How the Internet has changed comedy
Video highlights how comedians now flock to podcasts, Twitter and YouTube for their craft
The Internet has changed many, many things (including publishing!), so it's not a surprise it's also changed the world of comedy.
In the latest video from the PBSoffbook team, we get a mini-documentary called "What's the Deal with Internet Comedy?", which takes a look at how podcasting, Twitter and viral videos has allowed comedians to get in front of a larger audience without needing to rely on comedy clubs or late-night TV shows.
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