Radio Titans collective looks to revolutionize comedy radio and podcasts

By | August 1, 2012 at 4:19 pm | No comments | News, Podcasts | Tags: , , , ,

We’ve all heard the jokes about how everyone has a podcast now. And why shouldn’t they? It’s easy and fairly cheap. Launching a full-scale podcast network is a little bit more tricky. Scott Aukerman and Jeff Ullrich launched Earwolf in 2010, Chris Hardwick has the ever-growing Nerdist network and Kevin Smith is devoting pretty much 100 percent of his time to the SmodCast network. And recently, the lesser-known team behind the Grand Theft Audio show launched a network of their own, Radio Titans, and are looking for new shows.

The Grand Theft Audio radio show and podcast was launched in 2007 by Carl Kozlowski, Jake Belcher and Brant Thoman. They’ve been able to draw some great comedy guests, like Marc Maron, Adam McKay, Matt Besser, Paul F. Tompkins and Matt Braunger. Since starting the Grand Theft Audio radio show, the trio have launched their own full-blown radio network, with shows from the likes of Brian Scolaro, Bil Dwyer, Timmy Williams and more. It’s all over at Radio Titans, where you can stream the shows live as they broadcast, or download the podcasts via iTunes.

But there’s still some space on the Radio Titans’ broadcasting schedule. You can pitch your own here. They promise it’s inexpensive, there will be opportunities for profit and you’ll have total freedom over your show.

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