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Why Fewer New Comedians Are Getting Network Deals–And That’s A Good Thing

It’s been over a month since the world’s biggest comedy festival gave the brightest up-and-coming comics a giant platform–but network execs remain gun-shy. It’s been a little over a month since the largest comedy festival in the world closed out its 35th annual event that brought together some of the biggest names in the industry for sets and panel discussions, as well as provide a major platform for the next generation of comedians.
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