Jamie Foxx, trying to figure out where he left his HHB Flashmic. Probably the same place he left his car keys, too.New York, NY (February 19, 2008)--Comedian Jamie Foxx recently became an on-air host, contributor and executive producer of a satellite radio station's 24/7 comedy, entertainment and lifestyle program. This new radio show features routines from a variety of comedians, guest appearances by Foxx's friends from the worlds of entertainment and sports, and, on his segment of the weekly show, skits and interviews recorded on the run with his HHB FlashMic.
Foxx appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, surprising the talk show host and audience when he pulled out his FlashMic to explain how he spontaneously captures material for his satellite radio show. "I can take this mic, record whatever I want, and then pop it right on the radio. It's my secret weapon," he said. [To view this segment, go to www.flashmic.com]
Foxx reportedly carries a FlashMic wherever he goes to record ideas for original skits and comedy bits, conversations with his entertainment industry friends or anything interesting to add to the radio show. The show can feature anything from Foxx at his birthday party in Miami to his thoughts on the state of baseball. Depending on the selected digital audio format, HHB's FlashMic can offer over 18 hours of recording time onto a 1GB internal Flash memory, allowing Foxx to amass ample material on his worldwide travels.