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  1. Ear Buds is not about the technical aspects of podcasting, nor is it about the history of the medium. It is about the podcasters and their fans, and the way they connect through the podcasts. The documentary digs deep into the personal issues of podcasters (mostly comedians) and explains the way this medium allows them to be more in control of their material and its distribution.

  2. Graham Elwood and Chris Mancini (The Comedy Film Nerds Podcast) wanted to find out why podcasters had such a deep personal connection with their audience. They went all over the country, and then even to Australia and Japan to interview fans and podcasters. From dealing with mental illness to battling cancer, the stories they heard were as surprising as they were inspirational.

  3. Ear Buds: The Podcasting Documentary is 20693 on the JustWatch Daily Streaming Charts today. The movie has moved up the charts by 37673 places since yesterday. In Canada, it is currently more popular than Speak The Music: Robert Mann And The Mysteries Of Chamber Music but less popular than Dog Training the John Fisher Way.

  4. Ear Buds: The Podcasting Documentary. 2016. 1:46 horas. 65% con 6 votos ¿Dónde verla? Gratis con anuncios. Géneros. Documental. Actores y Actrices. Joe Rogan. Aisha Tyler. Graham Elwood. Marc ...

  5. Ear Buds: The Podcasting Documentary. WHERE TO WATCH About US Photos Videos Home BUY. Comedy Film Nerds. Amazon. Google Play. iTunes. Steam. Vimeo. Microsoft XBOX. YouTube. iFlix. Comcast ... Ear Buds Podcast Doc. RT @grahamelwood: Weird that @TeamCoco wasn’t even doing a podcast when @ComedyFilmNerds started 10 years ago or the @lapodfest or ...

  6. Graham Elwood and Chris Mancini (The Comedy Film Nerds Podcast) wanted to find out why podcasters had such a deep personal connection with their audie…

  7. 17 de nov. de 2016 · Ear Buds: The Podcasting Documentary Graham Elwood and Chris Mancini ( The Comedy Film Nerds Podcast ) wanted to find out why podcasters had such a deep personal connection with their audience. They went all over the country, and then even to Australia and Japan to interview fans and podcasters.