Funny Inside Jokes: The Podcast

Funny Inside Jokes: The Podcast is a podcast dedicated to bringing you the best and funniest inside jokes. We’ll be talking to comedians, writers, and other experts to get their take on what makes a good inside joke, and how to use them to make your life more fun.

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Welcome to Funny Inside Jokes: The Podcast, the show where we take a light-hearted look at the world of comedy. We’ll be talking to some of the biggest names in the industry, as well as up-and-coming comics, to get their takes on what’s funny and what’s not.

So whether you’re a die-hard comedy fan or just looking for a laugh, tune in and join us for some Funny Inside Jokes!

What is a podcast?

Podcasts are radio shows that you can listen to on your computer or phone. They’re usually free, and you can subscribe to the ones you like so that you never miss an episode.

How to start a podcast

There are a few things you need to start a podcast. You’ll need a microphone, some recording software, and a place to host your episodes. We’ll go over all of that, plus some tips on how to make your podcast sound great.

What are some popular podcasts?

Some popular podcasts are:
-The Adam Carolla Show
-The Joe Rogan Experience
-WTF with Marc Maron
-You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
-Comedy Bang! Bang!
-How Did This Get Made?
-Doug Loves Movies

How to make a podcast

As the popularity of podcasts has grown in recent years, so has the number of people wanting to create their own. Making a podcast is relatively simple and only requires a few key pieces of equipment. Below is a step-by-step guide to help you get started.

1. Choose your topic and format.
Before you start recording, you need to decide what your podcast will be about and what format it will take. There are countless possibilities for both, so take some time to brainstorm and figure out what will work best for you. Once you have an idea, do some research to see if there are already any podcasts out there on similar topics.

2. Gather your equipment.
You don’t need much to get started podcasting. A microphone is obviously the most important piece of equipment, but if you don’t have one, don’t worry – many smartphones come with decent built-in microphones that will work just fine. In terms of software, Audacity is a popular (and free) option for recording and editing your audio files.

3. Record your episodes.
Once you have your equipment set up and ready to go, it’s time to start recording! Again, there is no right or wrong way to do this – just be yourself and have fun with it. If you make a mistake or flub a line, don’t worry – you can always edit it out later.

4. Edit and publish your episodes.
Once you have all of your recordings complete, it’s time to edit them into finished episodes. This is where having a good editing program like Audacity comes in handy – it lets you splice together different parts of your recordings, add music or other audio files, and generally polish up your episodes until they sound just the way you want them to. Once they’re finished, all that’s left to do is publish them online so people can start listening!

What equipment do I need to start a podcast?

To start a podcast, you will need four things: a microphone, recording software, a hosting platform, and an RSS feed.

The first thing you will need to start a podcast is a microphone. There are many different types of microphones available on the market, but for podcasting, you will want to use a USB microphone. USB microphones are easy to set up and use with recording software and they produce clear audio quality. If you are on a budget, the Blue Snowball USB microphone is a great option. If you are willing to spend a bit more money, the Rode Podcaster USB microphone is an excellent choice.

Recording Software:
The next thing you will need is recording software. There are many different types of recording software available, but for podcasting, we recommend using Audacity. Audacity is a free and open-source recording software that is available for Windows and macOS. It is very easy to use and it produces high-quality audio recordings.

Hosting Platform:
Once you have recorded your podcast episodes, you will need to upload them to a hosting platform. A hosting platform is a website that stores your audio files and makes them available for listeners to download or stream. There are many different podcast hosting platforms available, but we recommend using Libsyn or Buzzsprout. Both of these companies offer plans that start at $5 per month and they make it easy to get your podcast up and running.

RSS Feed:
The last thing you will need to start your podcast is an RSS feed. RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication and it is a format that allows your podcast episodes to be syndicated (or distributed) across the internet. Your hosting platform will generate an RSS feed for your podcast automatically; all you need to do is submit it to iTunes or another directory service.

How to promote your podcast

There are many ways to promote your podcast. You can start by telling your friends and family about it, and you can also share it on social media. You can also submit your podcast to directories like iTunes, Stitcher, and Google Play Music. You can also create a website for your podcast and blog about your episodes.


We would like to thank you for listening to our show. We hope you enjoyed it and will continue to listen to future episodes. As promised, here are the inside jokes we referenced in this episode:

-The thing that goes “bleep” in the night (0:02:15)
-Musical genius (0:03:10)
-The best thing since sliced bread (0:04:05)
-A rose by any other name (0:04:50)
-Don’t judge a book by its cover (0:05:35)

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