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Ryan (left) and Jen (right) Ozawa, wearing Hawaii Lost Fan Club shirts, with Henry Ian Cusick (center), at the 2006 Louis Vuitton Hawaii Film Festival Lost Panel

Ryan Ozawa is a Hawaii resident and Lost fan who is best known for his podcast "The Transmission," which he produces with his wife, Jen Ozawa. At its most popular, The Transmission reached number 7 on the iTunes top 10 list, joining more established major podcasts such as those from ESPN, CBS and NPR. On an early episode, Lost cast member Jorge Garcia called into the podcast show.

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Background

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The Transmission podcast

  • Ryan & Jen's The Transmission podcast won the 2006 Jay & Jack Podcast's inaugural Hugo Cup award. Other nominees included Lostpedia and Lost-media. According to the awards podcast, Jay & Jack opined that The Transmission was the first groundbreaking Lost podcast that paved the way for the many Lost podcasts to follow later, including their own.
  • On January 31, 2006, the Ozawas announced that they were ending the podcast, citing time constraints, but continued to blog about the show. On February 4, 2008, they resumed podcasting in the wake of the Season 4 premiere. [1]
  • The couple also maintains a Lost filming locations list compiled with the help of fellow resident locations sleuths, which features an interactive Google map and tags that allow locations to be browsed by episode, area, character, and type.
  • Ryan Ozawa also regularly covers Lost on his blog, including filming reports.[2]

Aliases

Content from Ozawa related to Lost may be found at the following resources:

  • Pzarquon at Hawaii Threads, Thefuselage.com, lost-forum.com, televisionwithoutpity.
  • Hawaii at
    • YouTube - video hosting - link to profile
    • Flickr - photo hosting - link to profile
    • Twitter - link to profile
    • BlipTV - link to profile
  • Hawaii Blog at HawaiiWeblog.com

Hawaii Lost Fan Club

Ozawa also runs the Hawaii Lost Fan Club, which includes a mailing list hosted at Yahoo Groups.

Leaks and spoilers

Season 2 call sheet spoiler from Ozawa

Ozawa is the source of several filming reports and spoilers:

  • Leaked photos of the outdoor set the Others's camp, leaked before it was broadcast. (link)
  • Leaked video of Michelle Rodriguez directing Honolulu traffic in a police uniform, at her filming location for "Collision" - (link 1), (link 2)
  • Leaks from the University of Hawaii Medical School filming location for a Season 3 post-hiatus flashback: Flickr photo album, blog entry
  • In February 2008, Ryan Ozawa claimed that production had once again begun on Lost. This in fact was not true, and it was a production company making a TV-Movie called "Special Delivery" using the Lost team's equipment and some of the crew. Ryan claimed that the crew had told him they were making Lost, and had been "punk'd" by them.[3]

See also

External links

  • The Transmission Podcast and blog site.
  • Lost Locations Filming locations site.
  • Seattle Times news item on Ozawa's podcast.
  • Pacific Business News - November 25, 2005 - "Podcasting"
  • Honolulu Star-Bulletin - May 21, 2006 - Article mentions "one renegade devotee" who "travels all over Oahu and posts photographs on the Internet of every 'Lost' set on the Island", likely referring to Ozawa and his filming locations website.
  • Interview by Docarzt.com - May 15, 2008
  • AArisings A-Profiler Interview - August 19, 2008
  • Honolulu Star-Bulletin - May 12, 2009 - "Lost"
  • Honolulu Advertiser - January 3, 2009 - "Test your Oahu street savvy against 'Lost' locations
  • Hawaii News A 2004 article by Ozawa before he became Lost fan, noting that Lost had leased the Old Xerox Building.
  • HawaiiUp Podcast #25 - S2 Sunset on the Beach premiere spoiler podcast, September 18, 2005
  • Podcast interview - October 20, 2006 - Interview with Daniel Dae Kim and Jorge Garcia
  • Photos
    • Others' False Camp - May 6, 2006 (Flickr)
    • Downtown - November 2006 (Flickr)
    • Middle East - March 2008 (Flickr)
    • Adrift - May 2008 (Flickr)
    • Lost Photo Collection Complete sets of over 1,000 photos (Flickr)
  • Videos
    • Spoiler Report - April 20, 2006
    • Filming Report - September 16, 2006 (YouTube)
    • Video Montage of Season 3 Premiere - September 30, 2006 - From Sunset on the Beach (YouTube)
    • Filming Update - October 28, 2006 (YouTube)
    • Lost Filming on Halloween - October 31, 2006 (YouTube)
    • Filming on Anapuni St - August 22, 2008 - Scene for Season 5 (YouTube)
    • Filming on Alakea St September 24, 2008 - Scene for Season 5 (YouTube)
    • Filming at Kaneohe District Park - September 26, 2008 - Scene for Season 5 (YouTube)

This article uses material from the "Ryan Ozawa" article on the Lostpedia wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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