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Lean the F*ck Out

Nov 28, 2018

This week we talk with podcaster and TV writer Elizabeth Laime about all things podcasting including her bad ass podcast Totally Laime. We dive into the logistics of podcasting, how the medium has changed and how podcasting has impacted her career trajectory. Elizabeth also shares her experiences in TV writing for the shows I’m Sorry and NBC’s The Village.

Episode Highlights

  • Podcasting can connect you with your community
  • The benefits of podcasting go way beyond financials
  • The logistics of podcasting - what it takes on a weekly basis
  • The importance of consistency in podcasting
  • The snowball effect in growing an audience for your podcast

Elizabeth Laime

Elizabeth Laime is a comedy writer and podcaster. She got her start onstage at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York with her long-running one woman show, "Dear Diary" (a Time Out New York's critics' pick,) and as part of the original sketch "Maude" Team, "Gunderson". Her three podcasts, Totally Laime, Totally Married, and Totally Mommy have over ten million downloads, thousands of 5-star iTunes reviews, and accolades from publications like E! Online, USA Today, and  Los Angeles Magazine. She recently sold and developed a comedy pilot, CRYSTAL, for ABC, as well as a comedy pilot inspired by her podcasts for CBS. Her most impressive accomplishment to date, however, was narrating the 1998 VHS unauthorized documentary of Leonardo DiCaprio, "Hangin' With Leo." She hates to brag about it, but it happened.

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