Cringe Humor joining forces with Mediocre Nation and Comical Radio

The wildly popular Mediocre Show and Comical Radio are joining the Cringe Humor Radio Network. Both radio programs are scheduled to make their official debuts this week.
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Oct. 15, 2007 - PRLog -- New York, NY -  Cringe Humor Entertainment is pleased to announce that two programs will be joining their already strong line up of shows on the Cringe Humor Radio Network. The Mediocre Show and the Comical Radio Show will begin their first week at Cringe Humor starting on the Wednesday, October 17 at 9 PM when the wildly popular Mediocre Show officially turns to the live talk format.
    “It is with great pleasure that we can bring these shows live on our network to fans of the shows and the station,” says Cringe Humor founder, Patrick Milligan. “Anytime you can add one of the most popular podcasts in the world to a talented lineup of programs it is a no brainer for us.”
     The Mediocre Show has experienced great success as a podcast for over two years. Currently ranked number 3 in the iTunes comedy category, the show has accumulated a legion of fans and has been featured in Maxim magazine. Now that they’ve conquered the podcasting world, they’ll look to do the same with live internet talk radio.
    “The Mediocre Show sounded like a good idea over 2 years ago, now that we have over 110 episodes, we are starting to rethink that,” says Eric Tomorrow, the show’s creator and host. “However, we have gone too far to turn back. The next logical step is to join forces with Cringe Humor Radio and blow the doors off fake talk radio.”
    The Mediocre Show will be bringing it’s own brand of laid back talk, and sarcastic humor to Cringe Humor Radio every Wednesday at 9 PM EST. “We look forward to interacting with fans live every week, instead of waiting for the voicemails to roll in.”
    For years Comical Radio has entertained comedy fans while with New York’s 87.9 FM, The Biz, a student run radio station at Baruch College. Host Danny Lobell has worked as a comedian since he was 16. The show features fellow comedians Chris Iacono, Katy Olsen and David Kasten. Each week the show talks about the world of comedy with some of the biggest names in the business. On Friday, October 12, Comical gave us a sneak peak into their world with guests Sussie Essman (Curb Your Enthusiasm) and the legendary Pat Cooper.
    “After breaking bread with Danny and playing ping pong at a computer store for about a half hour I now realize that he can talk to pretty much anyone,” says Cringe Humor Radio program director Cris Italia. “That makes him fearless on the radio and that’s what we love about his style.”
    You can catch Comical Radio as they make their official Cringe Humor Debut on Friday, October 19 at 1 PM.

About Cringe Humor Radio
Cringe Humor Radio is the only independent radio station that features some of your favorite comedians and online radio talk show personalities. Cringe Humor has been a voice for stand up comedy for years and now we bring that same credibility to online broadcasting. The channel streams 24 hours a day and 7 days a week, featuring comedians such as, Colin Quinn, Jim Norton, Patrice O’Neal, Richard Pryor, Robert Kelly, Rich Vos, Don Rickles, Andrew Dice Clay and many, many more. The channel also features live talk radio programs such as, Show, The Conte and Kenny Show, Chaos Radio Show, BJ Radio, N3rdcast, The Schachter Factor, Aristocrats Radio and the Hooter and Greenway Show. For more information about Cringe Humor log onto and

About Comical Radio
Live from the studios of Baruch College’s WBMB 87.9 “The Biz”, Comical Radio features some of the best names in comedy each week. This show may be regulated by the FCC, but make no mistake hosts, Danny Lobell, Chris Iacano, David Kasten and Katy Olsen will use their unique brand of humor to keep you laughing and wanting more. For more information go to

About The Mediocre Show
In 2005, The Mediocre Show set out to create a talk show that the average masses could connect with. What followed could only be described as a firestorm of fake talk radio. Eric and Matt broadcast weekly from Philadelphia, to a group of dedicated worldwide fans that call themselves the Mediocre Nation. The show features weekly segments, listener calls, and independent music.  Sit back, grab yourself a beer and enjoy your journey to the middle of the road. For more information log onto


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