Woo L.A. Podcast – Oscar Picks With Al Al Land


I’d been thinking for a long time about doing a podcast, and Robin and I have talked more specifically about doing one. The idea and opportunity came up to send out the call to those who might be interested, and I’m very happy with who decided to agree to join in with this specific recording. I had the idea to talk about what I/we wanted to see win at this year’s Academy Awards. I am joined here by Shawna (@brokefilmcritic), Joel Meléndez (@JoeM_136), Daniel Smith-Rowsey (@smithrowsey), Ryan Adams (@filmystic), and of course, Robin Write (@WriteoutofLA). It was a lot of fun, but I was definitely overwhelmed by the excitement and in turn wasn’t as conversative as I should have been. But it doesn’t matter because we ended up with almost 3 hours of great Oscars talk, and I would happily do it again. I also want to give a special thanks to Eric S. Madsen (@Hazer75) and Christian Estabrook (@Poor_Frisco) for helping me out with my questions about how to do some of the technical aspects of putting a podcast recording together. Thanks guys! Anyway, please take the time to listen and then let us know what you think and if you want to join in on the conversation, tell us what you want to see win on Oscar night.


4 thoughts on “Woo L.A. Podcast – Oscar Picks With Al Al Land

  1. OK i just started listening, I am about 3 minutes in so this is not by any means a critique on the entire episode but quick comment. Starting an episode with an ENTIRE track is not a good idea. For one thing if you have listeners who are not a fan of that particular artist or genre of music they are likely to tune out. Any other time I would have cut this off and probably never came back but I understand this is your first show so I’m hanging in there. Going back in, hope it picks up from here.


    1. You’re absolutely right there. Especially the choice of song Al 🙂 Credit to Al though as we were gabbing for over four hours so he had to edit that down to what was still a long podcast. Nightmare task. Terrific effort though, his first time recording and editing.

      Hope the enjoyed the rest of it Nyle, let us know.


    2. Sorry Nyle. I didn’t even think about that. I should have, and will not do that again for future recordings. I hope you enjoyed it. Thanks for listening. 🙂


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