|Who is it?||Writer, Producer, Actor|
|Type||Private, limited liability company|
|Founders||Jeff Ullrich Scott Aukerman|
|Headquarters||Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Key people||Erik Diehn (CEO) Lex Friedman (Chief revenue officer) Scott Aukerman (CCO)|
|Products||Comedy Bang! Bang! Kevin Pollak's Chat Show How Did This Get Made?|
|Number of employees||21|
|Parent||Midroll Media (E. W. Scripps Company)|
A mostly scripted podcast featuring The Apple Sisters. The show features original songs and stars three singing sisters who set their act in 1943.
Elizabeth Laime and "Psychic" Andy Rosen interview comedians every week. The first episode aired in February 2010, and the last premiered in January 2015. Features The Oprah Game and Laime or Totally Rapid-fire.
Billed as "America’s first reality podcast", the Earwolf Challenge premiered July 11, 2011 and follows ten podcasts through a reality television-style elimination competition to win a year-long contract with Earwolf. The show is hosted by Matt Besser. It was won by the Totally Laime podcast, hosted by the Los Angeles-based husband and wife duo of Elizabeth Laime and Andy Rosen. After attracting few listeners, Earwolf Challenge is not returning for a second season.
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