Look, we’re as surprised as you are. Comedians are a pretty independent bunch. We never thought we’d get our acts together and get organized. Sure, we’ve been lucky enough to write, perform, and produce projects for television networks (both broadcast and cable) and major motion picture studios. And you might have watched us performing live in clubs nationwide, or seen us on Conan, Letterman, or the Daily Show (among many others), or heard us on local and syndicated radio.
But what made us decide to get come together and launch All Things Comedy? Well, some might argue that it has something to do with “not being homeless”. Honestly, we just saw an opportunity to do something transformative and we decided to jump on it.
Much as it once did for music, the Internet is revolutionizing the world of comedy and fundamentally changing the game. Enter All Things Comedy. Acting as a hub for the network we are able to leverage our numbers to gain greater access that in turn allows us to utilize newly viable methods of creation and distribution; ATC offers comedians the power to enjoy unprecedented levels of opportunity and control.
We are lots of things: a robust outlet for podcasts and other media; a resource for information about your favorite performers; a place for passionate conversation about comedians and comedy; a digital hub for the distribution of merchandise; and a studio for the creation of innovative branded content.
But all of that is just the beginning. We are committed to building a network of unique content with unique opportunities to flourish by engaging audiences directly and indirectly in the digital and live environments in which they reside.
We are ATC. We are the future of comedy.