I recently consulted with Lloyd on moving his print and audio columns into full scale podcasting. He was already about 85% of the way to having a podcast, since he already had a blog and MP3 audio columns on his web site. In one session, we were able to setup his podcast feed, get his artwork applied and registered him in the iTunes Podcast Directory where everyone can find him now. I love helping people get their show out to hundreds, thousands and even hundreds of thousands of people.
Here is what Lloyd says about his show…
“‘What Would Lloyd Say?’ is writer/humorist’s Lloyd Garver’s take on all the aspects of life that don’t make sense: popular culture, politics, sports, sex, and why expensive hotels charge for internet connections but cheap ones don’t.”
…and a little bit about Lloyd himself…
“I grew up in Chicago, went to college at Berkeley, and got my Masters at Northwestern. Then I followed my dream to become a serious writer by moving to Los Angeles and getting a job writing questions and “ad-lib” jokes for the game show, “Hollywood Squares.” After that, I went on to write and produce many television shows ranging from “Sesame Street” to “The Bob Newhart Show” to “Family Ties” to “Home Improvement” to “Frasier.”
I have been a weekly humor and opinion columnist for about seven years. I have written columns for “The Kansas City Kansan,” “The Denver Post,” “The Santa Monica Daily Press,” “The San Francisco Examiner,” Crawford Texas’ “The Lone Star Iconoclast,” and “The Jewish Journal.” My column has also run on-line on CBSNews.com and “The Huffington Post,” and I wrote a sports column for sportsline.com. An early “My Turn” column for “Newsweek” resulted in my being a guest on “Oprah.” I assume that she will support me if I ever run for President.
My most recent job was doing a video for the internet starring Bob Newhart.
I write on a wide range of topics. I’m always happy to get your opinions, regardless of whether you agree with me. My feeling is that if you aren’t thrilled with a column one week, check out the next week’s. One thing I can guarantee you: I swear that Lloyd Garver has never written a column while on steroids or other performance-enhancing drugs. All right, once I took some Human Growth Hormone, but it gave me gas.”