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Hail Satire! – “‘Comedy on Vinyl’ Host Jason Klamm’s Comedy Education” – May 18, 2017
Jason Klamm is interviewed by Vic Shuttee of Hail Satire! about 25 pieces of humor that have informed his comedy over the last 2-plus decades.

 

The Interrobang – “The Five: Five Albums That Tried to Destroy Richard Nixon” – April 21, 2017 – The Comedy on Vinyl Podcast
Jason writes a piece about the huge number of Nixon comedy albums released in the 60s and 70s.

 

FitSmallBusiness.com – 25 Ways to Come Up With Domain Name Ideas – April 4, 2017
Jason Klamm is interviewed about the origin of the name StolenDress.com.

 

The Speculative Fiction Cantina – “Guest: Jason Klamm” – March 17, 2017 – Post-Modem: The Interwebs Explained
Host and author S. Evan Townsend interviews Jason Klamm about his book, Post-Modem: The Interwebs Explained.

 

Obsessed (with Joseph Scrimshaw) – “LEGO: Obsessed Ep 145 with Jason Klamm” – January 26, 2017
Host and comedian Joseph Scrimshaw interviews Jason Klamm about his obsession with LEGO.

 

Doug Loves Movies – “Mark Normand, Mike McRae, John Erler and “Mark ‘Otter’ Wahlberg” guest” – January 8, 2017
A genuine podcast honor when Doug Benson casually tosses a DVD of Lords of Soaptown into the prize bag, and the term “Freestyle Walking” gets a big laugh on its own.

 

Chortle – “Comedy record sets a comedy record” – December 21, 2016
The UK’s Chortle covers Dan and Jay’s Comedy Hour’s record-setting smallest playable comedy album in the world.

 

Boing Boing – December 19, 2016
Cory Doctorow tells the world about Dan and Jay’s Comedy Hour’s record-setting smallest playable comedy album in the world.

 

What’s With You? Scooby Doo! – Episode #28 “Cabin in the Woods” – December 18, 2016 – Lords Of Soaptown
Jason Klamm comes on Nic Robichaud’s Scooby Doo podcast to talk about Cabin in the Woods as a Scooby Doo analog, and to promote Lords of Soaptown, just released on DVD. The film can be found at bit.ly/soaptowndvd

 

Eddie Jason & Chris – Episode #245 “Filmmakers Jason Klamm and Joel Gilbert” – December 14, 2016 – Lords Of Soaptown
Jason Klamm comes on the Eddie Jason & Chris show to talk about Lords of Soaptown, just released on DVD. The film can be found at bit.ly/soaptowndvd

 

The Douglas Coleman Show Episode 23 – “Courtney Gains and Jason Klamm” – November 21, 2016 – Lords Of Soaptown
Jason Klamm joins Douglas Coleman to talk about his upcoming DVD release, Lords of Soaptown. The film can be found at bit.ly/soaptowndvd

 

G.N.A. Podcast Episode 51 – “Dan and Jay and All Those Cats.” – November 16, 2016 – Dan and Jay’s Comedy Hour
Jason Klamm and Dan Gomiller join the guys at the G.N.A. (Gamers, Nerds, Alcohol) podcast to talk about Looking Forward: 2016 and their podcast, Dan and Jay’s Comedy Hour.

 

Read It Forward – “Unwritten Memoirs” – October 23, 2016
Jason Klamm participates in an article where he describes his hypothetical memoir.

 

Splitsider – “This Week in Comedy Podcasts: ‘Bitch Sesh’ Hits ‘Rock Bottom’” – October 20, 2016 – The Comedy on Vinyl Podcast
Honorable mention for episode 200 of the Comedy on Vinyl podcast, with special guest Harry Shearer.

 

Boing Boing – October 13, 2016
Cory Doctorow promotes his appearance on Comedy on Vinyl.

 

I Was There Too – August 31, 2016
Jason’s 2-second appearance on Matt Gourley’s I Was There Too, with some nice mentions of Comedy on Vinyl from Gourley and the episode’s actual guest, Rick Overton.

 

Collector’s Hangout – July 13, 2016 – Comedy on Vinyl
Jason Klamm is interviewed about his comedy vinyl collection.

 

Men’s Health – May 18, 2016
Jason Klamm is interviewed about his past work as a “professional blur.”

 

WROCK / WLOR – May 3, 2016 – Comedy on Vinyl
WROCK/WLOR announce the distribution of past Comedy on Vinyl episodes on their worldwide online radio network.

 

G.N.A. Podcast Episode 30 – “Calling It Out” – April 19, 2016 – Post-Modem: The Interwebs Explained
Jason Klamm joins the guys at the G.N.A. (Gamers, Nerds, Alcohol) podcast to talk about his book, Post-Modem: The Interwebs Explained, and join in the pop culture conversation.

 

Words from Emma Woods – “Satirical Humor at its Best” – March 9, 2016 – Post-Modem: The Interwebs Explained
Author Emma Woods reviews Jason Klamm’s latest book, Post-Modem: The Interwebs Explained.

 

Press Release – March 8, 2016 – Looking Forward: 2016 (Feature Film)
Press release for the unconventional, blog-based sequel to 2012’s digital feature Looking Forward.

 

The Segilola Salami Show – February 18, 2016 – Post-Modem: The Interwebs Explained
Author Segilola Salami and her guests discuss self-publishing and review Jason’s book Post-Modem: The Interwebs Explained.

 

Pistol Shrimps Radio – February 9, 2016 – The Comedy on Vinyl Podcast
Matt Gourley and Mark McConville are bribed with candy to say nice things about The Comedy on Vinyl Podcast.

 

The Dork Forest – February 6, 2016
Matt Saxe and Jason Klamm top the list of 2015 fan-favorite episodes of Jackie Kashian’s The Dork Forest.

 

The Huffington Post – “Podcast Review: Try This” – January 29, 2016 – The Comedy on Vinyl Podcast
Honorable mention for Comedy on Vinyl‘s interview with Monty Python album producer Andre Jacquemin.

 

Splitsider – “This Week in Comedy Podcasts: Dan Harmon Visits ‘Truth and Iliza’” – January 28, 2016 – The Comedy on Vinyl Podcast
Honorable mention for Comedy on Vinyl, in “Other Podcasts We’re Listening To.”

 

5 Minutes to Curtain – “Getting Smashed to 80s movies” – December 16, 2015 – A Drinking Game
Jason Klamm is interviewed about LA’s monthly live theatre show A Drinking Game.

 

The Interrobang – December 10, 2015 – The Comedy on Vinyl Podcast
The Interrobang covers Comedy on Vinyl’s premiere of a lost Bob Newhart track, on episode 163.

 

Brock Party – November 24, 2015 – Post-Modem: The Interwebs Explained
Jason Klamm joins Brock Wilbur, Brandon Scott Wolf, Megan Kelly Dunn, Rob Ondarza, and Joe Starr to discuss pop culture and social issues. Jason promotes Post-Modem: The Interwebs Explained.

 

Jordan, Jesse, Go! – November 2, 2015 – Post-Modem: The Interwebs Explained
Jesse Thorn and Jordan Morris advertise Jason Klamm’s latest book, Post-Modem: The Interwebs Explained.

 

The Million McFly March – October 21, 2015
The Guardian
The Daily Mail
Digital LA
The Telegraph
SlashFilm
Nerd Report

 

Never Not Funny – October 8, 2015 – The Million McFly March
Jimmy Pardo kindly promotes our first charity event, The Million McFly March.

 

Vice – September 10, 2015 – Lords of Soaptown
Jason Klamm is interviewed in VICE about Lords of Soaptown.

 

The Dork Forest – August 4, 2015 – Vice-Precedence
Matt Saxe is interviewed about the Vice Presidency, and Vice-Precedence: Being Number Two in the White House by Jackie Kashian.

 

The Dork Forest – June 30, 2015 – Vice-Precedence
Jason Klamm is interviewed about the Vice Presidency, archiving and LEGO by the wonderful Jackie Kashian on her long-standing podcast.

 

Never Not Funny – January 15, 2015 – Comedy on Vinyl
More nice words from the podcast community for Comedy on Vinyl from Jimmy Pardo and Paul Provenza.

 

Succotash, The Comedy Podcast Podcast – January 11, 2015 – Comedy on Vinyl
The Succotash podcast covers Jimmy Pardo’s first appearance on the Comedy on Vinyl Podcast.

 

KRBX – December 19, 2014 – Ho, Christmas Tree!
Dan Gomiller talks with Thomas Paul & Gabe Dunn on KRBX’s V3 radio show about Dan and Jay’s Comedy Hour‘s release of Ho, Christmas Tree!, their first sketch comedy album in 13 years.

 

Press Release – December 17, 2014 – Ho, Christmas Tree! (CD release)
Press release for the CD version of Dan and Jay’s Comedy Hour‘s release of their first sketch comedy album in 13 years.  Also released as a free download and as the smallest comedy album in history.

 

Press Release – November 17, 2014 – Ho, Christmas Tree!
Press release for Dan and Jay’s Comedy Hour‘s release of their first sketch comedy album in 13 years.  Released as a free download and as the smallest comedy album in history.

 

Press Release – BroadwayWorld.com – July 7, 2014 – The Last Five Years
Press release for StolenDress’s production of Jason Robert Brown’s The Last Five Years.

 

You Made It Weird With Pete Holmes – July 2, 2014 – Comedy on Vinyl
A nice mention for Comedy on Vinyl by comedian Dave Hill on the “You Made It Weird” podcast with Pete Holmes on the Nerdist network.

 

Press Release – May 17, 2014 – Lords of Soaptown
Press release for Lords of Soaptown, StolenDress’s first documentary film, directed by Jason Klamm.

 

Yahoo! Voices – April 11, 2014 – Create Your Content, Create Your Success? – Looking Forward
Jason Klamm is interviewed about Looking Forward for a piece on digital content creation for Yahoo! Voices.

 

KCRW FM – November 9, 2009 – Buying the Pharm
Jason Klamm appears on LA’s “Harrison on the Edge” to talk about his experience on the documentary Buying the Pharm.

 

BBC 6 – November 5, 2008 – Looking Forward
Jason Klamm is interviewed after the historic 2008 presidential election, about Looking Forward.

 

WGN Radio – January 12, 2005
Jason Klamm is interviewed on the Spike O’Dell Radio Show about Dinosaurs: They Certainly Were Big.

 

New York Times – December 30, 2004
Jason Klamm is interviewed about Dinosaurs: They Certainly Were Big playing on Frontier Airlines.  [view cached version]

 

Chicago Sun-Times – January 11, 2005
Jason Klamm is interviewed about Dinosaurs: They Certainly Were Big playing on Frontier, and life as a filmmaker in Los Angeles.  [view cached version]

 

Chicago Red Streak – Date January 11, 2005
Jason Klamm is interviewed about Dinosaurs: They Certainly Were Big playing on Frontier, and life as a filmmaker in Los Angeles.  [view cached version]

 

HONORS

Comedy Central’s Test Pilots (Finalist)- 2007 – Looking Forward
In 2007, Looking Forward was one of only five finalists (out of 3,000+ entrants), nationwide, in Comedy Central/Atom Films’ pilot contest, becoming the only pilot entry to place in both Comedy Central AND FX’s nationwide contests.

 

Scriptapalooza (Quarter Finalist) – 2007 – Walk of Fame
StolenDress co-founder Jason Klamm co-wrote the pilot “Walk of Fame” with writer Carrie Dufresne, placing as a quarter-finalist in this nationwide competition.

 

FX Networks $50,000 Comedy Competition (Semi-Finalist) – 2006 – Looking Forward
In 2006, Looking Forward became one of only 20 finalists, out of 30,000 entries, to qualify for $50,000 and the chance to shoot a pilot for FX.  Though online voting leaned to another entrant, it led to the pitching of a number of concepts to FX Networks execs.  [View cached version here]

 

Famecast Fenoms (Finalist) – 2007 – Looking Forward
Looking Forward was one of five finalists in the online talent search “Famecast Fenoms.”

 

Cloud Nine Short Film Festival (Winner) – 2004 – Dinosaurs: They Certainly Were Big
After Dinosaurs went viral on early video-sharing site knowitallvideo.com, it was on the short list of winners in the “Cloud Nine Short Film Festival,” and shortly thereafter started playing on Frontier Airlines’ in-flight television.