TV Time Machine, the syndicated celebrity interview radio show heard on terrestrial stations across the Salem Radio Network and on flagship KCBQ-AM in San Diego, California, is now exploring the digital landscape, landing as a featured Podcast on BlogTalkRadio. Travelling beyond the program’s terrestrial orbit, Jim Benson’s TV Time Machine is scheduled to blast-off on the website beginning September 24th.
“I’m extremely proud to be a part of the BlogTalkRadio family,” says TV Time Machine host Jim Benson. “BlogTalkRadio is a legendary name in the field of podcast distribution, and we’re tremendously excited about harnessing the reach of BTR, and combining it with the star-power of TV Time Machine. It’s a marriage made in the heavens!”
BlogTalkRadio General Manager Andy Toh added “Jim produces a consistently high quality show, including illuminating interviews with experts and celebrity guests, and we’re privileged to support his podcasting venture.”
Host Jim Benson has interviewed many of the entertainment industry’s biggest stars on his long-running radio program. Celebrities who’ve recently travelled on Jim Benson’s TV Time Machine include Ron Perlman, Jeffrey Tambor, JoBeth Williams, Linda Hamilton, Mariel Hemingway, Maury Povich, Alan Thicke, Ed Begley, Jr., Andie MacDowell and Doonesbury cartoonist Garry Trudeau—joining past guests such as Mel Brooks, Guillermo del Toro, Matthew Weiner and Debbie Reynolds—just a few of the many stars that comprise the TV Time Machine galaxy.
TV Time Machine, also heard online at http://www.tvtimemachine.com and every weekend on radio stations across the country, is a dynamically entertaining radio program featuring TV’s biggest celebrities and spotlighting shows ranging from The Voice to The Virginian. TV Time Machine explores worlds beyond nostalgia, featuring interviews with today’s hottest stars, while also visiting with the TV legends of yesterday.
Founded in 2006, BlogTalkRadio helps podcasters thrive and profit from their content. The platform is a unified toolkit that helps podcasters record, stream live, publish on-demand, syndicate, measure and monetize conversational format podcasts. Hosts can capture interviews with guests from any geographic location using nothing more than a laptop, a microphone and a broadband internet connection.
About Jim Benson
In addition to hosting the TV Time Machine broadcast for over a decade, Jim Benson has contributed to dozens of television productions for TV Land, Showtime, Nick at Nite, NBC/Universal, CBS Entertainment, and Starz/Encore, including a featured appearance on Penn & Teller’s Bull****. His production company, TV Time Machine Productions, was recently enlisted to help produce a “lost episode” of the classic 1970’s TV horror series Rod Serling’s Night Gallery for Universal Home Entertainment’s DVD release of Night Gallery: Season Three.