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Kathleen Madigan explains how a journalism degree can help start a career in comedy

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author on Aug 24, 2010
How does a degree in journalism lead to a standout career as a comedian? Just ask Kathleen Madigan. “Journalism was too much work for too little money,” Ms. Madigan explained... more

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