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January 29, 2016 The gang's been snowed in, but there's still a new episode of the show, thanks to Linda Holmes' onstage discussions — one with Armisen and one with Night Vale creators Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor.
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Along with Colton Dunn (L), Harris Wittels (R) played a bumbling member of the Pawnee animal control team on the show he co-executive-produced, Parks And Recreation.
February 20, 2015 NPR contributor Glen Weldon remembers writer, actor, producer, musician, and comedy podcast mainstay Harris Wittels, who died Thursday, just 30 years old.
Sarah Koenig and producer Dana Chivvis in the studio.
December 18, 2014 No matter how you view the podcast, there's an endless supply of avenues you can explore and different conversations you can have.
Sarah Koenig will, on Thursday, host the final episode of the first season of Serial.
December 16, 2014 Our continuing discussion of Serial turns to a consideration of the true crime genre, its tendency to reveal the oddities of human behavior, and what can be taken away from this series.
Serial producers Sarah Koenig (left) and Dana Chivvis in the recording studio.
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December 11, 2014 In part one of a roundtable on the Podcast Everyone's Talking About, Code Switch editor Matt Thompson makes the brave and foolhardy decision to predict the conclusion.
November 19, 2014 The new podcast Serial is grabby enough that two big culture outlets have their own podcasts about it. Gene Demby and I sit down to talk about that.
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A road disappearing into the fog.
November 5, 2014 A new and very popular podcast reporting over a period of weeks on a single crime story poses interesting questions about both telling true stories and writing fiction.
Columnist Bill Simmons, seen here in February, is suspended for three weeks.
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September 25, 2014 Earlier this week on his podcast, ESPN's Bill Simmons called NFL commissioner Roger Goodell a "liar" and dared the network to come after him for it. And then it did.
Julie Klausner has written for television, traditional media, new media, and Joan Rivers. But she's also a very popular comedy podcaster — a job that, only a few years ago, barely existed.
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November 20, 2012 Julie Klausner talks about what makes the comedy podcast such an appealing form for comedians. Is it the connection with the audience? The creative freedom? The loose conversations? (Spoiler alert: Yes.)
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September 28, 2011 Comics creator M. Kupperman offers the lost, illustrated memoirs of a two-fisted, rough-n'-ready, not-even-remotely dead Sam Clemens and his sexy adventures across the 20th century.
Stephen Tobolowsky is the star of a fine podcast that's produced 50 episodes so far.
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September 6, 2011 The storytelling podcast The Tobolowsky Files is an exceptionally funny, wise show hosted by the voice of an actor with a very familiar face.
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