Hi! Today’s our 14-year anniversary.
Joseph Scrimshaw invited Jason on to talk about his obsession with LEGO and the therapeutic properties therein.
We’re proud to announce that our first documentary feature, Lords of Soaptown, directed by Jason Klamm, releases on DVD December 6th. You can pre-order the insane true story of a sport called “Freestyle Walking” at bit.ly/soaptowndvd today.
While we prepare more fresh NewsRadio goodness for you, why not enjoy this tribute to Phil Hartman, that is also the first live episode of Jason’s first podcast, Comedy on Vinyl. Guests that week were Vicki Lewis, writer Mike Preister, and friend of all the shows, Jeremy Guskin. Original episode can be checked out here: http://goo.gl/LD5ceb
Allen Rueckert and Jason Klamm are good friends, frequently act together, and not all that long ago discovered they had a mutual love of the classic NBC sitcom, NewsRadio. This recording was meant to be a trailer, but there’s about 10 minutes of excited anticipatory discussion that we thought would be fun to post as Episode Zero.
E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave us a voicemail at (646) 801-WNYX.
We’re proud to announce our new podcast feed for mini-series and one-off episodes of audio stuff. We’re calling them our SideCasts, and you’ll be able to subscribe on iTunes shortly, or you can check out the page here: stolendress.com/wp/sidecast
Dan and Jay in person! And finally in shockingly realistic 480p (our HD camera crapped out right before this)! Dan makes Jay play Russian Roulette with jelly beans. And it’s upsetting.
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We’re proud to present a live episode of the Comedy on Vinyl podcast, as part of the 13th Annual Los Angeles Improv Comedy Festival at IO West. This show will be a celebration of the life and work of Robin Williams, with special guest Rick Overton! Hosted by Jason Klamm.
The live podcast is free to all Festival participants and $10 to non-participants. The Chris Farley House (the Festival’s beneficiary) will receive money from all the panels, workshops and shows.
Get your tickets here: http://ioimprov.com/west/festivals/annual-improv-comedy-festival/panels/
RSVP on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1650857651826249/