Alex has participated in the entertainment industry for six years. He founded and
directed the popular, Los Angeles-based improv comedy troupe, The Misfit Toys. The
group was featured in Stuff Magazine and on MTV. Alex subsequently appeared in a
number of national television commercials for companies such as Volkswagen, Dominos
and Dell. After a chance meeting with a TechTV producer at a wedding, Alex landed
the co-hosting role on TechTV's The Screen Savers. It was at TechTV that he met
Kevin Rose, and one of the most successful Internet television partnerships was
born. In 2004, Kevin and Alex decided to create a weekly podcast called Diggnation.
The popular Revision3 show consistently ranks as one of the top podcast downloads
available from the Apple iTunes Music Store.
In addition to Diggnation, Alex has teamed up with his two buds Dan and Jeff to
create the raddest show on the net, The Totally Rad Show. TRS is an eccentric mix
of movie quotes and radness.
The Totally Rad Show is a weekly video podcast produced by Team Awesome, LLC and
distributed by Revision3. It consists primarily of reviews and reminiscences of
pop-culture phenomena such as movies, video games, television programs, and comic
The show debuted on March 27, 2007, and is hosted by Alex Albrecht, Jeff Cannata,
and Dan Trachtenberg. It is filmed and edited by Steve Koncelik. In 2008, the show
was honored with a People's Voice Webby Award and the "Best Produced" Podcast Award.
Bringing together five dudes, four cameras, and the one and only World of Warcraft,
Project Lore is all about putting the best multimedia MMORPG game guides in one
place. We also make a daily video show and a blog about all things WoW. Led by Alex
Albrecht, the show follows the progress of a group of level 70 players who love
beer and pizza and loathe Fel Orcs.
Diggnation is a weekly tech/web culture show based on the top digg.com social bookmarking
news stories. www.diggnation.com