B.J. Novak talks with Chris Hardwick about his approach to comedy, and what he learned from open mics and the Harvard Lampoon.

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Gerard McCulloch recently appeared on the Open Mic Podcast and shared his comedy writing advice for comics at all levels.

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Adam Carolla recently appeared on the Solopreneur Hour Podcast and shared his take on how to build your own career and the mistakes people make.

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Please subscribe and rate this podcast on iTunes! On the “disingenuously edited” episode of the podcast, Jordan Cooper, Chelcie Rice and Josh Homer welcome Phil Farda, Travis Denley and Dave Stuck onto the show to debate the purpose and goals of having a podcast, people’s listenership habits, editing a podcast versus releasing it “live-to-tape”, setting […]

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Please subscribe and rate this podcast on iTunes! On the “new year’s resolutions” episode of the podcast, Jordan Cooper, Chelcie Rice and Josh Homer review our career progress over the past year and set goals for 2014. In the process, we discuss how to make yourself more sellable to talent representation & the industry as a whole, putting […]

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The first step to getting more fans for your comedy is to know how to get discovered. Here’s some simple things you can do to get found.

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Please subscribe and rate this podcast on iTunes! On the “hitting the road” episode of the podcast, Jordan Cooper and Josh Homer welcome Matt Ward on to the show to discuss how to book a do-it-yourself comedy tour, performing outside of the established comedy club circuit, identifying goals on why you should even go on tour, and how the […]

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Comics spend a lot of time waiting, but waiting doesn’t get you any closer to success. Starting does.

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Please subscribe and rate this podcast on iTunes! On the “three-year anniversary” episode of the podcast, Jordan Cooper, Chelcie Rice and Josh Homer welcome the triumphant return of Josh Spector to the show to discuss comedians’ continuing frustration with the changing nature of the industry, how even the definition of “comedian” is shifting, why Bo Burnham is the wrong example […]

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Trying to sell a comedy album these days can lead to a lot of frustration, but here’s my thoughts on how to avoid some of those frustrations.

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