“The Daily Show” co-creator Madeleine Smithberg

https://media.blubrry.com/proudlyresents/p/proudlyresents.com/media/prp184.mp3Podcast: Download | EmbedSubscribe: Android | Google Podcasts | RSS “The Daily Show” co-creator, Madeleine Smithberg talks about her amazing career in TV. From  Late Night With David Letterman to life after co-creating and running “The Daily Show.” Madeleine give a lot of insight to the creative part of TV as well the harsh business practices. Talks about Jon Stewart changing the work atmosphere at “The Daily Show,” how she got David Spade to stop doing fat actress jokes and why Bloomberg TV rejected a very funny Julie Klasner. She tells…

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Fall TV 2012 w/ Marc Berman

https://media.blubrry.com/proudlyresents/p/proudlyresents.com/media/prp094.mp3Podcast: Download | EmbedSubscribe: Android | Google Podcasts | RSSIt’s our 3rd annual Fall TV Preview. Marc Berman talks about the highs and lows of the fall TV season. The first show to be cancelled? Will “Nashville” work? Will the Flintstones return? The breakout hit of the season? Is the CW going out of business? Do shows with Monkeys work? TV Media Insights’ Marc Berman will tell you! Next week we interview from MST3000, Kevin Smith aka “Tom Servo.” More TV centered Episodes on Proudly Resents:

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7 Things About Nikki Glaser

Nikki Glazer was a panelist for Blogworld (Now NME). It was on comedians having podcasts pros/cons. I did a pre-interview with her over the phone to get an idea of what we were going to talk about. Here’s that interview (cleaned up): Hear the panel talk. WHY DID YOU START PODCASTING? We were drunk at a party and I agreed to do a bunch of podcasts That’s what comedians talk about and make lofty plans. I had 10 podcasts in development with 20 different people. The next day . Sarah…

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Racist Game Show Answers That Will Leave You Shocked

GSN aired a rerun of game show that went from “Ho hum” to “What the heck?!?!” On “Lingo” you have to figure out what word the computer is thinking of by taking guesses. But it seemed like the computer knew who was playing and wasn’t happy about it. Two couples compete against each other. I assumed they were couples. That would make sense. There was a male/female black couple and a male white couple. Look at the word the black couple had to guess.

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