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Podcast Profiles: Josh Hyde of American Filmmaker

2 years ago by Byron Graham
So many Denver creatives have embraced the medium of podcasting that you have a seemingly endless supply of stories and perspectives available for your listening pleasure. Podcast Profiles is here to help you navigate the crowded waters of this growing pool of podcasts. Grab your earbuds and get ready to...
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Podcast Profiles: Whiskey & Cigarettes, a Podcast About Podcasts

6 years ago by Byron Graham
Podcasts are in tune with the democratized spirit of Internet media; anyone with a microphone and a computer can offer their listeners unlimited hours of recordings, usually for free. Limited only by their imaginations, podcasters have a freedom of expression unrestricted by commerce, censorship or geography. Several great podcasts have blossomed in Denver's flourishing arts community; here to celebrate them is Podcast Profiles, a new series documenting the efforts of local podcasters and spotlighting the peculiar personalities behind them. Whiskey & Cigarettes is a podcast about podcasts, and much funnier than that glib description would advertise. Hosted by the local brain trust behind the Comics Against Civility comedy game show, Jake Becker, Zac Maas and Jake Browne. The podcast has evolved over the years. What began as an unfocused yet booze-soaked marathon of podcast clips and quips has sharpened into a more purposeful format boasting funnier episodes and attracting some high-profile guests. Be sure to join Browne and Maas at Spruce Tap House for the fan favorites round of Comics Against Civility, this Saturday, January 24th at 7:00pm.Westword caught up with the Whiskey & Cigarettes crew to discuss how the show has changed and their favorite guests.
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Podcast Profiles: How Did This Get Made?

3 years ago by Byron Graham
How Did This Get Made? celebrates misguided auteurs and actors with gentle mockery and genuine puzzlement.
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Podcast Profiles: Josh Mattison of Denver Orbit

4 years ago by Byron Graham
The podcast Denver Orbit showcases musicians, comedians, storytellers, and other artsy types from Denver's thriving arts community.
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Podcast Profiles: Zeke Herrera of Who Wants to Be President?

4 years ago by Byron Graham
Podcast Profiles is back, with Zeke Herrera of Who Wants to be President?, which drops new episodes nearly every Monday.
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Podcast Profiles: Paul Karolyi of Changing Denver

4 years ago by Byron Graham
The crown jewel of Denver's podcast scene, Changing Denver is a living chronicle of a city in flux. Host Paul Karolyi consults local artists, historians and other experts to trace the evolution of the Queen City's character, one neighborhood, landmark or personage at a time.
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Podcast Profiles: Andie Main's People Enjoying Terrible Accidents

2 years ago by Byron Graham
Andie Main's podcast proves that vegetarians can be funny, too.
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Podcast Profiles: Werewolf Radar Gets Weird

7 years ago by Byron Graham
Podcasts are in tune with the democratized spirit of internet media; anyone with a microphone and a computer can offer their listeners unlimited hours of recordings, usually for free. Limited only by their imaginations, podcasters have a freedom of expression unrestricted by commerce, censorship, or geography. Indeed, several great podcasts have blossomed from Denver's own flourishing arts community. Here to celebrate them is Podcast Profiles, a new series documenting the efforts of local podcasters and spotlighting the peculiar personalities behind them
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Podcast Profiles: James Pate of Losing It: The Sex and Sanity Podcast

3 years ago by Byron Graham
Losing It: The Sex and Sanity Podcast explores mental health and sexuality, broadcasting cathartic stories of struggle and triumph most people would be reluctant to share.
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Podcast Profiles: Nolawee Mengist and John Davis of As the Rhyme Goes On

3 years ago by Byron Graham
Local standups Nolawee Mengist and John Davis use their pithy persuasion to review hip-hop albums on As the Rhyme Goes on.

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