Constant Comedy: How I Started Comedy Central and Lost My Sense of Humor

Backorder (temporarily out of stock)
1 other format in stock!
Product Details
$24.95  $23.20
Ulysses Press
Publish Date
6.0 X 9.1 X 1.0 inches | 1.3 pounds

Earn by promoting books

Earn money by sharing your favorite books through our Affiliate program.

Become an affiliate
About the Author
Art Bell is a former media executive best known for creating and building HBO's The Comedy Channel, which went on to become Comedy Central. After Comedy Central, Bell became the president of Court TV and was the guiding force behind one of the most successful brand evolutions in cable television. Bell is the author of Web Sightings: A Collection of Websites We'd Like to See. He lives with his family in Connecticut.

"As comedy writers know, the rarest of all creatures is the comedy exec who's actually funny. Art Bell is funny as hell, he understands comedy, and that's why Comedy Central was born and why it thrived. Constant Comedy is a great, fun read."--Michael Weithorn, Creator and Executive Producer of The King of Queens
"Buy this book. Right now. Don't even finish reading this blurb. Just walk to the counter and buy the book. Constant Comedy is the funniest behind-the-scenes memoir I've ever read, full of crazy characters, plot twists, and suspense. It's the story of how Art Bell built Comedy Central into one of cable TV's most successful channels, which meant dealing with insane comedians and even more insane TV executives in a rough-and-tumble workplace. Somehow he made it all work. Did I mention that this book is funny?"--Dan Lyons, New York Times bestselling author of DISRUPTED