Ted Lasso on the Super League, Comedian Steve Hofstetter and Mel Kiper Jr.
Adam speaks to AFC Richmond Head Coach Ted Lasso (Thomas Whittington) about the Super League, then chats with comedian Steve Hofstetter about his beloved New York Mets. Plus, Mel Kiper Jr.'s Final Mock Draft and headlines. Sports are funny! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Steve Hofstetter is a graduate of our New York Phi Chapter at Columbia University, and a comedian and author with a national profile. He has 600,000 YouTube subscribers, 500,000 Facebook followers and over 650 million views across the platforms. His mant TV appearances include ESPN’s Quite Frankly, CBS’s Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson, Fox & Friends, Showtime’s White Boyz in the Hood, VH1’s Countdown and ABC’s Barbara Walters Special. He hosted Fox’s Laughs and Comcast’s Trial By Laughter. Steve was Senior Comedy Correspondent for Fox Sports and hosted radio show “The Sports Minute or So” on 170 radio stations as well as “Four Quotas” on Sirius Satellite Radio. The original writer for collegehumor.com, he’s written humor columns for the New York Times, Sportsillustrated.com, NHL.com and got his start by co-founding the website “Sports Jerk of the Week.” His fifth comedy album Pick Your Battles reached #1 on iTunes’ comedy charts. Brother Hofstetter is a longtime member of SigEp’s Board of Governors, former student director on the National Board and currently serves on our National Advancement Council. Steve has had quite the career and has found the time to contribute so much to the Fraternity, and we’re excited to have him on the SigEp Podcast.Find more from Steve at www.stevehofstetter.comTwitter: @SteveHofstetterInstagram: @stevehofstetterFacebookCheck out Steve's app: appsteve.com
Author, columnist, and comedian Steve Hofstetter is often called the hardest working man in show-business. With all due respect to the late James Brown.Hofstetter's national TV debut came on ESPN's Quite Frankly, where Stephen A. Smith yelled at him for...
Steve Hofstetter is one of the hardest working people in the comedy industry that I have ever met. He is now enjoying the fruits of his labor as he has managed to build a huge social media following. Steve and I have been friends for quite some time and he has always been one to give back to his craft but now, because of the success he is finally able to enjoy, he is giving back at an unprecedented level. 2021 is going to especially exciting for him and those that will benefit from Steel City Arts Foundation and its work. Strap in and get ready to hear how Steve got to this point because HERE WE GO.***Follow Steve Hofstetter and his work:Website - https://www.stevehofstetter.comYouTube - https://www.youtube.com/user/thehofstetterTwitter - https://twitter.com/SteveHofstetterFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/stevehofstetter/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/stevehofstetter/***Follow Todd McComas: Website: https://toddcomedy.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/toddmccomas Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/toddmccomas/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/toddmccomas YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/toddmccomascomedy
On a very special episode, Mike Shea has a phone chat with comedian Steve Hofstetter as he travels cross-country for the holidays! Mike & Steve talk about: Comedy during COVID Steve's post-election feelings & predictions How their dads were their biggest fans Check out Steve's digital comedy shows at Nowhere Comedy:https://nowherecomedyclub.com/ Watch Steve's clips online:https://bit.ly/3m0SnrQ Thanks for listening! Tell your friends!
Comedian, Author, and YouTuber Steve Hofstetter is our Bucketlist guest on this week's segment Dying To Talk To You. Steve joins Claudia and Kate to discuss his life in comedy, his love of owning hecklers, and how he coped with the loss of his father. Go listen to him now, he’s hilarious!
Steve Hofstetter: How to Do It Your Own Way and Make It Work
Eyes on the Ground
I like disruptive personalities. Usually when we do something we look at the way everybody else is doing it and then we attempt to replicate that. Sure we put our original flourishes on it, but that’s only in the creative process itself. What about how we present everything? Steve Hofstetter is a disruptive personality. You know Steve. If you have the internet his “Comedian Owns Heckler” videos have popped up on your timeline at some point. He’s the ginger kid with glasses and sharp wit and well-honed improvisational skills. His YouTube boasts half a million subscribers and he has over a quarter of a billion views on Facebook. He’s produced TV shows, written a book, and released six comedy specials as well, all while creating a massive, ever-growing catalogue of video content. Enjoy my conversation with Steve Hofstetter. For more, follow him on all things social media @SteveHofstetter, or visit his virtual comedy club, NowhereComedyClub.com Follow Slade Ham: Twitter: twitter.com/sladeham Instagram: instagram.com/sladeham Facebook: facebook.com/sladeham YouTube: youtube.com/sladeham Find Slade's latest book, Until All the Dragons Are Dead, wherever books are sold. Sign up for Slade's newsletter: sladeham.com/comedy/mailing-list
Episode 27: Will Luis Rojas Be Here For Long Haul? feat. Steve Hofstetter
Amazin' But True: A NY Mets Baseball Podcast from New York Post Sports
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show reacting to the Mets losing two of three to the Blue Jays. The guys dive into Luis Rojas' wrong decision to pull David Peterson, what Rojas has done wrong and question his future managing the Mets. They discuss Amed Rosario's bad baserunning, Jeff McNeil needing to poop, Rojas' use of analytics and look ahead to three huge games against the Phillies. Comedian and rabid Mets fan Steve Hofstetter then joins the show. Hofstetter talks about his favorite Mets memory, why Rojas deserves another shot next season, comedy ups and downs and when he realized he made it.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Baseball Tangents with Comedian Steve Hofstetter - 20 Minutes
Locked On MLB - Daily Podcast On Major League Baseball
Comedian Steve Hofstetter joins the podcast to go on several baseball tangents. We discuss "The Rule of Seven" to see when sports memories are formed. Then we discussed Brian Cashman's ability to overhype prospects to the advantage of the Yankees.Follow Steve on Twitter @stevehofstetter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices