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On the “half-decent questions” episode of the podcast, Jordan Cooper, Josh Spector, Chelcie Riceand Josh Homer welcome Connected Comedy community member Amy Blackwell on the show to discuss balancing having a day job while pursuing a stand-up comedy career, finding part-time work that utilizes your creativity and why social media-based jobs are perfect for comedians.
In addition, we give our thoughts on the new comedy sub-Reddit and trend of posting “meme” images of your bits, some follow up on a checklist of things to do when moving to a new city, comics’ irrational paranoia over having material stolen and Josh Spector wins the scold scorecard this episode in a rant about how most comedians
can’t seem to follow the simplest of instructions.
Links from this episode:
The Sex & Cash Theory [Hugh MacLeod]
Mashable – Jobs Search
Why You Should Get To Know A Viral Agency [Connected Comedy]
New Reddit comedy meme page benefits established comics, up and comers and fans [Laughspin]
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One thought on “Connected Comedy Podcast Episode 15: The Sex & Cash Theory”
Utterly blows my mind how anyone remotely associated with the industry can put “precious comedy material” in snide quote marks. Some strangely ignorant comments in here. No its not ok to have the set you are building stolen. Yes it can be damaging. I agree that releasing work serves to copyright it.