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  1. http://soundcloud.com/nobodysnimmo/comedy-baby
  2. Hi everyone on the earwolf forums. I produce a podcast called The Chomps The Cat Food Call In Show. The host is a cat, she takes calls from food, celebrities and friends and talks to them about whatever is bothering them. The show is improvised with up and coming comedians and improvisers (most recently we had on Mike O'Keefe who in the last year has opened for Tig Nataro, Micheal Ian Black, The Sklars and Bo Burnham) The calls range from a pulled pork sandwich starting a kickstarter for his band to Al Pacino and Matthew Mcconaughey celebrating the five year release of their movie Two For The Money. Everyone and everything is a character, the humor is beyond absurd, and its a lot fun. So check it out, thanks guys. Chomps on Itunes
  3. JoshSmith

    Seeking Funny Sports Fans

    Hey guys, Finally! Sports broadcasting can be intentionally hilarious! We are inviting passionate sports fans with comedic experience to join a growing community of broadcasters in their mission to provide entertaining, alternative sources of game commentary and analysis for other sports fans. Join YourCall.FM, a web and mobile service that delivers entertaining fan-to-fan sports broadcasting in innovative styles not available on major networks. Help us liberate millions of bored, dejected sports fans all over the world! Previous broadcasting experience not required. Pay possible. Please contact me at Josh@YourCall.FM for more details. If you're a sports fan and you're looking for new, entertaining sources of commentary and analysis, sign up for access at YourCall.FM.
  4. Me and my brother started making a webisode every Thursday, here's the first episode: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UGWjghguOO0 Hope you guys enjoy! Thanks for checking it out!
  5. ShaneLaRue

    Plug Your Sh%t!

    Here's an original theme for the What's up Hot Dog Memorial Plugs section. http://soundcloud.co.../plug-your-shit Hope you enjoy! Your avid listener, Shane LaRue www.shanelarue.com
  6. Gregg Henley

    Captain Slickpants!

    Dear internet people- Hi my name is Gregg Henley. I star in a new comedy movie called "Captain Slickpants". It is really funny. It is all about me and this girl I like named Vanessa. She is gonna be my wife someday and I will make love with her and have babies. I dream about this all the time. You can watch a trailer for my movie here: http://vimeo.com/43143481 Thanks for reading my message! I hope you have a great day!
  7. The New York Television Festival's annual Independent Pilot Competition is now accepting original, independently produced television and web series pilots in ALL genres, from 4-22 minutes in length. By submitting to the NYTVF, artists are eligible for category and sponsored awards including guaranteed development deals from partners IFC, MTV, Syfy, and VH1 Creative Lab. For additional details, rules and FAQ, visit: http://www.nytvf.com/2012_ipc.html Network sponsored awards: IFC "Out Of The Box Award" Genre: Alternative Scripted Comedy Award: $25,000 development deal MTV Comedy Development Deal Genre: Comedy Award: $10,000 Syfy "Imagine Greater" Award Genre: Scripted and unscripted pilots that include science fiction, adventure and/or fantasy elements Award: $5,000 VH1 Creative Lab "Theory of Creativity" Award Genre: Unscripted pilots, including competition, docu-series, social experiment, dating, sketch or talk show formats Award: $5,000 to further develop project and an invitation to participate in an upcoming VH1 Creative Lab session as a paid freelancer In addition to the four development partners guaranteeing deals inside the 2012 Independent Pilot Competition, all Official Selections are shared with the NYTVF's industry partners (http://www.nytvf.com/sponsors.html) in the weeks prior to the 2012 Festival, including the recently announced NYTVF Pitch Partners (http://www.nytvf.com/2012_pitch.html). No matter what you're producing – scripted, non-scripted, comedy, drama, animation or children's programming – there is a home for you and your work at the NYTVF. All Official Selections will be screened at the 2012 Festival in October where Official Artists will have the exclusive opportunity to participate in NYTVF Connect - including Executive access, NYTVF Pitch and Industry Development Chats (http://www.nytvf.com/artists.html). Important Dates: Friday, May 11, 2012, 11:59 PM --- Early Submission Deadline...$30 Friday, June 15, 2012, 11:59 PM --- Final Submission Deadline...$50 Friday, June 29, 2012, 11:59 PM --- Procrastinator Deadline...$100 Find out more information, view the Official Rules and Entry Packet here: http://www.nytvf.com/2012_ipc.html About the NYTVF: Established in 2005, the NYTVF is a pioneer of the independent television movement, constructing new and innovative paths of development and talent identification, while simultaneously complementing the traditional television development model. Its annual New York Television Festival – held each fall in New York City – is recognized as the industry’s first independent television festival, which provides a platform to elevate the work of artists creating for the small screen. Through the Festival and other year-round activities – including NYTVF London, which launched in 2011 – the NYTVF’s mission is to connect its community of over 10,000 independent creative artists with leading networks, studios and brands by cultivating relationships that lead to new opportunities. For more information on the NYTVF, the annual Festival and these initiatives, visit www.nytvf.com.
  8. I am starting an internet radio/podcast as a side project for my other show soon. It is to showcase talented comedy songs FROM YOU ALL! It is kind of an open mic set up, as anybody can send stuff in, and pretty much EVERYBODY will get air time. It is just a chance to create a comedy song community that spans the globe! I will be the DJ, and introduce your guys' stuff, and a SMALL amount of comedy banter and trivia then getr down to playing the songs. It is a weekly show, and throughout the month, the audience will vote on the best songs, and at the end of each month, the winner will be named (based entirely on the audience votes via emails and the website). That winner will then get a reward on a special episode, I will have the person or group who wins on for an interview, and feature ONLY THEIR work and only their plugs for that episode, and this will happen once each month at the end of it. This is your chance guys! Become minor celebrities, and contribute to a comedy community! Every one will get some air time if you send something in! I do not discrimminate. I want to start recording in a week or so, so start sending now! Send them to me at: Timothya1994@yahoo.com It is a proffessional set up, episodes will have good sound quality, and be posted regularly. *******Now Some Rules******* 1)NO LONGER THAN 6 MINUTE ENTRIES 2)A PERSON OR GROUP MAY ONLY SUBMIT ONE ENTRY PER WEEK 3)YOU MUST ACTUALLY OWN THE SONGS YOU SEND IN, (no claiming that some Weird Al song is yours, nice try!) Although famous songs can be requested to be played sometimes. Thats all, send em in, and have fun!!! I look forward to hearing some good stuff! Excited? Best, Tim
  9. ShaneLaRue

    Facebook Fallout

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mBM6m4G1pmU Really thankful that Earwolf and Comedy Bang Bang exist. Thanks to all those who keep it going, causing me to burst into laughter at the worst times i.e. as a homeless lady is walking by... Hope you'll give this tune a listen. Pants! (or mustard) Shane LaRue
  10. Hey earwolfers, I'm one-third of a Toronto based podcast See You Next Wednesday, and I was hoping to just get the word out / and possibly get some feedback and constructive criticism. We're at 10 episodes as of this week, and we've been trying to really tighten it up and make sure our segments more and more concise as we go along. Our main segment every week is Film Roulette, where the three of us roll a die and the two high rollers get to go see whatever movie looks "the best" that week (This week it was The Avengers, last week was The Five-Year Engagement, etc), and the loser has to see a stinker. Past stinkers have been The Three Stooges, Streetdance 2: 3D. etc. The twist is, the loser gets to force the winners to listen to an album of his choice all week. This week I forced them to listen to Kiss' "Music from the Elder". So it can get pretty painful. Another segment we do from time to time is Hero Swap, where we randomly pick an action hero and a movie and swap it out. IE: Would Action Jackson last if he was dropped into THE THING? Otherwise we do album reviews, movie reviews, trailers, and general tomfoolery. Any feedback would be helpful, we're still very new and working with equipment that we have available to us (I plan on upgrading to a new mixer very soon). Thank you in advance! Dan. http://seeyounextwednesday.libsyn.com/ (we're in the process of launching our own site but for now, there's the LibSyn). http://twitter.com/SYNWPC http://facebook.com/SYNWPC
  11. Jonahhache

    My name is Dougy

    http://soundcloud.com/tbacollective/my-name-is-dougy-dougy-dougy This is my song about how OSOM I am. Listen to it and live the way I live for 50 years
  12. ProstituteorDaughter

    Comedy Website - Prostitute or Daughter

    Hey guys check out my website. You just comment on photos saying whether you think the girl in the picture is the guy's prostitute or his daughter. I got the idea one night when a girl walked into a dunkin donuts with an older guy and she was wearing some provocative clothing. The layout is very basic. I'm looking to spice it up this summer if you guys think it's a good idea. http://www.prostituteordaughter.com And please support our Advertisers on the right side of the page by clicking on their link.
  13. aperkins95

    Earwolf Street Team?

    I recently saw this website and they had a "street team" where they accept applications for members! A street team are members who get free merchandise and promote it by wearing it around, passing out stickers, handing out flyers, and such! EARWOLF NEEDS A STREET TEAM!
  14. Well hello. I didn't see you there. Do you have weird stuff that happens to you everyday? Well, I WANT YOU! I'm doing a podcast show called, "I'm Not That Weird" which is about the embarrasing things that happen to me or the weird people and conversations I encounter everyday! I'm looking for a podcast partner so let me know! E-mail me at: amyperkinsonline@hotmail.com OR send me a message on here! Thanks, Amy
  15. The New York Television Festival's annual Independent Pilot Competition is now accepting original, independently produced television and web series pilots in ALL genres, from 4-22 minutes in length. By submitting to the NYTVF, artists are eligible for category and sponsored awards including guaranteed development deals from partners IFC, MTV, Syfy, and VH1 Creative Lab. For additional details, rules and FAQ, visit: http://www.nytvf.com/2012_ipc.html Network sponsored awards: IFC "Out Of The Box Award" Genre: Alternative Scripted Comedy Award: $25,000 development deal MTV Comedy Development Deal Genre: Comedy Award: $10,000 Syfy "Imagine Greater" Award Genre: Scripted and unscripted pilots that include science fiction, adventure and/or fantasy elements Award: $5,000 VH1 Creative Lab "Theory of Creativity" Award Genre: Unscripted pilots, including competition, docu-series, social experiment, dating, sketch or talk show formats Award: $5,000 to further develop project and an invitation to participate in an upcoming VH1 Creative Lab session as a paid freelancer In addition to the four development partners guaranteeing deals inside the 2012 Independent Pilot Competition, all Official Selections are shared with the NYTVF's industry partners (http://www.nytvf.com/sponsors.html) in the weeks prior to the 2012 Festival, including the recently announced NYTVF Pitch Partners (http://www.nytvf.com/2012_pitch.html). No matter what you're producing – scripted, non-scripted, comedy, drama, animation or children's programming – there is a home for you and your work at the NYTVF. All Official Selections will be screened at the 2012 Festival in October where Official Artists will have the exclusive opportunity to participate in NYTVF Connect - including Executive access, NYTVF Pitch and Industry Development Chats (http://www.nytvf.com/artists.html). Important Dates: Friday, May 11, 2012, 11:59 PM --- Early Submission Deadline...$30 Friday, June 15, 2012, 11:59 PM --- Final Submission Deadline...$50 Friday, June 29, 2012, 11:59 PM --- Procrastinator Deadline...$100 Find out more information, view the Official Rules and Entry Packet here: http://www.nytvf.com/2012_ipc.html About the NYTVF: Established in 2005, the NYTVF is a pioneer of the independent television movement, constructing new and innovative paths of development and talent identification, while simultaneously complementing the traditional television development model. Its annual New York Television Festival – held each fall in New York City – is recognized as the industry’s first independent television festival, which provides a platform to elevate the work of artists creating for the small screen. Through the Festival and other year-round activities – including NYTVF London, which launched in 2011 – the NYTVF’s mission is to connect its community of over 10,000 independent creative artists with leading networks, studios and brands by cultivating relationships that lead to new opportunities. For more information on the NYTVF, the annual Festival and these initiatives, visit www.nytvf.com.
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