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It just kind of demeans people." He goes on to state, however, that he is also in favor of some traditionally "liberal" causes such as the legalization of marijuana.
Elsewhere he has stated that "My feeling is this whole country is founded on the principle of 'if you are not hurting anyone, and you're not fucking with someone else's shit, and you are paying your taxes, you should be able to just do what you want to do.' It's the freedom and the independence." Carolla has stated that he consumes alcohol on a daily basis.
He currently hosts The Adam Carolla Show, a talk show distributed as a podcast on the ACE Broadcasting Network. On May 13, 2009, Adam returned to Loveline as a guest.
Loveline: Carolla was offered the job of co-hosting Loveline with physician Dr. Common topics included incessant radio weather and traffic reports ("How many traffic reports have you listened to? How many times have you actually changed your route based on a traffic report? 1, 2005, Carolla announced he would leave Loveline to pursue a position in morning radio, replacing Howard Stern — with Stern's approval — in a number of West Coast markets. 3, 2005, to allow him time to prepare for his morning debut in January 2006. The Adam Carolla Podcast: Carolla started a daily podcast on Feb. The first Adam Carolla podcast was downloaded more than 250,000 times in the initial 24 hours, and by the third podcast, it was the number one podcast on i Tunes in both the U. In the second week it recorded 2.4 million downloads.
He stated that he'd love to continue to do Loveline by recording it immediately after his morning show, but Westwood One insisted that the show must be broadcast live. 25, Infinity Broadcasting officially announced that it would be replacing Stern with Carolla on several radio stations in the western United States. 18, 2009, The Adam Carolla Show was canceled as part of a format switch at KLSX to AMP FM, a new top 40 station. By the fourth episode of the second week, featuring former Adam Carolla Show sidekick Dave Dameshek, the show was downloaded more than 500,000 times.
The show’s popularity and its ten years of audience loyalty owe much to Carolla’s background as a broadcast radio host and to Executive Producer Chris Laxamana who oversees every aspect of each podcast from creation to distribution.
Laxamana explained the studio’s audio requirements, “We try to keep the shows true to Adam’s radio roots, so we record everything straight to tape and we release the show in mono 64kbps, which is just crazy.
Adam stated that bandwidth cost more than ,000 a month as of May 2009.