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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 expectations and respecting your podcast audience, building a community around your content, and constructively reviewing your work.
In addition, we discuss setting realistic career goals, performing at churches, the difference between club work and private events, how offline referrals are important even in this age of social media, knowing your fair value in negotiating pay for services and learning how to say “no”.
Links from this episode:
CC Podcast #51: Booking A Comedy Tour
CC Podcast #12: Forget That It’s Even A Website
Zoom H4N Handy Portable Digital Recorder
CC Podcast #31: You Have To Care
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