Longform Podcast #159: Ira Glass

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  1. Ira Glass | Talks at Google

    Ira Glass is the award-winning host and executive producer of the documentary radio program "This American Life," produced by Chicago Public Media and distributed by Public Radio International. The program began in 1995 and is now heard on over 500 public radio stations each week, by more than 3 million people, and is downloaded as a podcast more than 900,000 times weekly.

    Watch Ira Glass in discussion with Googler Logan Ury on topics including his favorite episodes, thoughts on technology, and what it was like to see himself mentioned on "The O.C."

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  2. Ira Glass of This American Life - Listen Up: The Power of Podcasts - DigitasLBi NewFront 2016

    Ira Glass, host and executive producer of This American Life and Editorial Advisor of Serial, joined our NewFront to discuss the Power of Podcasts, finding human stories and why audiences connect so powerfully to podcasts like Serial.

    Exclusive post-show interview on Periscope: https://www.periscope.tv/DigitasLBi/1OwxWDLajZeKQ

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  3. Ira Glass & Co. Release ‘Serial’ Once a Week for Good Reason - The Brian Lehrer Show

    Ira Glass & Co. Release ‘Serial’ Once a Week for Good Reason The Brian Lehrer Show "Serial" is a new podcast from the team at "This American Life," where one long story unfolds bit by bit, week by week. Sarah Koenig, host of "Serial" and producer at "This American Life" along with founder and host of "This American Life" and the editorial adviser of "Serial," Ira Glass, discuss the first season, about the (ostensibly solved) murder of a high school girl near Baltimore back in 1999.

    http://www.wnyc.org/story/american-lifes-new-podcast-serial

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  4. WTF - Episode 117 - Ira Glass

    Ira Glass hosts the world’s most popular podcast and one of the best radio shows in history. Marc talks with the host of This American Life about his insecurities as a radio personality, his philosophy of storytelling, and his impressions of Marc as a broadcaster. Plus, Ira decontstructs Marc’s pitch for a This American Life story.

    From http://wtfpod.libsyn.com/episode-117-ira-glass/

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  5. WTF - Episode 117 - Ira Glass

    Ira Glass hosts the world’s most popular podcast and one of the best radio shows in history. Marc talks with the host of This American Life about his insecurities as a radio personality, his philosophy of storytelling, and his impressions of Marc as a broadcaster. Plus, Ira decontstructs Marc’s pitch for a This American Life story.

    From http://wtfpod.libsyn.com/episode-117-ira-glass/

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  6. Ira Glass on David Rakoff’s Love, Dishonor, Marry, Die, Cherish, Perish

    David Rakoff died last August at the age of 47. But wrote a novel—in rhyming iambic pentameter—in his last years, called Love, Dishonor, Marry, Die, Cherish, Perish, to be published July 16. Ira Glass, executive producer and host of This American Life, which David Rakoff contributed to, and who recorded Rakoff’s audiobook reading of Love, Dishonor, Marry, Die, Cherish, Perish, joins us to talk about his life and final work.

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  7. Ira Glass on The Sound of Young America

    Ira Glass is the host of Public Radio International’s This American Life, as well as the television version of the program, which airs on Showtime. He also edited the book "The New Kings of Nonfiction," which collects some of the best magazine-style reportage of the last fifteen years or so. ~30:00

    From http://www.maximumfun.org/blog/2007/11/podcast-ira-glass-of-this-american-life.html

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