chris Bannon on the Wolf Den. The two discuss the creation and evolution of the innovative website Lammer helped co-found, Longform.org, and how podcasting fits into his vision of the site’s future.…
121 Bob Garfield, co-host of WNYC’s On The Media
Jun 22, 2017 • 50 min
Bob Garfield, co-host of WNYC’s On The Media, joins Chris and Lex on The Wolf Den. Bob details the journey of his new podcast, The Genius Dialogues, from a Kickstarter campaign to its home on Audible Channels. The three also discuss podcasting business…
120 Erik Diehn, Midroll Media CEO
May 15, 2017 • 49 min
Midroll Media CEO Erik Diehn returns to The Wolf Den. The group discusses the formation of the East Coast office, the future of Stitcher, and the value of premium content and partnerships in podcasting.
119 Lauren Ober, Host of NPR’s The Big Listen
Apr 13, 2017 • 49 min
Lauren Ober hosts the only nationally syndicated public radio program about podcasts, “The Big Listen.” She joins Chris Bannon and Lex Friedman on The Wolf Den to tell how the show got started at WAMU and what it was like to get picked up by NPR. Lauren…
118 Julie Shapiro, Radiotopia Executive Producer
Feb 23, 2017 • 48 min
According to executive producer Julie Shapiro, Radiotopia is a unique podcast network that she likens to a punk rock record label, bringing together independent shows to help support and grow them. But how does a show get “signed” to Radiotopia? Julie…
117 Hernan Lopez, Wondery Founder and CEO
Dec 22, 2016 • 40 min
Go inside one of the most talked-about new entrants in podcasting with Hernan Lopez, a cable television veteran who founded Wondery at the start of the year. He joins the Wolf Den to discuss that transition from video to audio with hosts Chris Bannon and…
116 Ken Doctor, Media Analyst
Nov 24, 2016 • 45 min
The podcasting industry is often characterized as being like the “Wild West,” which is very similar to how digital publishing was regarded in the 1990s. Media analyst Ken Doctor was at the forefront of journalism’s first online forays while working at…
115 Max Linsky, Co-founder of Pineapple Street Media and Longform
Oct 13, 2016 • 47 min
Max Linsky has the rare opportunity to spend time making a podcast with Hillary Clinton while she’s on the campaign trail. On this episode Max gives Chris and Lex a behind-the-scenes glimpse at that show, “With Her,” and the new podcasting company that he…
114 Rena Unger, Lead for IAB’s Digital Audio Committee
Sep 15, 2016 • 35 min
Rena Unger has a uniquely comprehensive view of the digital audio industry. She’s worked on the brand side, on the content side, and now helps to guide and grow the industry as as whole as the Director of Industry Initiatives at the Interactive…
113 Myke Hurley, Relay.fm Co-Founder
Sep 1, 2016 • 52 min
If you’ve ever dreamed of starting your own podcast network, this episode is for you. Myke Hurley is a veteran podcaster and the co-founder of Relay.fm, a popular and highly regarded tech podcast network with 20 shows. He joins Lex Friedman in the Wolf…
112 Adam Ragusea, Host of The Pub Podcast
Aug 18, 2016 • 63 min
What are the biggest challenges facing public radio, and how does podcasting fit into the equation? Those are just a couple of the big questions that guest Adam Ragusea tackles in this spirited discussion with hosts Chris Bannon and Lex Friedman. Adam is…
111 Manoush Zomorodi, Note to Self Host and Managing Editor
Aug 4, 2016 • 54 min
Through her WNYC podcast and radio program “Note to Self” Manoush Zomorodi is exploring how technology affects culture, the way we work and the way we live our lives. She guests on the Wolf Den to discuss how that curiosity has led to projects on her show…
110 Eric Nuzum, Audible VP of Original Content
Jul 21, 2016 • 49 min
Learn all about Audible’s new Channels podcast line-up with Eric Nuzum, the company’s Vice President of Original Content. He joins new co-hosts Chris Bannon and Lex Friedman in the Wolf Den to explain what Channels is, and how the effort intends to grow…
109 Midroll’s Erik Diehn and Lex Friedman
Jul 7, 2016 • 61 min
Find out what’s happening behind the scenes at Midroll and Earwolf during this very busy summer, as Midroll’s Erik Diehn and Lex Friedman join Adam for his very last episode hosting The Wolf Den. Adam recently stepped aside from his position of CEO and…
108 Matt Lieber, President of Gimlet Media
Jun 23, 2016 • 45 min
On this episode Matt Lieber provides some insight on what makes his company, Gimlet Media, tick. He is the president of Gimlet, which produces popular podcasts like Reply All, Surprisingly Awesome, and Startup, the company’s first show, which also…
107 Sarah Thyre and Franklin Leonard: Live at Fast Company Creative Counter-Conference
Jun 9, 2016 • 53 min
Dig deep into the business of podcasting with this episode of The Wolf Den, recorded live at a Fast Company Creative Counter-Conference event hosted at the Earwolf studios in Hollywood. Adam moderates a panel with Earwolf hosts Sarah Thyre (“Crybabies”)…
106 Chris Gethard of Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People
May 26, 2016 • 58 min
Comedian and Jersey boy Chris Gethard wasn’t quite ready to host one of the hottest and most popular podcasts around. As he explains to Adam Sachs on this episode of The Wolf Den, he thought there would be some time in the first few months to feel it out.…
105 Scott Aukerman and Chris Bannon
May 12, 2016 • 48 min
Adam gets Scott Aukerman in the guest chair for the first time as host of “The Wolf Den,” along with Chris Bannon, Midroll Media’s chief content officer, to talk about the state of Earwolf and Howl. Hear Scott do his best Paul Scheer impression as he…
104 Laura Walker, New York Public Radio President and CEO
Apr 28, 2016 • 37 min
Laura Walker is the president and CEO of New York Public Radio, the largest public radio station group in the US, and a well-known leader in podcasting, though its flagship station WNYC. In fact, it was the first public station to release a podcast, which…
103 Hillary Frank, The Longest Shortest Time Host and Creator
Apr 14, 2016 • 40 min
Hillary Frank got into radio by breaking the rules, using a boombox and an answering machine to produce a segment for This American Life. She is the host of the leading parenting podcast The Longest Shortest Time, which joined Earwolf in January 2016. On…
102 Stephen J. Dubner of Question of the Day and Freakonomics Radio
Mar 31, 2016 • 53 min
As a widely respected journalist, best-selling author and creator/host of one of the most popular podcasts—Freakonomics Radio—Stephen Dubner is in a unique position to analyze the state of podcasting. He joins Adam to tackle this and other meaty topics…
101 The Food Episode with Jon Gabrus and Zach Brooks
Mar 17, 2016 • 71 min
Adam sometimes likes to grab lunch with his friend, food writer and podcaster Zach Brooks (Food Is The New Rock). This time they brought along comedian and podcaster Jon Gabrus (High and Mighty), and an audio recorder to capture their conversation riding…
100 Jad Abumrad, Creator of Radiolab
Mar 3, 2016 • 48 min
For this extra-special 100th episode of The Wolf Den, Adam talks with the very first MacArthur Fellow to be on the show, Jad Abumrad. Jad is the creator and co-host of Radiolab, a public radio show heard on more than 500 stations, and one of the most…
Highlights from 6 Years of The Wolf Den
Feb 18, 2016 • 55 min
Just before The Wolf Den hits its 100th episode milestone, Adam takes a brief listen back to relive some highlights in what’s been an exciting six years in the evolution and growth of Midroll, and podcasting. Adam shares early clips from podcast…
98 Mishy Harman of Israel Story
Feb 4, 2016 • 40 min
Mishy Harman first heard This American Life on a road trip across the United States, listening to a compilation of shows provided by his college roommate. That binge inspired the Jerusalem native to co-create Israel Story, a radio show and podcast focused…
97 Guy Raz, Host of NPR’s TED Radio Hour
Jan 21, 2016 • 41 min
Guy Raz is the host of NPR’s TED Radio Hour, which has consistently been at the top of the iTunes charts since it debuted in 2012. He is Adam’s guest for an episode that no public radio or podcast fan should miss. Guy explains how the idea for the show…
96 Brian Koppelman, Screenwriter/Producer/Essayist
Jan 7, 2016 • 41 min
Brian Koppelman believes people who accomplish remarkable things do something differently than most other. The screenwriter, producer and essayist thinks they marshall the best of themselves in the low moments, as well as the high ones. Learning about…
95 Susanne Reber and Delaney Hall of Reveal
Dec 24, 2015 • 37 min
Reveal is a public radio show and podcast that features a kind of in-depth investigative reporting rarely heard in either medium. Susanne Reber, co-founder and executive editor of Reveal, and reporter and broadcast producer Delaney Hall join Adam to go…
94 Paul F. Tompkins of SPONTANEANATION
Dec 10, 2015 • 45 min
How does Paul F. Tompkins manage his email? Will there ever be another episode of the Pod F. Tompkast? What is it like to do more than 100 episodes of Comedy Bang Bang? All these questions, and more, will be answered on this episode of The Wolf Den, when…
93 Anne Wootton, Pop Up Archive CEO & Co-Founder
Nov 26, 2015 • 45 min
With all the podcasts and audio content being produced, how do we make it more searchable, findable, and shareable, and then preserve it for the ages? Pop Up Archive is a start-up aiming to address those challenges. Anne Wootton is the company’s…
92 Jenna Weiss-Berman, Buzzfeed’s Director of Audio
Nov 12, 2015 • 45 min
Learn the story behind Hillary Clinton’s headline-grabbing interview on Another Round, along with how Lena Dunham’s new podcast, Women of the Hour, came together. Plus there are many other juicy tidbits for podcast nerds on this episode, as Buzzfeed’s…
91 Rabia Chaudry of Undisclosed
Oct 29, 2015 • 31 min
Learn the back story of how the case of Adnan Syed came to the attention of Serial producer Sarah Koenig from the person who first contacted her, Rabia Chaudry. Herself an attorney, Rabia now co-hosts her own podcast, Undisclosed, in which she and fellow…
90 Ryan Hoover, Founder of Product Hunt
Oct 15, 2015 • 33 min
Ryan Hoover is the founder of Product Hunt, a website and online community that has been described as Reddit for tech products. The site recently added a section dedicated to podcasts, and Ryan tells Adam what exactly Product Hunt is, how it got started,…
89 Erik Diehn, Midroll Media VP of Business Development
Oct 1, 2015 • 46 min
Adam goes deep into the business of podcasting with Erik Diehn, Midroll Media’s VP of Business Development, touching on how Erik finds and signs new shows, how public radio came to dominate the top of the charts, and on the advertising technologies like…
88 David Raphael, CEO of Public Media Marketing
Sep 17, 2015 • 48 min
Go behind the scenes of the sponsorships that support top public radio podcasts—like This American Life, The Moth, and Serial—with Adam’s guest David Raphael, founder and CEO of Public Media Marketing. David recalls how his career in public media caused…
87 Lea Thau, Creator and Host of Strangers
Sep 3, 2015 • 66 min
Lea Thau is one of the strongest influencers of the modern storytelling style that has taken off in radio, television, advertising, and, of course, podcasting. She is a Peabody Award-winning producer and director, the former executive director of The Moth…
86 Chris Bannon and Gretta Cohn of Midroll
Aug 20, 2015 • 40 min
Get the inside scoop on Earwolf, Wolfpop, and now, Howl on this episode of The Wolf Den. Adam’s guests are Midroll Media’s Chief Content Officer Chris Bannon and Senior Producer Gretta Cohn. They shed some light on how they work with the networks’ hosts…
85 Marc Maron of WTF
Aug 6, 2015 • 52 min
Marc Maron joins Adam for this instant-classic episode of The Wolf Den, recorded live on stage at Podcast Movement 2015. Marc shares his thoughts on having President Obama on his own podcast, WTF, and his take on the press coverage that only focused on…
84 Adam Symson and JB Kropp, EW Scripps
Jul 22, 2015 • 39 min
Breaking news: In a landmark deal for podcasting, Midroll Media has been acquired by E.W. Scripps, a titan of media and journalism, old and new. Adam sits down with Scripps’ Chief Digital Officer and Senior Vice President of Digital Media, Adam Symson and…
83 Crissle West, The Read Co-host
Jul 9, 2015 • 29 min
Crissle West is the co-host of the enormously popular podcast The Read, and she joins Adam in The Wolf Den to talk about her experience in podcasting, and growing the diversity of voices heard in the medium. Crissle shares the story of how she met her…
82 Franklin Leonard, CEO and Founder of The Black List
Jun 25, 2015 • 46 min
Hollywood meets podcasting with guest Franklin Leonard, founder and CEO of The Black List, and host of the Wolfpop show, The Black List Table Reads. Franklin tells Adam Sachs how The Black List began as an informal survey he did just looking for good…
81 Nick Quah of Hot Pod
Jun 11, 2015 • 37 min
One of the podcasting industry’s leading observers, Nick Quah, is Adam’s guest on this edition of The Wolf Den. Nick is the editor of Hot Pod email newsletter, which, in less than nine months, has turned into the de facto industry journal for podcasting,…
80 Chris Morrow, Loud Speakers CEO & Co-Founder
May 28, 2015 • 41 min
Loud Speakers Network co-founder and CEO Chris Morrow joins Adam for an interview that is a must-listen for anyone who has wanted to know how a successful podcast network finds talent and develops shows. Loud Speakers is a hip-hop and urban focused…
79 Kristoffer Triumf, Host of Varvet
May 14, 2015 • 22 min
Adam’s guest is Kristoffer Triumf, host and producer of one of the most popular podcasts in Sweden, Värvet. This long-form celebrity interview show has been in production since 2012. Kristoffer talks about what influenced him to get into podcasting. Chief…
78 Dan Carlin, Host of Hardcore History
Apr 30, 2015 • 49 min
Veteran podcaster Dan Carlin has been hosting the perennially popular Common Sense podcast since 2005, and in 2014 iTunes named his Hardcore History podcast the best classic podcast of the year. He’s Adam’s guest for this episode of the Wolf Den,…
77 Alex Blumberg, Co-founder and CEO of Gimlet Media
Apr 16, 2015 • 53 min
Public radio veteran Alex Blumberg returns to The Wolf Den, nearly a year after he told then-host Jeff Ullrich about his plans for a new podcasting company. Now Alex is the co-founder and CEO of Gimlet Media, which produces the popular StartUp and…
76 Adam Carolla, Comedian/Podcaster/Filmmaker
Apr 2, 2015 • 40 min
Comedian, television host, author, filmmaker and podcaster Adam Carolla joins Adam Sachs on The Wolf Den to discuss the business side of his many endeavors. Carolla recalls that the idea to podcast was born from the fact that his morning show on…
75 Micah Rosenbloom, Managing Partner of Founder Collective
Mar 19, 2015 • 42 min
Adam’s guest is Micah Rosenbloom, who joins for a lively discussion about the role of podcasting in entrepreneurship and venture capital. Micah is Managing Partner of the Founder Collective, an early stage venture capital firm that funded companies like…
74 Jack O’Brien, Cracked Editor-in-Chief
Mar 5, 2015 • 46 min
Cracked Editor-in-Chief Jack O’Brien joins Adam for a repeat Wolf Den appearance. On his first time guesting (episode #32 in 2011) Jack met Jeff Ullrich for the first time, and didn’t even have a podcast yet. Now he hosts the Cracked Podcast, a successful…
73 Semil Shah, Venture Capital Advisor & Investor
Feb 19, 2015 • 47 min
Semil Shah shares a valuable investor’s perspective on the business of podcasting for episode 73 of The Wolf Den. Semil is a venture capital advisor and investor, an active blogger and columnist, and was part of the team that developed and marketed the…
72 Joel Stein, Time magazine columnist, Journalist, and Author
Feb 5, 2015 • 47 min
Time magazine columnist, journalist, and author Joel Stein joins Adam for a spirited discussion that traverses the circuitous pathway between old and new media. Joel talks about why he chose to go with old media when he got out of college in the 90s—even…
71 Lex Friedman, Midroll’s EVP of Sales and Development
Jan 22, 2015 • 42 min
Lex Friedman, Midroll’s EVP of Sales and Development, joins Adam to pull the curtain back on this fun “inside Midroll Media” episode of The Wolf Den. Lex tells the story of how he got started selling podcast ads—despite not having a sales background—and…
70 Noah Shanok, Stitcher CEO & co-founder
Jan 8, 2015 • 45 min
Noah Shanok is Adam’s guest for this edition of The Wolf Den. He is the co-founder and former CEO of Stitcher, the popular on-demand podcast and Internet radio service. Stitcher was an early innovator in podcasting, coming on the scene when Blackberrys…
69 Neil deGrasse Tyson, host of StarTalk Radio
Dec 18, 2014 • 29 min
Adam’s guest for this episode is the world’s best known astrophysicist—and an amazingly talented podcast host—Neil deGrasse Tyson. In this don’t-miss episode Neil discusses how hosting the StarTalk Radio podcast serves his mission to educate the public…
68 Adam Rymer, Nerdist Industries President
Dec 4, 2014 • 39 min
Nerdist Industries President Adam Rymer is the guest for this episode of The Wolf Den, discussing how the Nerdist brand went from being Chris Hardwick’s website and podcast to becoming an agile and fast-growing digital media company, now part of Legendary…
67 Aisha Tyler of Girl On Guy
Nov 20, 2014 • 51 min
Adam’s guest is the multi-talented actress, comedian, and author Aisha Tyler. Many listeners may know her best for the very popular Girl On Guy podcast, which she hosts and produces. In this conversation Aisha shares how she started out just wanting to be…
66 Wolfpop Curator Paul Scheer & Podcast Developer Matt Gourley
Nov 5, 2014 • 51 min
Earwolf and Midroll Media just launched a new podcast network: Wolfpop. Curator Paul Scheer and Podcast Developer Matt Gourley join Adam for this conversation recorded six hours after Wolfpop went live (and an all-nighter for Adam). They talk about how…
65 Chris Erwin, Head of Operations for Big Frame
Oct 16, 2014 • 44 min
Adam’s guest is Chris Erwin, Head of Operations for Big Frame. The company, which was acquired this year by DreamWorks, is often called a multichannel network, or MCN, while Chris describes Big Frame as, “a new-era entertainment company for teens and…
64 Tim Ferriss, Author of The 4-Hour Workweek/Body/Chef
Oct 2, 2014 • 53 min
As Tim Ferriss explains on this episode of The Wolf Den, he views himself as a teacher who does a lot of self-experimentation and then shares the results in his books like The 4-Hour Work Week, The 4-Hour Body and The 4-Hour Chef, and on his blog. He and…
63 James Altucher, Entrepreneur/Author/Blogger/Podcaster
Sep 18, 2014 • 39 min
Adam’s guest on this episode is James Altucher , a successful entrepreneur, investor, board member, bestselling author, and blogger. He also recently became a podcaster, hosting the popular twice-a-week James Altucher Show and the daily Ask Altucher. They…
62 Howard Lindzon, Co-Founder of StockTwits
Sep 4, 2014 • 45 min
Howard Lindzon is the guest for Adam’s first episode as host. Howard is a financial analyst, angel investor and hedge fund manager, best known for founding StockTwits, the social network for investors. He’s also a witty guy who created and sold a…
61 Adam Sachs, CEO of Midroll Media/Earwolf
Aug 21, 2014 • 58 min
This is Jeff’s last episode. It’s also the one where he passes the torch to Adam Sachs, The Wolf Den’s new host and the new CEO of Earwolf’s parent company, Midroll Media. They talk about why Jeff started the show, and Jeff offers some friendly advice for…
60 - Scott Aukerman, Co-Founder of Earwolf
Aug 7, 2014 • 49 min
Scott Aukerman of Comedy Bang! Bang! fame and Earwolf co-founder joins Jeff to discuss a big change: Jeff is moving out of his role as Earwolf and Midroll Media CEO to become Chairman of the company. They talk about the early days of Earwolf, and some of…
59 Kevin Smith, SModCast Founder
Jun 12, 2014 • 57 min
The multitalented Kevin Smith is Jeff’s guest for this episode of The Wolf Den. Kevin says that he’ll always be called “director Kevin Smith,” but the truth is that he’s “done way more podcasts” than films. He tells Jeff why he got started podcasting and…
58 Chris Hardwick, Chief Nerdist
May 22, 2014 • 49 min
Chief Nerdist Chris Hardwick returns to The Wolf Den for the first time in four years. He and Jeff get caught up with everything going on in the Nerdist world, and how Chris keeps on top of having a podcast, a Comedy Central TV show, and being the CEO of…
57 Alex Blumberg of This American Life
May 8, 2014 • 36 min
Public radio producer Alex Blumberg enters The Wolf Den to discuss the entrepreneurial future of audio journalism. Alex is a long-standing producer for This American Life and the co-founder of the NPR podcast and radio program Planet Money. He tells Jeff…
56 Ellen Weiss, VP of E.W. Scripps Co.’s News Bureau
Apr 24, 2014 • 44 min
Ellen Weiss is vice president and bureau chief for E.W. Scripps Company’s multimedia news bureau. She joins Jeff from Washington DC to discuss podcasting’s new frontiers in journalism. They talk about Ellen’s distinguished career in news at NPR and the…
55 Brendan McDonald, WTF producer
Apr 10, 2014 • 55 min
Though he is rarely heard from on his own, Marc Maron says he considers WTF producer Brendan McDonald, “half of the show.” On this episode of The Wolf Den Brendan steps out of the producer’s chair and in front of the microphone. He tells Jeff how his…
54 David Plotz of Slate
Apr 4, 2014 • 54 min
Editor & Chief of Slate and Political Gabfest host David Plotz joins Jeff to talk about all of the new changes that have occurred in the world of podcasting. They’ll discuss the value and downsides regarding live shows for podcasts, David’s current…
53 Paul Riismandel of RadioSurvivor
Dec 30, 2013 • 51 min
All the way from Portland, Paul Riismandel of RadioSurvivor.com joins Jeff to discuss many important things in the world of podcasting. They’ll talk about the sustainability of podcasting, the discoverability of podcasts, and the difficulty of building an…
52 David Lidsky of Fast Company
Nov 13, 2013 • 79 min
Deputy Editor of Fast Company and podcast enthusiast David Lidsky joins Jeff all the way from New York for a special episode of the Wolf Den that we hope will get some press! David gives us a quick history of business media, tells us how Fast Company’s…
51 What’s Up With Earwolf?
Sep 16, 2013 • 53 min
It’s the triumphant return of Peter Moses who once again interviews Jeff about all the things that have changed with Earwolf since they talked almost 2 years ago. They’ll discuss the early days of recording in a roach infested studio, some of the…
50 Chris Fealy of Nerdist
May 20, 2013 • 45 min
General manager of Nerdist Industries and all around good guy Chris Fealy is here to squash any thoughts of there being any sort of Nerdist vs. Earwolf rivalry. He joins Jeff to discuss expanding a podcast network into different mediums which include…
49 Slate.com’s Andy Bowers
May 1, 2013 • 23 min
It’s been 16 months since the last episode but The Wolf Den is back with Slate.com’s Andy Bowers. He’s here to discuss the mood of podcasting, how radio will survive with the increasing amount of audio on demand choices, and finding a balance between…
48 Hello 2012!
Jan 12, 2012 • 29 min
This week’s The Wolf Den is short but sweet! Get an update on the status of this podcast, a look back at Earwolf 2011, an announcement of a cool future episode, and several other business announcements that might be of interest. We’ll see you in a few…
47 Drew Droege
Dec 29, 2011 • 56 min
Drew Droege treated us to Glitter in the Garbage for a year here on Earwolf. Now he joins Jeff in The Wolf Den to discuss his life in the south, the mistakes he made as a young artist, the relationship between comedian and businessman, and the fallacy of…
46 David Kahn of SModcast
Dec 22, 2011 • 40 min
One of the most successful podcasting networks is Kevin Smith’s SModcast. After we had so much fun and learned so much with Bagged and Boarded’s Matt Cohen, it was a no brainer to invite David Kahn to The Wolf Den. He is in charge of advertising and…
45 Walking The Room
Dec 8, 2011 • 102 min
Greg Behrendt and Dave Anthony have a podcast called Walking the Room that is considered by many “a podcaster’s podcast.” They leave their closet to join us in The Wolf Den to talk to us about the way the podcast has changed their careers, how listening…
44 HijiNKS ENSUE
Dec 2, 2011 • 64 min
There seems to be a connection between podcasting and graphic design. There are so many amazing artists out there who make podcast art. Joel Watson from HijiNKS ENSUE has given us two popular show logos and he is here on The Wolf Den to tell us about his…
43 Earwolf Thanksgiving
Nov 25, 2011 • 32 min
Since we’re so thankful for all you wonderful listeners, we decided to put together a last minute The Wolf Den with everyone in the office. You’ll hear both our wonderful engineers, Cyrus and Dustin, our tech wizard Shahruz, our financial guru Dave, our…
42 How Did This Get Made?
Nov 17, 2011 • 69 min
How Did This Get Made? has been on a roll lately. They’ve had guests like Lexi Alexander, director of Punisher: War Zone, Greg Sestero from The Room, and just performed a live show at Largo with Damon Lindelof and Superman’s Jack O’Halloran. As we…
41 The Chris Gethard Show
Nov 10, 2011 • 77 min
The Chris Gethard Show is just the latest crazy, hilarious, original project from Chris Gethard. Chris has spent the last few years dreaming up some of the coolest comedy projects to come out of New York City. He’s used his brilliance to bring Diddy to…
40 5 Second Films
Nov 3, 2011 • 65 min
According to Ben Gigli of 5 Second Films, making friends with your fellow content providers is imperative to having success online. We took that advice before he even gave it and had him on The Wolf Den to discuss Youtube monetization, understanding…
39 Jimmy Pardo: Never Not Funny
Oct 27, 2011 • 56 min
Jimmy Pardo came to Earwolf to record Who Charted? and we couldn’t let him leave without a good solid brain-picking on the world of podcasting. His show Never Not Funny played (and continues to play) such a important role in the growth and development of…
38 AV Club’s Steve Heisler
Oct 20, 2011 • 56 min
Steve Heisler has a life that I’m sure many Earwolf fans envy: He writes about comedy for The AV Club, Vulture and Variety, he produces comedy for the Just For Laughs festival, and he performs comedy of his very own! If you aspire to create a career for…
37 What’s It Like At Earwolf?
Oct 13, 2011 • 41 min
The week Jeff once again breaks the mold of what The Wolf Den is by podcasting all by himself (and with a little help from our brilliant engineer Dustin and our financial miracle worker Dave). We’d like to give you a once over of where Earwolf is right…
36 Who Uses Yourcast?
Oct 6, 2011 • 58 min
When we relaunched Earwolf.com, we added a section called Yourcast that would allow podcasters to advertise on our site. For this week’s The Wolf Den, we’ve asked two of our Yourcast users (Jacob Munford from Lobstercast and Cameron Buchholtz from CB…
35 Earwolf Challenge Epilogue
Sep 29, 2011 • 91 min
34 Who Is Peter Kafka?
Sep 22, 2011 • 61 min
Jeff has used his skills of deceit and trickery to get a truly wonderful guest for the week: Peter Kafka from All Things Digital. This guy has worked for Forbes Magazine and a major Wall Street banker and guess what? He’s a podcast geek! Jeff and Peter…
33 Who Runs Funny or Die?
Sep 15, 2011 • 56 min
Hopefully most of you have visited Funny or Die since Monday and know about our new partnership with them. If you haven’t, this episode will answer a lot of questions. Even if you have, you’ll learn from Dick Glover, President of Funny or Die, how the…
32 Who Runs Cracked?
Sep 8, 2011 • 65 min
Cracked.com is one of the internet’s most popular comedy locales. Jack O’Brien is the mastermind behind this magazine-turned-website and he’s here on The Wolf Den to talk web analytics, book publishing, flashbulb memory and more. Learn a bit about the…
31 What Is Dead Frog?
Sep 1, 2011 • 58 min
Todd Jackson is a comedy writer and entrepreneur who hopped from Cracked Magazine to Comedy Central before creating the comedy website Dead-Frog . He joins Jeff on this unusual episode to discuss 9/11, strange-sounding networking advice, and the potential…
30 Who Works for SModcast?
Aug 25, 2011 • 47 min
Matt Cohen is one of very few full-time podcast producers. In addition to hosting his own show Bagged and Boarded, he produces Mohr Stories and has a long-standing relationship with SModcast. He joins The Wolf Den to discuss the relationship between…
29 Who Is Baratunde Thurston?
Aug 18, 2011 • 76 min
If you haven’t asked yourself this question yet, you will after listening to this episode! Part political activist, part social media innovator, and one-hundred-percent hilarious, Baratunde joins Jeff this week to discuss the evolution of entertainment…
28 Did You Miss Me?
Aug 11, 2011 • 62 min
The Wolf Den is finally back! In exchange for the several week absence, we have a great episode for you all featuring Jeff Rubin of Collegehumor, Nerd Alert, The Jeff Rubin Jeff Rubin Show and more. He explains the complicated (yet awesome) science of…
27 Why is Jeff Still Home?
Jul 21, 2011 • 28 min
Jeff is back once again from his apartment to give us all a quick run down of Earwolf news. Topics of the day: The Earwolf Challenge, our FunnyorDie partnership, and our forthcoming advisory board. Of course, it wouldn’t be The Wolf Den without “Preachy…
26 Well That Was Weird
Jul 14, 2011 • 36 min
For the first time, Jeff records an episode from his apartment and without guests. He monologues about trying to survive a rough week at Earwolf, why you should pursue your passion and how to afford titty bars. He also plays messages from listeners about…
25 Who Is The Nerdist?
Jul 7, 2011 • 73 min
It seems like every time you click refresh on the Nerdist website there is new cool stuff happening. What started as a blog and transitioned into a podcast is now a television pilot, a live performance space at Meltown Comics, a podcasting network, and…
24 Who Are Our Superfans?
Jun 30, 2011 • 67 min
We love all our Earwolf listeners and are impressed by their contributions to the network as fans. This episode celebrates those listeners by speaking to three of our biggest superfans: Dustin Martian, Julia Hays, and Mike McCawley. They all started…
23 Where Is Sklarbro Country?
Jun 23, 2011 • 60 min
It took us long enough, but we finally have Earwolf hosts on The Wolf Den! Those hosts are Randy and Jason Sklar of Sklarbro Country, our sports-themed comedy show that comes out every Friday. You might underestimate their awareness of download numbers…
22 Who Built Our Website?
Jun 16, 2011 • 70 min
Now that the dust has settled and we’ve all taken a few naps, we’re ready to discuss Earwolf 2.0! The bulk of the Earwolf team is in the studio with The Plop List’s Joel Mandelkorn to talk through the new Earwolf: What we’re proud of, what we want to…
21 Who Listens To Earwolf?
Jun 9, 2011 • 39 min
Our primary job with The Wolf Den is to inform our listeners about who we are. So who better to have as a guest than one of our smart, funny listeners? Natan is a graduate student at DePaul University and when he asked for help with a project we gave him…
20 What is Earbits?
Jun 2, 2011 • 61 min
Each week on The Wolf Den we learn more about the state of digital media as it pertains to comedy and podcasting. This week we have guests from the world of music to talk about the unique struggles of their industry. Yotam Rosenbaum and Joey Flores are…
19 What is Never Not Funny?
May 26, 2011 • 61 min
We’re back this week with Matt Belknap. While he discussed the origins of AST and Never Not Funny last week , we learn this week about the growth of podcasting since his involvement. The ever divisive issue of podcast monetization comes up and Matt and…
18 What Is AST?
May 19, 2011 • 52 min
AST, or A Special Thing, is quite enigmatic in that it’s a message board, a comedy news site, a record company, and the original internet home of many podcasts. Over the last ten years, Matt Belknap has turned his hobby for comedy and desire for…
17 What is The Homes?
May 15, 2011 • 52 min
John Cabrera is the filmmaker and musician responsible for the web musical The Homes . So what does he think about this new media age? Jeff and John discuss the waning desire for tactile media, the evolution of web content, and the relationship between…
What is Beyond the Ego?
May 14, 2011 • 76 min
Last week Paul F. Tompkins cited The Superego Podcast as one that inspired him. This week Superego’s Matt Gourley joins The Wolf Den to discuss what it means to be “the comic’s comic” of podcasting. If any of you listeners have wanted to start a podcast…
Who is Jeff?
May 14, 2011 • 43 min
In sixteen episodes of The Wolf Den one question has been left unanswered: Who is Jeff? This week we take time to learn who Jeff is, how he became part of this industry, and why he no longer follows the Cubs. You’ll also get to know Intern Peter who is a…
Who’s Your Gateway Guest?
Apr 20, 2011 • 64 min
This episode of The Wolf Den is dedicated to the listeners worried about the show being too funny. Our guest is the famously somber Paul F. Tompkins who is here to discuss his role as a leading Gateway Guest (among other things) in the least humorous way…
What is Maximum Fun?
Apr 12, 2011 • 77 min
You can’t talk about podcasting without talking about Jesse Thorn. From terrestrial radio to television, Jesse has turned a hobby for podcasting into a means of livelihood and has been a major source of positive attention towards the industry. Jesse joins…
What’s Going On at ACE?
Apr 6, 2011 • 55 min
Our survey shows that many of our listeners are also fans of Ace Broadcasting. This week’s guest is Jeff Fox who produces several of Ace’s shows including CarCast and This Week with Larry Miller. Mr. Fox tells us how working in the business has helped him…
Who Keeps YouTube Free?
Mar 29, 2011 • 52 min
When was the last time you visited Youtube? The video hosting site has become synonymous with internet media and has billions of visitors each month. Eric Meyerson is not only the marketing director for Youtube, but a true Earwolf fan, and he joins us on…
Who Builds Our Website?
Mar 23, 2011 • 47 min
Have you ever wanted to be a fly on the wall in an Earwolf meeting? This week we decided to record a conversation between the developers, designers, engineers, and other hardworking Earwolves that are planning version two of our website. Learn what you…
Who Reviews Podcasts?
Mar 15, 2011 • 40 min
The A.V. Club has long been the online home of early adopters, nerdcore fanboys, and any other pop culture geek you can think of. It is the sister site of the popular (maybe TOO popular) The Onion, and has recently branched out from television and movies…
How Do You Get Podcasts?
Mar 9, 2011 • 43 min
A major factor in providing entertainment is knowing how it will get to the audience. This week we have Rob Greenlee from Zune Marketplace to talk to us about the impact of podcast aggregation. Rob has seen podcasts die and thrive in his platform and he…
Why Do We Love Legal Zoom?
Mar 1, 2011 • 40 min
So far we’ve talked about podcast monetization with comedians, producers, journalists, and performers. This week we invite Scott MacDonell to bring his unique voice to the conversation. Scott is the VP of Marketing for www.legalzoom.com and he runs his…
Who are Bob Ducca & Bobby B?
Feb 20, 2011 • 32 min
The Wolf Den is back with Nick Kroll and Seth Morris. Nick and Seth are two of the most popular Earwolf guests, but fans might not recognize their voices. Seth does the popular character of Bob Ducca, and Nick plays many characters from El Chupacabra to…
Who Makes Up Earwolf?
Feb 20, 2011 • 49 min
Welcome to The Wolf Den, an informational look at Earwolf from the people behind the scenes. In this first episode, we meet Earwolf CEO Jeff, Audio Engineer Doug, and Interns Aaron, Shahruz, and Caroline. Learn how Earwolf came to be, find out what it…
Who Loves Movies?
Feb 20, 2011 • 50 min
Doug Benson was one of the first comics to explore the world of podcasting. While his show has changed networks, formats, and even names, Doug Loves Movies has stayed on the top of the comedy podcasting charts through it all. In this episode of The Wolf…
Who Studies Your Podcasts?
Feb 20, 2011 • 43 min
Very few people get to see the world of podcasting from Christine E. Taylor’s view. A journalist and blogger, Christine fell in love with comedy podcasts and is doing a bang-up job of telling the rest of the world. Recorded at Cobb’s Comedy Club before…
Who Runs SF Sketchfest?
Feb 20, 2011 • 38 min
Our visitor this week is Cole Stratton; a comedian, podcaster, and one of the founders of S.F. Sketchfest. Cole has a unique insight into what it takes to put on a live podcast, and how comedy festivals such as his are adapting to the growth of the…
What the Fuck?
Feb 20, 2011 • 71 min
Marc Maron is a true pioneer when it comes to new media. He traveled from terrestrial radio through internet television and landed in the podcast world with WTF with Marc Maron. Marc brings the honesty and frankness that he is famous for to The Wolf Den,…