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Ira Glass

  1. Ira Glass Is Establishing His Radio-Podcast EmpireHe now owns “This American Life” and “Serial.”
  2. ink-stained wretches
    Ira Glass Doesn’t Know or Care Who Edits the New York TimesThe “This American Life” host admits he’s not up on the biggest media story of the moment.
  3. party chat
    Famed Glasses-Wearer Ira Glass Rages Against Google Glasses“Truthfully it’s a little too close to Minority Report.”
  4. shattered glass
    ‘This American Life’ Pulls Absurd Stephen Glass StoriesTough timing.
  5. party chat
    Rachel Maddow: ‘Glenn Beck Was My Favorite Person of All Time on Radio’Not on the list of her favorite people are the writers of the Curbed blog, however.
  6. 21 questions
    Ira Glass Likes Excess and Giant M&MsThe host of ‘This American Life’ answers our usual 21 questions.
  7. ink-stained wretches
    Radio’s Ira Glass Attacks Print and Television News’Newspapers are mostly really terrible and they deserve to die,’ the nerd icon announced. ‘And network news is mostly really terrible and it deserves to go down.’
  8. inaugur-nation!
    Rachel Maddow on Being ‘Enraged’ by Obama, and the Future of Fox NewsAll we had to do was ask about Rick Warren.
  9. all celebrities are friends with one another
    Ira Glass Agrees That He Looks Like Rachel MaddowWhich, he concedes, is maybe not the nicest thing to say about a lady.
  10. cultural capital
    Ira Glass TV: A Sexy Liberal Bod to Match Sexy Liberal Voice?Last spring New York brought you news that Ira Glass’s This American Life would be coming to Showtime. And now, almost a year later, it’s nearly here. It’ll debut March 22 on Showtime, but, meantime, a video teaser has been posted to the TAL site. We took a look, and though we’re a touch skeptical of Glass’s claim that his show will “look different from anything else on television,” we know this: Finally those gruppy Brooklyn gals will have a visual aid to help round out their audio fantasies. This American Life: The Television Show [ThisAmericanLife.org] A Chicago Radio Hit Moves to New York, and TV [NYM]