Our Clients

Eric Johnson is about the most talented podcasting producer and audio entrepreneur at work today. With his capable hands, he helped shape Puck's early audio forays, provided vision and structure, and handled all the production with grace and aplomb. I could sing his praises for days, but he asked me to keep this short. (He's a good editor, too.)
Jon Kelly
Co-founder, Puck

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"I felt, here's someone who's gone through the same issues I have. I asked questions, and he had the answers. It felt very natural, the way he came up with suggestions and paths to get to the next level."
David Mendes
Host, Papa PhD
"Eric helped me shape my show, my interviews, and even how I organize my research. In brief, concentrated sessions, Eric is present, well-prepared, and able to relay high-quality advice."
Austen Camille
Producer and Host, Our Shared Field
"It was fantastic to hear, this is how a professional approaches her job, these are the things to think about when you're producing an episode."
Irena Hwang
Co-producer, MIT Catalysts
Follow Friday

We all follow people online ... but who do they follow? Every week on Follow Friday, LightningPod's first original podcast, Eric Johnson spoke with writers, podcasters, comedians, and other internet creators to find out. Guests included Roman Mars (99% Invisible), Alexandra Petri (The Washington Post), Tom Scott (YouTube), Bridget Todd (There Are No Girls on the Internet), Hrishikesh Hirway (Song Exploder), and Shima Oliaee (Dolly Parton's America).

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The title of the podcast, "Follow Friday," and an illustration of ducklings following their mother.
Eric Johnson worked on these shows before LightningPod. In 2019, the show he produced for nearly all of its five-year run — Recode Decode with Kara Swisher — was named Podcast of the Year by Adweek.

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