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Diane talks with a panel of editorial cartoonists about their work: the path to editorial cartooning, their influences and role models, and what a typical work day is like.
- Mike Jenkins editorial cartoonist for the Journal Newspapers in the Washington, DC metropolitan area
- Bob Gorrell syndicated cartoonist based in Richmond, Virginia and content editor for iPipe, an Internet company
- Kevin Kallaugher cartoonist for the Baltimore Sun and the Economist of London
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