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Techcrunch Interviews: Laugh.ly The Digital Comedy Play

Media Jobs Laugh.ly The Digital Comedy Play

Dave Scott got the idea for Laugh.ly after spending a year doing stand up comedy.  He realized how much everyone loves a good laugh and he thought he could be the first one to laugh all the way to the bank for the right reasons.  Scott says that 50 million tickets were sold to comedy clubs in 2015 and believes that is an indicator of the potential for his business. With a similar business model to Spotify, a freemium option with commercials and a $7.99 per month option sans commercials, Laugh.ly will be both an app and a website. But comedy is all about context and Dave explains how he will catalog, archive and present his humor in a way that will keep you laughing.  Listen in as Roy Weissman of Media Jobs interviews Dave.     Roy: This is Roy Weissman from Mediajobs.com. We’re talking with Dave Scott, the CEO of Laugh.ly. Dave: The reason I started Laugh.ly was because I actually did stand-up comedy for a year. After I sold my last company, I did open mics and then worked my way up to big headliners and I realized how much people love comedy. In fact, of the 160…

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