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Best Amy Nicholson podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Amy Nicholson podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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Amy Nicholson gets into the hows and whys of the whos of Hollywood and not-quite-Hollywood.
 
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Howard Kremer brings on some of your favorite comedians to discuss the top 5 songs and movies of the week. Plus, Howard, the guests and Who Charted crew each bring a new song that they recommend over all the garbage on the charts. Looking for the archives? All episodes older than 6 months can be found exclusively on Stitcher Premium, ad-free. Go to stitcher.com/premium and use promo code EARWOLF for 1 month free (and $5 off the annual plan!)
 
Every week on the Creator At Large podcast host Jeremy Melloul speaks with creators and other professionals working in the comic book industry. He digs into how they’ve built their careers, as well as their thoughts and feelings on the industry’s trends and changes. Through these conversations, listeners will not only learn about the industry itself, but also get advice and information on how to build an independent living working in comics.
 
Interviews about cutting edge intellectual property and innovation law issues from participants in the Engelberg Center at NYU Law's Innovation Policy Colloquium.
 
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Writer and filmmaker Greg Pak ("Totally Awesome Hulk," "Planet Hulk," "Kingsway West") spills the beans about his latest projects and talks with interesting friends, collaborators, and colleagues about their work.
 
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Professor Yafit Lev-Aretz of the Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College and Professor Katherine Strandburg of NYU Law discuss the relationship between privacy regulation and innovation. We examine ways to add nuance to discussions about the relationship between privacy regulation and innovation, and focus on how regulation can often be us ...…
 
Professor Amy Adler of NYU Law discusses her work on the role that copyright plays in the world of fine art. We discuss her work on the mismatch between utilitarian copyright theory and copyright as it operates in that world, specifically how the norm of authenticity in the fine art world is much more important than the types of control the cop ...…
 
Professor William McGeveran of the University of Minnesota Law School discussed his work on selfmarks – trademarks that people – especially famous people or people who hope to be famous - use for themselves. We discuss why selfmarks exist, and how they relate both to rights of publicity and more traditional trademarks.…
 
Professor Joseph Fishman of Vanderbilt Law School and Professor Deepa Varadarajan of the J. Mack Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University discuss setting boundaries on trade secrets. Trade secrets have become a hot topic lately, and Professor Fishman and Varadarajan’s work explores the best way to set boundaries on the doctrine, ...…
 
Professor Jane Anderson of New York University discussed how indigenous and traditional knowledge interacts with intellectual property law. Professor Anderson co-created the Local Contexts project, home to the Traditional Knowledge labels, which we discuss in today’s episode. The Traditional Knowledge labels are designed to help people understa ...…
 
Professor Graeme Dinwoodie of the Chicago-Kent College of Law discusses non-traditional trademarks. While trademarks are usually words or logos, there is an entire universe of other things that can end up being used at trademarks. We discuss the reasons that it makes sense to allow non-traditional marks, as well as problems that non-traditional ...…
 
Professor Mark McKenna of Notre Dame Law School discussed his work, along with Professor Mark Lemley of Stanford Law School, on unfair disruption. When disruption comes to an industry, incumbents often look to IP law to defend their position even if their concern is not really rooted in intellectual property protection. Professors McKenna and L ...…
 
Professor Nicholson Price of the University of Michigan Law School discusses his work on grants with NYU Law Engelberg Center Executive Director Michael Weinberg. We talk about how grants fit in with other ways to incentivize innovation such as patents and prizes. Although the grant system is tens – if not hundreds – of times larger than the pr ...…
 
This introductory episode of the Innovation Policy Colloquium podcast also acts as a preview of the upcoming season. Professors Beebe and Fromer describe how the Engelberg Center's Innovation Policy Colloquium works, as well as some of the scholars involved in this year's edition. You can find more information about the Engelberg Center Innovat ...…
 
The September 2019 edition of the Creator At Large All-points Bulletin where we dive into what’s happened in the comic book industry over the last month and look at the podcast episodes we released to derive some more insights into the trends shaping & changing the comic industry and the place of professionals and creators working in it. And, y ...…
 
Who Charted is still going strong! All new episodes can now be listened to on STITCHER PREMIUM. Go to https://www.stitcher.com/premium and sign up using offer code CHARTED for a free month trial, where you can listen to new eps, the entire ad-free archive, and virtually endless exclusive content.By Earwolf and Howard Kremer
 
Comedian Chill Trill Bill Kottkamp makes a grand return to Who Charted! Bill joins Howard, Stard, and Hugo in counting down the Music Chart all while busting out his best relationship rhymes and vaudeville jokes. Later, we’ll hear about TikTok strategies and where all the diners went during the Movie Chart, and comedian Max Beasley joins for an ...…
 
Amie Wright is the President of the Graphic Novels and Comics Roundtable - a part of the American Library Association dedicated to support library staff in their efforts to engage with comics. In this episode we discuss the GNCRT, the ALA, as well as Amie’s own passion for comics & libraries and how it’s led her through her career so far.…
 
The legendary Paul F. Tompkins sweeps his way into the studio with Howard, Hugo, and Engineer Ryan! They count down Billboard’s Top 200 Albums Chart while throwing out opposing Lana Del Rey takes - and blowing the lid off Taylor Swift’s love life. Then, Paul talks about his brand new podcast The Neighborhood Listen during the Movie Chart, and c ...…
 
Hope Nicholson is a comics historian and the independent publisher behind Canadian comics company, Bedside Press. Through Bedside she’s published numerous comics and anthologies and charted a unique path in the comic industry. In this episode, we discuss how she’s gone about building Bedside.
 
Comedians and hosts of Podcast But Outside Andrew Michaan and Cole Hersch join Howard and the crew to count down the latest charts! They’ll discover what the SLIME MENTALITY is while counting down YouTube’s Trending U.S. Songs. Then, Hugo airs his troubles with Morgan Freeman and Howard shares a tip on beating the shower scaries during the Movi ...…
 
Chip Mosher is the Head of Content at Comixology and, after 20 years of experience, knows the comic book industry well. In this episode we go for a walk - an actual physical walk - and discuss the ins & outs of Comixology’s evolution, their new originals program, and explore Chip’s career in comics and perspective on the industry today.…
 
Comedian and host of improv4humans Matt Besser returns to Who Charted to celebrate his upcoming stand-up special Pot Humor! We’ll hear Billboard’s Heatseeker Albums, plus a Bonanza quiz and a hot Rock take during the Movie Chart. Later, Besser conquers the Hot Picks with his own specially curated chart, treating our ears to some of the best new ...…
 
The August 2019 edition of the Creator At Large All-points Bulletin where we dive into what’s happened in the comic book industry over the last month and look at the podcast episodes we released to derive some more insights into the trends shaping & changing the comic industry and the place of professionals and creators working in it.…
 
Stand-up comedian and Comedy Crawl alumnus Georgea Brooks joins Howard and the gang to celebrate her debut album Cash Grab! We’ll find out why Pokemon Go is the perfect babysitting game and which Taylor Swift songs to stay away from as they count down the Top Trending Songs on YouTube. Plus, they’ll get into the newest Movie Chart, and comic Ma ...…
 
Justin Jordan is a comic book writer, most well-known for his work on comic such as: The Strange Talent of Luther Strode, Spread, and Reaver. In this episode we discuss all the different ways he’s exploring developing his career and his well-informed perspective on the new opportunities available to comic book creators.…
 
MariNaomi is not only a savvy independent cartoonist, she also manages three databases for diverse cartoonists (Cartoonists of Color, LBTQ Cartoonists, and Disabled Cartoonists). In this episode we discuss how she’s managed to make a living in comics, the work of developing these databases, and the independent path in comics.…
 
Comedian Todd Barry makes a long awaited return to Who Charted, with fellow comic Max Beasley in tow! Todd gets to know Billie Eilish and throws down with the Grammy Committee as they count down Billboards Top 200 Albums. Then, they dive into the Movie Chart to help Todd cope with The Lion King and Fast & Furious before Engineer Stard puts in m ...…
 
Stand up comedian Dave Ross (The Only Man Who Has Ever Had Sex) joins Howard and the crew for some August charting! They count down the Top 5 Most Shazam’d Songs in America while wondering who the smelliest idol is. Then, Howard gets educated on Dora and behind-the-scenes controversy of ‘Kevin Can Wait’ during the Movie Chart, and the gang open ...…
 
The June and July 2019 edition of the Creator At Large All-points Bulletin where we dive into what’s happened in the comic book industry over the last month and look at the podcast episodes we released to derive some more insights into the trends shaping & changing the comic industry and the place of professionals and creators working in it.…
 
Comedian Chris Charpentier joins Howard, Hugo, and Summah Sam for steamin’ hot Who Charted! Howard lays it down with a special scooter rhyme as they count down Spotify’s Top 50 in the US. Then they check out the Movie Chart while raving on their top summer flicks (plus a Bob Marley bomb), and fellow comic Max Beasley helps round out the gang’s ...…
 
Very stand up comedian Megan Beth Koester returns to join Howard, Hugo, and a fake Stard for another Who Charted! They count down Apple Music’s Top Songs while covering the success of Old Town Road plus a special announcement from Howard and Megan. Then, they get into the Movie Chart while talking morning horror and Shakespeare and the separati ...…
 
Stephanie Cooke has her hands in many different parts of the comic book industry - taking on a wide variety of projects and never slowing down. Her endless energy for the industry gives her a wide perspective as both a journalist, a writer, and someone working to support creators from the sidelines of the industry. In this episode she joins me ...…
 
Comedian, writer, and podcaster Edgar Momplaisir (The Wokest) gets deep into the audio-visual weeds with Howard and the gang on another Who Charted! Edgar helps count down the Top Trending Songs on YouTube while they catch up on the new Lion King soundtrack and more. Plus, it’s all Beatles, Toy Story, and Netflix auteur theory during the Movie ...…
 
Sasha Bassett is a comic scholar, PhD student in sociology, and instructor at Portland State University. She’s also an unabashed supporter for the unionization of comics and just led a huge study on what it’s like to work in the comic book industry in 2019. In this episode she joins me to discuss her career so far, her perspective on the comic ...…
 
Friend of the show Natasha Leggero joins Howard, Stard, and Hugo as we cruise through peak summah! They count down Billboard’s Top 200 Albums while discussing Billie Eilish’s warbling styles and why East Coast rap reigns supreme. Plus, they cover the Paul-Ringo reunion and swap inside gossip about the younger Jovi’s during the Movie Chart befor ...…
 
Chris Arrant is a writer, editor, and self-described Comics Ambassador. He’s the Editor of Newsarama, where he started in 2003, and was a judge for the 2019 Eisner Awards, awarded at San Diego Comic Con. In this episode he joins me to discuss the process of judging comics across the Eisner’s 31 categories, the state of comic book journalism, an ...…
 
Comedian Emily Maya Mills joins Howard and the gang to break down the top 5 most Shazamed songs, foul play during the Hot Picks and Howard tries to understand Hugo. This episode is brought to you by Postmates (code: WHOCHARTED) and BlueChew (www.bluechew.com code: CHARTED).By Earwolf and Howard Kremer
 
Jackie Johnson (Natch Beaut) joins Howard and the gang to count down the Top 5 songs on Spotify's United States Viral 50 chart, who is and isn't a "Chooch", influencer parties, the importance of sunscreen, and of course the top 5 songs and movies of the week!By Earwolf and Howard Kremer
 
Stand-up comedian Brandie Posey joins Howard and the gang to close the door on June and enter the hot hot summah! They count down YouTube’s Top 5 Trending Songs while learning what the teens are up to on TikTok and trying to figure out what is up with that Jonas Brothers album cover. Plus, Brandie talks about working at a BTS pop-up store and H ...…
 
Caitlin McGurk is the Associate Curator for Outreach at the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum. As part of her role she’s involved in many different aspects of the library & museum, which boasts the most impressive collection of American comic art I’m aware of. She joins me on this episode to talk about her work & career, the library’s miss ...…
 
Stand-up comedian Erica Rhodes (Bring the Funny) joins Howard and the gang to celebrate the release of her debut album 'Sad Lemon'! Erica helps count down Billboard’s Top 200 as they weight the pros and cons of living alone and Howard breaks out his tree-log. Then, they predict the star of the next musical biopic and break down the new form of ...…
 
Jim Zub is a comic book creator who’s had not just one, but two 30+ issue creator-owned comic series (Skullkickers and Wayward). Ever since his first comic in 2001 he’s built a career for himself utilizing his experience as an artist and the security of a day job to build a creator-owned career on his own terms. In this episode he joins me to d ...…
 
Stand-up comedian and stand up guy Handren Seavey join Howard and the crew to beat the heat with the latest charts! Handren talks about his pro skiing days and which water is the worst to get in your nose while they count down Billboard’s Hot Rock Songs. Plus, Howard debuts a revolutionary new film watching technique during the Movie Chart, and ...…
 
Jim Rugg is an independent creator who’s never been afraid to pursue projects he’s scared about. As a result he’s assembled an interesting catalogue of work including comics like Street Angel and Afrodisiac, as well as other comic-related projects. In this episode he joins me to discuss all this projects and what it takes to make ends meet as a ...…
 
The April 2019 edition of the Creator At Large All-points Bulletin where we dive into what’s happened in the comic book industry over the last month and look at the podcast episodes we released to derive some more insights into the trends shaping & changing the comic industry and the place of professionals and creators working in it.…
 
In 2008, Steve Anderson opened up the first Third Eye Comics location. Since then, the store has grown rapidly, moving four times in the last nine years and expanding to multiple locations, all while maintaining a great reputation. In this episode he joins me to break down how comic book retail works, the nature of its sometimes difficult relat ...…
 
Sarah Gaydos is the Editor-in-Chief of One Press, with a long career behind her in the comic industry, including work at IDW and at DC Entertainment (and Wildstorm within it!). Through that she has incredible experience with corporate-owned characters and licensed publishing. In this episode she joins me to discuss this aspect of the industry a ...…
 
Anne Bean founded Emerald Comics Distro in 2016 to help independent creators and small press publishers with their distribution efforts. Since then she’s built a distribution network across the Pacific Network. In this episode she joins the show to share what she’s learned about comic distribution and give advice to independent creators looking ...…
 
The April 2019 edition of the Creator At Large All-points Bulletin where we dive into what’s happened in the comic book industry over the last month and look at the podcast episodes we released to derive some more insights into the trends shaping & changing the comic industry and the place of professionals and creators working in it.…
 
Andrew Woodrow-Butcher is not only the Director of Library Services for The Beguiling, a fantastic Toronto area comic book store, but also the programming coordinator for TCAF’s Librarian & Educator track, Kids programing, and the TCAF Abroad program (more on that in the show). In this episode he joins me to discuss the exciting growth of the c ...…
 
Jason Brubaker is a comic book creator and animation veteran who built a living for himself creating his own independent comics, making them available to read online for free, and using crowdfunding to support his income. In this episode he joins me to discuss the lessons he’s learned after nearly a decade of independent publishing.…
 
Brian Schirmer is still early on in his career as a comic boo creator, but with a book out an Image and another launch currently underway, he’s already accomplished what many dream of. In this episode he joins me to discuss his career so far, self-promotion and the launch of his new Image comic series, Fairlady.…
 
Ramon Perez is an Eisner Award Winning comic book creator who has experience working both on indie comics, webcomics, and at the Big Two. He also happens to run the prestigious RAID (Royal Academy of Illustration and Design) studio in Toronto. In this episode he joins me to discuss his career and take a look into how an artists studio works.…
 
The March 2019 edition of the Creator At Large All-points Bulletin where we dive into what’s happened in the comic book industry over the last month and look at the podcast episodes we released to derive some more insights into the trends shaping & changing the comic industry and the place of professionals and creators working in it.…
 
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