Welcome to the first of three special episodes recorded at the 5th annual Los Angeles Podcast Festival, which took place at the Sofitel hotel in Beverly Hills, CA, Sept. 23-25, 2016. This was our second year at the festival and it was just as amazing and wildly exciting as last year. The Podcast Lab continues to be a space filled with camaraderie, deeply interesting conversations, and unbelievable collaboration. Whether you are a podcaster or a podcast fan, we urge you to make your plans now for next year’s L.A. Podcast Festival. Don’t miss this terrific event!
We chatted with our fellow podcasters and special guests in the Podcast Lab throughout the festival weekend, and each guest was asked to tell us about one film that influenced them to be who they are. In this episode, you’ll hear from:
- Eric Trules, host of the upcoming e-travels with e. trules podcast
- Graham Elwood, one of the founders of the Los Angeles Podcast Festival, comedian, co-host of Comedy Film Nerds, and writer/director of Ear Buds: The Podcasting Documentary
- Corey Frey, future podcaster
- Nick Davis, Associate Producer for the Adam Corolla Show
- Hal Lublin, co-host of We Got This with Mark and Hal and Tights and Fights, actor on Thrilling Adventure Hour and Welcome to Nightvale, and voice-over actor currently appearing in Mighty Magiswords on Cartoon Network
- Carter Parton Rogers, future country music singin’ sensation
- Curtis Waugh, co-host of Unpop Podcast
- Elysabeth Alfano, host of The Dinner Party with Elysabeth Alfano
- Cash Levy, comedian and host of Cashing In with TJ Miller
- TJ Miller, permanent guest of Cashing In with TJ Miller, comedian, and star of Deadpool, Silicon Valley, and the upcoming Office Christmas Party
Be sure to check out all the terrific podcasts and projects mentioned in this episode!
Join us again December 12 for episode 47, the second of our Los Angeles Podcast Festival episodes, featuring Janet Varney (host of The JV Club podcast and star of Stan Against Evil on IFC) and Murray Valeriano (comedian and host of Road Stories podcast)
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