Rob has been involved in podcasting since 2011 as a producer, editor, and host.
Below are samples of his shows:
Detours from the Detroit Free Press (2015 to Present)
In mid-2015, Detroit Free Press Arts & Entertainment Editor Steve Byrne approached Rob about creating a weekly podcast highlighting Detroit’s scene. The show has been an outstanding success with listeners garnering attention as one of the top Detroit created “podcasts you need to listen to”.
The Projection Booth (2011 to 2015)
As the replacement for the original co-host, Rob joined The Projection Booth in late 2011 before becoming permanent co-host in early 2012. During his time on the show, Rob and co-host/co-creator Mike White, talked about a range of films with an extraordinary list of special guest interview from Academy Award Winners to indie darlings to B movie heroes and beyond.
The Projection Booth has been lauded by critics as one of the best film podcasts, “pharmaceutical-grade film geekery. For those that can handle it”, and one of the 10 best podcasts for filmmakers, film fans, and industry folks because it “not only produces evergreen content, but also, can be described as an alternative form of film scholarship.”
Rob left the full time co-hosting chair at The Projection Booth in December 2015, but, the show continues with Mike White.
Aspen Ideas to Go (2015)
Rob was the original talent coach, producer, and editor for Aspen Ideas to Go. The podcast was created by the Aspen Institute to showcase talks and events during the annual Ideas Festival held in Aspen, Colorado each summer. Rob helped to build the flow of the program, edit the host’s scripts, record the host, and edit & mix the program from its inception. Rob’s work on the show was between January to May 2015.
Want to talk about a podcast idea? Contact Rob