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Day 76 Comedians

The spread of the coronavirus has forced comedy clubs around the world to close their doors. Stand-up comedians rely heavily on income that they generate doing shows. As those are getting cancelled, comedians are forced to adapt and find alternative avenues.

Many comedians shifted to entertaining their audience via Instagram, Facebook, Podcasts or Youtube. In Los Angeles, the Laugh Factory in Hollywood started livestreaming virtual stand-up comedy sets on its Youtube channel.


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