Seven Second Delay Live from Monty Hall TONIGHT (friday), 7-8pm. Doors open at 6:30. 43 Montgomery Street in Jersey City. And just so I can prepare a little bit - when you were a kid, how did you fake being sick to get out of school?
If you're in the Bay area, Im hosting a meetup at Casanova Lounge on Feb 15th at 5pm, following the third and final showing of the WFMU Documentary film, Sex and Broadcasting, at the SF Indie Film Festival.
A Seven Second Delay episode in which Andy made a you boy cry, make Slate's list of the best podcast episodes ever.
The best podcast episodes of all time? C’mon. How can you listen to 10 years’ worth of podcasts? Is something a podcast if it first aired on terrestrial radio? How do you weigh a rambling, bordering on chaotic comedy call-in show against an exquisitely edited and produced meditation on the...
Seven Second Delay Live tonight from Monty Hall in Jersey City. One lucky listener will leave the show tonight $259 richer, although he or she will NEVER get this one hour of their life back. But you gotta take the good with the bad. Tonight's show will be aired next Wednesday night.
Ken and Andy further lower WFMU's already abysmal standards as the program enters its death throes. Stunt radio which subjects the radio audience to concepts and topics which mature adults should not have to endure. Find the fatal flaw. (Visit homepage.)
Director Tim K Smith and I will stand awkwardly on stage after the showing with microphones in our hands.
WORLD PREMIERE New Jersey’s WFMU has occupied a unique position as an independent, commercial-free, listener-supported radio station since its inception in the late 1950s. At its heart is the dedicated station manager Ken Freedman, committed to an unstructured, free- form broadcasting model which ha…
Fairly amazing six hour long commercial from Virgin Atlantic in which they dramatize a crappy flight on a crappy airline, complete with crying babies, nonsensical announcements, bad movies, people who wont shut up and reclining seat abusers.
Hey! I'm bringing the standup comedy to Shea Stadium in Brooklyn this Sunday nite at 7pm for the Macaulay Culkin Show which is most notable for the total absence of Macaulay Culkin. The great Chris Gethard is on the bill along with a batch of other very funny people and did I already mention that Macaulay Culkin wont be there? He wont! He's not allowed within 200 yards of the joint so don't worry!