KPCC/Southern California Public Radio
(READ/LISTEN): Jokes aside, Asian-American comedians serious about visibility. Dec 2016.
(Read/Watch): If You Can’t Beat Them, Laugh at Them: How Asian America Responded to Hollywood in 2016
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Southern California Public Radio (SCPR) KPCC 89.3 FM (link)
The Daily Dot (link)
Paste Magazine (link)
Eater LA (link)
Los Angeles Times
(READ): Disoriented Comedy was featured in the print and digital edition of the LA Times in August 2016 about their work and why Jenny started The Comedy Comedy Festival: A Comedy Festival.
(READ): Black Twitter Turns The Golden Globes' Constant #HiddenFences Flub Into #GoldenGlobeErrors
The Seattle Globalist
(READ): Jenny Yang and Ijeoma Oluo talk about Peter Liang and racial justice.
(READ): As one of ten recipients of The White House Champions of Change for Art and Storytelling award, Jenny was featured in this conversation with LA Times' Dexter Thomas and two of the other Los Angeles-area "Champs." "Three Asian American leaders talk about what got them to the White House"
The White House: President Barack Obama
(READ): AAPI Heritage Month Recap: Champions for Art and Storytelling. MAY 24, 2016.
(READ): Jenny was profiled on the UK news platform after the success of the first-annual The Comedy Comedy Festival: A Comedy Festival that she produced. Margaret Cho was a featured surprise performer at the festival.
KPCC / Southern California Public Radio
(READ/LISTEN): Jenny and her good friend and comedian Keiko Agena (Gilmore Girls) talk to John Horn of 89.9FM KPCC's entertainment news show "The Frame" to discuss the need to showcase Asian American comedic talent and promote the first-annual "Comedy Comedy Festival: A Comedy Festival."
(READ): Jenny has been dubbed one of Los Angeles' "most fascinating people" in the annual Los Angeles Weekly 2015 People issue. "Politically-charged comedian: Jenny Yang doesn't care if she comes off as respectable."
(READ/VIDEO): Jenny is featured in this online profile and video for the "Off Color" series on NBC News. "Off Color: What's A 'Good Asian' Like Jenny Yang Doing on Stage?"