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Political Cartoonist Daryl Cagle, Chats with Blurred About Editorial in the 21st Century

In this live-streamed episode with Chat with Political Cartoonist, Daryl Cagle. Daryl shares his journey from Muppet illustrator, to toy inventor, to America’s most widely syndicated political cartoonist. We discuss the sensitivity of press freedoms around the world, journalism for the age of the internet, and ask the age-old question: “Are liberals funnier than conservatives?”.

In This Episode:

00:55 – Daryl’s Work With the Muppets

02:40 – From Puppets to Politics

06:20 – The Modern Newspaper Industry

08:35 – Editoral in Education

10:55 – Memes

13:00 – Political Cartoons in America vs.The Rest of the World

21:25 – Caricature in Commentary

27:05 – Curating Comics Around the World – Press Freedoms

33:15 – Journalism in the 21st Century – Social Media’s Influence

38:20 – Liberal vs. Conservative Humor

Links:

00:55 – Jim Henson

04:00 – Ganette Daily Paper

05:30 – Cagle Cartoons

06:20 – Stripped Documentary

12:50 – Banksy

13:10 – Charlie Hebdo

22:55 – Sandy Huffaker Cartoon

24:05 – College Media Convention

27:30 – Cagle.com

31:25 – Jerry Falwell vs. Larry Flynt

34:05 – Daryl’s Twitter (@DCagle)

35:50 – Marijuana.com

36:00 – Cheezeburger.com

40:25 – Augusta Chronicle (Rick McKee)

40:35 – Columbus Dispatch (Nate Beeler)

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