About the Podcast

We Disrupt This Broadcast, a new podcast from The Peabody Awards and the Center for Media & Social Impact, features intimate interviews with award-winning television creatives shaping the future of entertainment with disruptive new narratives and fresh approaches. Join us as we explore how our favorite critically-acclaimed TV shows are re-imagining the world and tackling the big issues that move us forward. Upcoming guests include Quinta Brunson, Damon Lindelof, Ramy Youssef, Pamela Adlon, Charlie Brooker, and more. The podcast is hosted by Gabe González (comedian, writer and actor) with episodes releasing the second Thursday of every month.


The podcast is available free on-demand across all major podcast platforms, including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music, iHeart, and Overcast. Subscribe!


Our Host

Gabe González is a Puerto Rican comedian, writer and actor living in Brooklyn, NY. He can be seen in Season 4 of The Last OG, the HBO Latino documentary Habla y Vota, and starred in Audible’s The Comedians. His pilot ‘Los Blancos’ was a winner at the Yes And Laughter Lab in 2019 and his satirical sketch “Bootlickers” was an official selection at the LA Comedy Film Festival and Atlanta Comedy Festival in 2022. He’s hosted and produced digital videos for places like MTV, GLAAD and Remezcla, and performed stand-up across the country. His most recent projects include a monthly queer comedy show in NYC called ‘The Lavender Scare’ and working with Imagine Entertainment to pen the short film Alma, available on Amazon.

About the Center for Media & Social Impact (CMSI)

The Center for Media & Social Impact (CMSI), based at American University’s School of Communication in Washington, D.C., is a creative innovation lab and research center that creates, studies, and showcases media for social good and positive impact. GoodLaugh, a program of the Center for Media & Social Impact, facilitates comedy production, research, and convenings with social justice at the core.

To listen to Peabody’s previous podcast series Stories That Matter, click here.