Announcing the Chencast


Yesterday, as a mental exercise, I decided to see how long it would take me to buy a domain and set up a brand new podcast available for download in the iTunes music store. The answer? About 90 minutes (and 24 hours from the time I submitted it until the listing appeared in iTunes).

I record a ton of audio blogs with people who I find to be fascinating and articulate. I decided to try to make the best of them them available for download (by hosting them externally), and put them into a format that will be easier for people to consume (by making it available on iTunes). So, The Chencast is born!

This will not be a repository for ALL my audio blogs (which you can still find at my audioboo page). Rather, it will contain conversations at least 15 minutes in length, hopefully with an interesting person who has something interesting to say about something interesting that's going on in the news, society, and/or culture. Being interesting is the critical factor here, if you can't tell.

I have no idea what this will end up becoming, how frequent updates will be, or anything about the future of this enterprise. But I do know that the three episodes I've already uploaded are worth your time, if nothing else.


Whatever happens, hey, you should subscribe while the getting is good! I have a crappy website up right now, but where it's really at is in iTunes. You can subscribe to the new podcast in iTunes by clicking here. Enjoy, and feel free to e-mail me to let you know what you think.

P.S. If you really hate iTunes, you can also subscribe to the show via RSS.

4 comments :: Announcing the Chencast

  1. I'm a big fan of the /Filmcast and the Tobolowsky Files, and I'm excited to be able to add this new podcast to my subscriptions on ITunes and load the first three episodes to my ipod! Hope to see many more in the future, good luck!

  2. Agreed with Jessica. I hope that this continues for a long time.

  3. Congratulations on this new show Dave. Listened to all three yesterday and enjoyed them very much. Great subjects: crime, sex, and film criticism. You are off to a good start.

  4. Thank you, David Chen. You're smooth, velvety voice lulls me into a state of transcendence whenever I am graced by it. I can almost feel your breath through my headphones as they vibrate with your reassuring roars of masculinity. It is as if with you and only you I am safe, warm and at peace. I witness the night crumble under the weight of your fortitude and with that comes a new day. Again, thank you David Chen. This means more to me than you could ever know.

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