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The Dana Gould Hour

A monthly podcast of comedic and unusual stories

Comedian Dana Gould takes a look at our world, through his eyes, for your benefit. Joined by fellow comedians and other interesting people with a focus on the weird and the real. Conversation. Music. Monologues. With Ken Daly, Andy Paley and more. Each episode is based on a specific theme and combines pre-taped segments with a recurring round table of guests.

 

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What Audience Members are Saying...

“The format is a great conversation along with great bits, and thought out ideas thrown in. It’s class, easy, and fun to listen to. Dana is great as always. Top of the list as far as comedy podcasts go. “
“I came to this late, but I have fallen in love with listening to the candid and live conversations between Dana and his guests. I really enjoy his mid-episode breakdowns of classic movies and Hollywood stories. So hard to wait for these shows and what he and his friends bring up next episode.”
“Maybe it’s because Dana and I are almost the same age and that we grew up only a few dozen miles from each other (we both lived in Hyannis, MA in the early 1980s) that this podcast speaks to me… That’s enough! Seriously, great guests and topics, too. I wish it was broadcast weekly.”
“This may now be my favorite podcast. I can think of nothing I’d rather do than spend an hour in Dana Gould’s mind. Is that creepy?”

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Reach and Delivery

Unique Worldwide Streams & Downloads per Month:

35,000

Worldwide Listeners per Month:

38,000

 

Projections updated quarterly. 

Cast & Crew

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Dana Gould

The host of The Dana Gould Hour who's been performing stand-up since he was seventeen. He moved from Boston to LA in the early nineties and soon would write and perform in several of his own cable specials on Showtime and HBO. He also appeared on many late night talk shows, as well as several movies and TV shows. He wrote for The Simpsons for seven years, starting in 2000, where he also became a Co-Executive Producer for the show and got two Emmys. He left the show in 2007 to focus on screenwriting and doing more stand-up. He has since also acted and created in several other shows since. He started the podcast in 2012 and has received glowing reviews since. 

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