Thanks to the success of “WTF,” Maron books more gigs, sells more tickets, landed a book deal, and even has a series coming to IFC this year.
Popular podcasters Adam Carolla, Marc Maron, Jeff Ullrich, and more are hoping to challenge a potential new threat to their financial futures.
"Two years ago, I planned on killing myself in my garage. Now, I'm in my garage doing the best work I've ever done."
The live album was at one time the definitive work that a standup comic could share with the world. That was before podcasts changed the way comedy content is created, distributed, and enjoyed.
Maron, 47, started his comedy career in the mid-1980s in Boston and moved to New York City a few years later; he is considered one of the founding fathers of the alternative comedy scene.