The creators behind the popular podcasts “The Thrilling Adventure Hour” and “The Truth” explain why audio fiction is a great way for writers and actors to produce their own work.
Popular podcasters Adam Carolla, Marc Maron, Jeff Ullrich, and more are hoping to challenge a potential new threat to their financial futures.
Earwolf Podcast Network plans expansion into TV production, while Funny or Die is taking its comedy from computer screens to movie theaters.
And after you've recorded the podcast, you'll want to build an audience of listeners. Creating an audience for media is not an exact science.
Jay Mohr's Fake Mustache network and the new Splitsider Podcast Network both launched Aug. 6 and offer curated comedy podcast lineups.
The live album was at one time the definitive work that a standup comic could share with the world. That was before podcasts changed the way comedy content is created, distributed, and enjoyed.
Maron, 47, started his comedy career in the mid-1980s in Boston and moved to New York City a few years later; he is considered one of the founding fathers of the alternative comedy scene.