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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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