Some of the most beloved comedy podcasts from Earwolf will be doing a sort of one-day podcast festival at The Theater at the Ace Hotel in DTLA.
Tickets go on sale this Friday, Oct. 13th at 8AM, but you can check Scott Aukerman’s Tumblr for pre-sale throughout the week.
The rest of our listings for comedy shows, events, open mics, maps, and more can be found at www.thecomedybureau.com.
The 2016 LA Podcast Festival Line-up Is as Big as Can Be
For years now, The LA Podcast Festival has been growing exponentially right along with the medium of podcasting itself.
As you can clearly see with the line-up on the flyer above, not only are there dozens of the biggest podcasts around, but they’re doing pay-per-view this year.
You can and should get your passes, tickets, and accommodations for this year’s LA Podcast Festival, still at The Sofitel in Beverly Hills, ASAP right here.
So, Last Call With Carson Daly Has Been Profiling Comedy Folks For Awhile Now
When it comes to various comedy folks being featured on late night, the likes of Conan, Letterman, Ferguson, Fallon, Kimmel, and more are all usually mentioned. Last Call with Carson Daly is usually not brought up because, frankly, it was, for awhile, hard to find user-friendly clips to watch that were updated frequently after they aired on TV.
Well, it turns out that is the case no longer as many of the great profiles/clips/interviews on Last Call are now on Hulu. Megan Amram, Jason Mantzoukas, Ken Marino, and Who Charted? with Howard Kremer and Kulap Vilaysack are just a few of the people that they’ve interviewed at various nicely decorated places in LA.
This year alone, they’ve also done nice profiles of:
Jason Schwartzman and Alex Ross Perry
Eliza Coupe and Michaela Watkins