Melbourne, Australia, August 20, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- With global pressure on the media and ever decreasing news cycles, many saw the launch of another news source as ridiculous. Luckily for TechSquib this was exactly the angle they were looking for.
Streamed live to a global audience the launch party included a litany of local technology experts and comedic writers. Event guests were shown insight into the workings of the authors through an improvisational news jam. At one stage, after a particularly raucous chant of 'Go Tech Squid', organisers had to remind guests of the actual spelling. One guest observed "I think Squid would've been better, but I guess that was taken."
In addition to promoting the new site, the event generated additional awareness for the comedy industry, an industry well known for lack of talent and cut-throat, business-first tactics. Industry pundits, while attempting to be optimistic, don’t hold up much hope for satire. "Popular humour tends to be cyclic and we are clearly moving into a slapstick phase," noted TechSquib spokesperson Adam Sivell. While this doesn’t bode well for the launch, Adam Sivell went on to say, "Success today is the failure of tomorrow."
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