On the “fistful of predictions” episode of the podcast, Josh Spector, Jordan Cooper, Chelcie Rice and Josh Homer discuss our views on how the comedy industry and its relationship to social media will shift heading into 2013 and what implications that has on stand-up comedians.
We include the increasing importance of controlling your own online platform, how Hollywood has bought totally into Twitter even though they continue to be clueless on how to leverage it properly, why anyone with an audience has become a media outlet in the age of pageview journalism, and how crowdfunding will become a primary resource for performers with existing fan bases.
Links from this episode:
The 5 Comedians Most Likely To Become The Louis C.K. of 2012 [Connected Comedy]
5 Social Media Shifts That Will Impact Comedians [Connected Comedy]
CC Podcast Episode 16: Social Media Is Bullshit
If the Media Covers You, You’d Better Bring an Audience [New York Observer]
Trust Me, I’m Lying: Confessions of a Media Manipulator [Amazon]
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