Adam Curry is an American podcaster, media personality, and entrepreneur. He is best known for co-inventing podcasting and hosting “The Daily Source Code,” one of the first and most popular podcasts.
Curry began his career in the late 1970s as a DJ and VJ for MTV, where he became known for his innovative style and use of technology. In the 1990s, he worked as a technology consultant and founded several internet companies, including one of the first online advertising networks.
In 2004, Curry and software developer Dave Winer created the format for podcasting, a way to distribute audio content over the internet. Curry launched “The Daily Source Code” podcast in 2004, which quickly became one of the most popular podcasts at the time.
Today, Curry continues to produce and host podcasts, including the “No Agenda” show with co-host John C. Dvorak, which covers news and current events from a critical perspective. He has also been involved in several startups and ventures, including a podcasting platform called Podshow and a social media platform called Hashable.
Curry has been recognized for his contributions to podcasting and technology, and has received several awards and honors, including induction into the Podcasting Hall of Fame. He is also known for his advocacy of personal sovereignty and individual freedom, and has been involved in several movements and initiatives related to these issues.