Where Journalism and Comedy Meet

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Politics and current events have always been the subject of satire and parody. What's new is that some old-school journalism outlets, such as the Washington Post, are starting to use comedy to help communicate hard news. The Agenda welcomes Keli Dailey, a trained journalist who now teaches satire at St. Mary's College in San Francisco, to discuss the uptick of satire in mainstream news.
Comedy and Satire in Journalism
Oct 05, 2017
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