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The New York Times
A Not Quite New Guy on 'New Girl'
Exploring the FOX sitcom's innovative solution to a star's departure and return, as told by "New Girl" creator Liz Meriwether and two of the show's stars, Damon Wayans, Jr. and Lamorne Morris.

The New York Times
A Writer Hitching Her Star to a Star
A conversation with Girl Most Likely screenwriter and actress Michelle Morgan on how Kristen Wiig's burgeoning profile helped propel Morgan's project from script to screen.

The New York Times
"Friends First, Talk Show Hosts Later"
On Nikki Glaser and Sara Schaefer, hosts of the forthcoming "Nikki and Sara LIVE!", MTV's first late-night show in years.

The New York Times
"City-Bred Comic Has His Heart in the Club"
On the rise of city comic Michael Che, a new scene favorite.

The New York Times
"Clever, How They Earn That Laugh"
A numbers-based assessment of how comedians make a living.

The New York Times
"These Comics Will Play the Race Card"
On Comedy Central's sketch series "Key & Peele," featuring Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele.

The New York Times
"Women Who Take Their Shopping Very SRSLY"
On SRSLY, aka Danielle Gibson and Alexandra Fiber, creators and stars of the pretty cult-hit comedy web series.  

The New York Times
"Smelling Like Peonies and Networking for Laughs"
On Glennis McCarthy, founder of Gorgeous Ladies in Comedy.  

The New York Times
"Sketch Group Takes Next Step: Separation"
On the individual success, and subsequent split, of the New York sketch group Pangea 3000. 

The New York Times
"From Other Woman to Everywoman"
A Q+A with Kathleen Rose Perkins of the Showtime series "Episodes."

The New York Times
"Cuteness: Another Word for Evil"
Tied to the release of "TED," a look back at murderous and otherwise sinister teddy bears.

The New York Times
"They're Pretty, Normal and in Wheelchairs"
On the Sundance Channel series "Push Girls," from reality producer Gay Rosenthal.

The New York Times
"Adrift in New York, Web Comics Seek a Larger Audience"
On Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer, the creators and stars of "Broad City," the web series now in development as a TV project at FX.

The New York Times
"From an Early Adopter to a Social Media Star"
On Romany Malco, the actor and writer who's found his niche--and a steady paycheck--in the world of online, interactive comedy entertainment.

The New York Times
"A Man of Many Roles (Most Canceled)"
On David Walton, the actor who's become NBC's go-to lead with a catch: his last five series have all been canceled after one season or less.

The New York Times
"So There Were These Three Storytellers"
On storytelling, the comedy form that's sometimes funny, always cathartic.

The New York Times
"A Star Is Rehabbed"
On the actress and activist Kristen Johnston: her quest for an addiction recovery high school and her memoir, GUTS.

The New York Times
"Yucking It Up on Yahoo, Like a Grownup"
On Yahoo's network-like push into comedy programming, which includes projects from Ken Marino, Alison Becker and Seth Morris.

The New York Times
"A Host of Women Put Their Stamp On 'SNL' Comedy"
On the memorable hosting turns of Melissa McCarthy, Emma Stone, Anna Faris, and Zooey Deschanel--and the classic female-centric comedy moments that came out of them.

The New York Times
"The Roses! The Romance! The Roasts!"
On the gleeful cottage comedy industry inspired by ABC's "The Bachelor."

The New York Times
"Sophomoric Humor? Bring It On!"
On the Skidmore College National College Comedy Festival, an event that spawned the likes of TJ Miller and Jason Mantzoukas.

The New York Times
"A Taste For Tidbits Best Served Cold"
A Q+A with Gabriel Mann, star of ABC's "Revenge."

The New York Times
"Tweet-Up Comedy"
On the ways comedy writers up and down the Hollywood food chain use Twitter as a tool.

The New York Times
"Winning the Post-'Friends' Sweepstakes"
On ABC's comeback-kid sitcom "Happy Endings."

The New York Times
"Remixing Trivia With Music Videos"
On VH1's revival of the classic program "Pop-Up Video."

The New York Times
"A Comedic Springboard to Riff and Experiment"
On "Sweet," the East Village comedy hangout show of industry greats and new standups.

Philadelphia Magazine
"The Disneyland of Family Farms"
On Linvilla Orchards, the tech-savvy family farm catering to the Main Line's mommy elite.

The New York Times
"Tossing The Bouquet Out of the Genre"
On the making of the Judd Apatow/Paul Feig/Kristen Wiig comedy "Bridesmaids."

The New York Times
"Just Like the Good Old Days in the Ring"
On filmmaker Tom McCarthy's high school wrestling experiences.

The New York Times
"How I Met Your City, the Real One"
On actor and director Josh Radnor ("How I Met Your Mother," "happythankyoumoreplease").

The New York Times
"Growing Older Isn't the Same As Growing Up"
On Topher Grace's film "Take Me Home Tonight" and one-night movies.

The New York Times
"D'ja Hear the One About the Guy From Rochester?"
On comedy company Second City's custom-to-your-town shows.

The New York Times
"Superman Enters a Phone Booth, Exits a Producer"
On "Smallville" star Tom Welling's first foray into producing.

The New York Times
"At TBS, Diversity Pays Its Own Way"
On the orginal programming strategy of cable channel TBS.

The New York Times
"His Day Job Subsidizes All That Other Stuff"
On the comedian Donald Glover ("Community").

The New York Times
"Wedding Plan: Jump a Broom Or Eat Goat?"
On the America Ferrera film "Our Family Wedding," a diversified twist on the wedding comedy.

The New York Times
"Once More Around the Sandbox"
On the NBC series "Parenthood."

The New York Times
"Jay Leno's Comic Youth Brigade"
On the offbeat comedic talents rounding out "The Jay Leno Show."

The New York Times
"Reinventing TV As Viewers Reinvent Life"
On the first fall TV season following the economic crash of 2008.

Marie Claire
"Attack of the Bridesmaidzillas"
On the rise of wedding-party drama.

Condé Nast Portfolio
"Mass Media"
A Q+A with Tucker CarlsonArianna Huffington, and the rest of the pundits featured in the film "Swing Vote."

Condé Nast Portfolio
"Perelman Sees Gates, Buffett as Role Models"
A Q+A with billionaire and philanthropist Ron Perelman.

 Condé Nast Portfolio
"Amazing Feet"
On the Olympics-opening Shen Wei Dance Company.

Condé Nast Portfolio
"'Sex And The City': the Smackdown"
On the post-series careers of the 'SATC' principals.

The Wall Street Journal (Speakeasy)

"The Sneak Attack Feminism of 'Broad City'"

The Wall Street Journal (Speakeasy)
"'Seinfeld' Returns... As a Web Series"

The Wall Street Journal (Speakeasy)
"'Funny or Die Presents' Debuts on HBO"

The Wall Street Journal (Speakeasy)
"'Ramona and Beezus' Director Elizabeth Allen on Adapting Beverly Cleary's Classic"

The Wall Street Journal (Speakeasy)
"'The Good Guys' Star Nia Vardalos on Bradley Whitford's 'Stache'"

The Wall Street Journal (Speakeasy)
"'The Last Song' Tests Miley Cyrus, Nicholas Sparks' Box Office Appeal"

The Wall Street Journal (Speakeasy)
"Making the Transition from Second City to 'Saturday Night Live': Alums Sound Off"

The Wall Street Journal (Speakeasy)
"Second City Alums on the Evolution of Diversity in Comedy"

Portfolio.com
"'Crash' Course"
On Starz's series adaptation of the Oscar-winning film.

Portfolio.com
"Priceless Victories"
On the endorsement potential of Olympic breakouts from tiny countries.

Portfolio.com
"'T.R.L.,' R.I.P"
On the finale of the MTV series "T.R.L." and the fate of the music video.

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