Hello, everyone! Welcome to the first Industry Spotlight column of the week. We have been looking forward to this interview for quite some time and could not be happier with the results. The topic has very little to do with music, but if you read on you will discover there is more to the Haulix community than record labels and DIY musicians.
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Haulix is most commonly associated with helping musicians fight piracy and securely distribute their media, but we also work with a large number of comedians every single year. Standup comedy has made a huge resurgence in the last half decade, and Haulix has been there to help various labels keep their media safe every step of the way. We have previously spoken to publicists who worked in the comedy realm in addition to dabbling in music, but today we are dropping music for the first time ever in order to talk about the life of a company that specializes in making people laugh.
Brian Volk-Weiss is the man behind Comedy Dynamics, which until a few months ago was known as New Wave Dynamics. Together with his team of standup loving employees, Brian has been bringing comedy into the lives of people around the world for the better part of the last decade. He’s worked with virtually every big name comic today, and those he has yet to connect with will likely join the Comedy Dynamics family in the years to come. I had the opportunity to discuss Brian’s work life with the man himself earlier this week, and now I am sharing that insight, as well as a preview of what Comedy Dynamics has in store for the future, with all of you.
H: Hello, Brian. Thank you for joining us today. How are things in California?
B: Yea, morning is my favorite time of day. It’s funny I’m saying this on a call, but it’s typically before phones start to ring. I love getting in before 730, and I usually get more done between 730 and 9am than any other 90-minute period during the day.