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The Year in Comedy Podcasts

2012 saw the comedy podcast universe continue to expand, with new shows popping up from industry veterans, comedy neophytes, and everyone in between.  Dan Harmon launched Harmontown; Dana Gould kicked off The Dana Gould Hour; Earwolf debuted Brian Posehn's Nerd Poker, Jake Fogelnest's The Fogelnest Files, Adam McKay and Owen Burke's Funny Or Die-produced Owen & TJ Read the News, and a slew of non-comedy programs; Nerdist started up Jonah Raydio, Cashing In with T.J. Miller, and Mary Lynn Rajskub's Kickin' It Mary Lynn Style; and Maximum Fun snatched up Risk! and Throwing Shade in addition to launching the UK/US game show International Waters and turning The Sound of Young [...]

Check Out Photos of Splitsider's Birthday Bash

This past Saturday, we celebrated the one year anniversary of Splitsider (technically it's in a couple of weeks, but who's counting?) with a comedy show and party co-hosted by our friends from Gentrify Brooklyn. It was a huge success, with tons of people coming out and helping to raise over $700 for 826NYC. Hooray! If you weren't able to make it, here are some photos of the event from Nadia Chaudhury.

Hey Look, Splitsider Now Has a Newsletter You Can Sign Up For!

Do you prefer to get your comedy news and features in email format rather than swinging by this here website every day? Well, now we've made it easier for you, as you can see a nice new email signup form in the righthand sidebar. Put your email address in there, hit "Submit," and you'll be signed up for our new once-weekly newsletter. It'll include the biggest feature or two of the week as well as the biggest news stories, keeping you delightfully up to date about the goings-on around here. And if you don't like it, you can always just unsubscribe. This isn't a huge commitment we're talking about [...]

Hey Readers: What Do You Want to See More of on Splitsider?

Running a site like Splitsider is a weird thing. It basically consumes my life, and I'm always working on it and trying to make it better, but I'm also so close to it that I sometimes worry that I have no perspective on the thing. It's been a year and a half or so since launch, and I'm very proud of what the site has become. But it could be better, right? Everything could always be better.

So I wanted to take this opportunity to ask you, Splitsider's readers, what you'd like to see more or less of on the site. Are there things we don't cover that you'd [...]