10 Facts About Adam Curry


Adam Curry was born in Arlington, Virginia, but lived in Amstelveen, Netherlands, from 1972 to 1987.

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Adam Curry hosted several other radio and television programs for the Dutch broadcast station Veronica.

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In 2005, Adam Curry founded a video-sharing site called PodShow, which later changed its name to Mevio, with Ron Bloom.

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Adam Curry landed various television assignments and his family briefly starred in the reality show Adam's Family.

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Adam Curry founded PodShow, now Mevio, with his business partner Ron Bloom, in January 2005.

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Adam Curry used podcasting to endorse 2008 Republican presidential hopeful Ron Paul.

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Adam Curry made a fourth appearance on the show on January 8th, 2022.

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In February 2006, Adam Curry sued the Dutch tabloid Weekend for reprinting photos from his Flickr page and publishing details about his daughter.

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In May 2009, Adam Curry posted on his blog that another Dutch tabloid had published another Creative Commons-licensed photo from Adam Curry's Flickr account.

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Adam Curry is the nephew of former CIA official and United States Ambassador to Korea, Donald Gregg, whom he calls "Uncle Don" in his podcast.

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