The Internet’s impact on magic is undeniable, but it’s a divisive topic. Some magicians love the immediate access to information, the potential to reach new audiences. Others question if it’s pulling away audiences, increasing viewer cynicism, and perpetuating mediocrity.
To learn more about how the world wide web grew into its current role for the community, tune into the latest episode of The Magic Word podcast. Host Scott Wells chats with Jim Sisti about the topic. Sisti was the creator, publisher, and editor of The Magic Menu periodical. He’s also an established performer who has tricks and books out on the market. Their conversation covers everything from YouTube to trick piracy to the impact on brick-and-mortar stores.
Listen to the whole episode on The Magic Word website.