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The Flickcast is ON FIRE


If you follow me on Twitter, you’re probably aware that I recently started doing a new podcast with Chris Ullrich and Matt Raub called The Flickcast. It’s about movies, TV, comics and all things geek. We’ve been having a blast (subscribe in iTunes here) and Matt and Chris are awesome, awesome guys. Matt does the editing, Chris was the brain-child and the executive producer, and I get to throw in my opinions about infotainment. It kicks ass.

We recorded episode 4 earlier today (well, technically yesterday) and our shows go live on Wednesday’s. So we’re three weeks in. While the response has been really positive (and love it or hate it, we’d love to get your feedback), we’re realists and know that building any sort of audience or momentum will take some time.

So imagine my surprise when I got an e-mail from Matt a few minutes ago with the subject: “HOLY SHIT!!” and the photo below featured (click for full-size):


Yeah. That’s us. In the TV & Film section of iTunes Podcasts. Under New and Notable. That sound you just heard? It was me waking up my obnoxious upstairs neighbors (who sound like elephants, despite being quite small in stature and get home from work after midnight so they make it hard to go to sleep), because I was whooping like a hyena.


The ego-centric nature of this post made me question whether or not I should post this, but then I thought, what’s the point of having a blog if you aren’t going to be all navel-gazing and self-aggrandizing?




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Jeffro said:

Congratulations Christina and crew. How refreshing is it to taste success? Watch out, it’s addicting!

Posted on: April 21, 2009 at 4:12 amQuote this Comment
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Ian Tearle said:

Hey Christina, great podcast, have been subscribed since i read your tweet.

Well produced and somewhat funny.

Keep up the good work.

Ian x

Posted on: April 21, 2009 at 8:22 amQuote this Comment
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TheBoots said:

Content is great. Might be a bit long though. Most people I would think who listen and watch podcasts probably have a slew of subscriptions and hanging on to just one for say 30 mins is a long time. Congretulations!

Posted on: April 22, 2009 at 6:53 amQuote this Comment