Friday, January 06, 2017

It's coming tomorrow!

As promised, I am going to begin a weekly podcast 

The first episode arrives TOMORROW.  

Meanwhile, check out the awesome logo done by Howard Hoffman.

Check in here to listen to HOLLYWOOD & LEVINE. 

26 comments :

The Bumble Bee Pendant said...

yay!

John Leader Alfenito said...

Very boss logo!

cjdahl60 said...

Successfully subscribed and am currently downloading the first podcast! Looking forward to it!

Peter said...

Yay!

Barefoot Billy Aloha said...

Much success and have lots of fun!

Katherine @ Grass Stains said...

Subscribed! Can't wait to listen to "Maiden Voyage"! :-)

Liggie said...

Would love to see this on Stitcher.

benson said...

Listened to it about an hour ago.

Sounds like an audio version of the blog.

Petting on the first date was funny.

I'm not comfortable with the f bombs, but it's your podcast.

But I will listen, as it is fun.

norm said...

"Cleaver International Studios" -- Indeed!

Frank Beans said...

Good luck, Ken. I don't want to make you nervous or anything, but you should know that your podcast had better be completely flawless, attract the 18-34 demographic in record numbers, have a high Q rating, generate media buzz, have at least a million internet hits on its first day, and generate enormous numbers of page-clicks and ad traffic revenue, or else I will stop listening to it after the first 15 seconds and it will be cancelled immediately.

Other than that--don't sweat it!

Ralph C. said...

Hollywood & Levine? I...like it! It's got verve! It's got sass! A real humdinger!! 23-skidoo!!

Mike Schryver said...

Good luck with it. I hope you'll keep up the blog, too.

Johnny Walker said...

Fantastic! Looking forward to hearing what you've cooked up! Good luck!

Todd said...

Jeez... this whole time I've been pronouncing your name Le-vEEn. Congrats and good luck.

LouOCNY said...

Nice!

Barry in Portland said...

I thought I left this comment earlier - guess not.

Andrew Bergman (writer of 'Blazing Saddles', among others) wrote a great detective parody some years ago, called 'Hollywood and Levine'.

The hero's name is Jack LeVine and my father was Jack Lavine (ahem, the *correct* spelling).

PNW Corey said...

How do I subscribe? I'm old.....

Max Clarke said...

Great to hear, Ken, won't miss an episode.

Just interview everybody you've worked with and the show will run at least until 2029 and the release of Star Wars XXXI: The Force Is Feeling Sleepy, So Sleepy....




Sharon J said...

Subscribed! Can't wait to listen to it this weekend.

K.M. Richards said...

Looking forward to it, Ken. And great work on the title card, HH!

Saburo said...

Blazed through the entire episode this morning! Hearing the lead-in to Crystal Gayle Quantum Leaped me to seventh grade! Hahaha!

wilberfan said...

Clever name, clever logo. Downloading now... :-)

Andy Rose said...

Love the logo!

Diane D said...

Wow, I just listened to it and loved it! The 38 minutes flew by very quickly. The special effects interview was hilarious! I also really enjoyed listening to the recording of you in 1977. Regarding the award shows, I always think you sound very harsh when you write about them, but man, it really sounds brutal out loud. Your Emmy story is very funny, however!
I rated it 5 stars, but I couldn't write a review because I didn't know my iTunes password, and I saw no place to "like" it. I clicked the subscribe button, but don't know if it worked since there was no indication. I'll try to figure those things out before the next one; I felt lucky to have figured out how to listen to it!

Scott said...

Love the logo. Very much in the style of You Must Remember This. So, that leads to a Friday Question: what podcasts, if any, do listen to regularly?

A Goyal said...

Ken: Your voice is demulcent. I could listen to you in Yoga! Only concern: I have been a steadfast reader of your blog for 9 years and love the tone of it. You have contoured a congenial, sage, yet wry image/brand in this arena. I wonder if the professional tone of your podcast voice might interfere with the risible and wry tone of your blog. I am having some trouble reconciling my conceit of you as a blogger and now a podcaster. Your blog has become sacrosanct to me and I just don't want the written word (my preference) to be defiled by your corporeal voice. I want my eagerness to read it everyday to stay in tact. Do you think you might be over-saturating your readers? I don't know much about show business but those are my humble thoughts.


But good luck and I will keep listening.