Jason has been building websites since the early days in 1994 for clients that range from small businesses to million dollar websites for blockbuster films to his own start-ups. In 1995 a new media company in Santa Monica moved him out to Los Angeles to ...
Jason has been building websites since the early days in 1994 for clients that range from small businesses to million dollar websites for blockbuster films to his own start-ups. In 1995 a new media company in Santa Monica moved him out to Los Angeles to build the first website for Epson America. Since then Jason has launched over 250 websites for major corporations like Paramount Pictures, Sony, Warner Brothers, and Disney. He also created the two time SXSW Weblog Award winning Blogrolling.com
as well as co-founded the global blog network Metroblogging. He has worked at several startups in San Francisco including Technorati.com
and 8020 Media, the publishers of JPGMagazine.com
and statistical aggregator Metricly.com
6 years ago Jason retired from programming to pursue a career in podcasting full time. He worked for The Art of Charm podcast for 5 years as a producer and co-host. Jason has also consulted and edited The Tim Ferriss show, The Forbes List, The Kevin Rose Show, The Foodist Podcast with Darya Rose, Joi Ito's Conversations, Noah Kagan Presents, and The After-On Podcast. He has also created several of his own shows including the film podcast Does It Have Legs. Currently Jason is a full-time producer, editor and co-host for The Jordan Harbinger Show and the co-creator of The Grumpy Old Geeks podcast.
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