Dobie Maxwell: honest expression

Dobie Maxwell is a comedian and has worked in radio throughout the country. He talks about how the comedy world has changed; how the Internet has affected the entertainment business; if TV helps a career; what Craig Ferguson is like; working at Zanies; how to understand an audience; dealing with hecklers; teaching comedy; his blog and newsletter; his upcoming book about a bank robbery that his former best friend was sent to prison for; working with Rick Kaempfer as a publisher and at WLUP "The Loop"; getting fired; working at 93 QFM in Milwaukee; his family; how his perspective on life changed in the past year; what drives people to be successful; why Rosie O’Donnell is a sweet person; why bookers get mad at him; what he regrets; what now-famous people he hung out with in LA; what he thinks of the radio business; how he first got into radio in Lansing, Michigan; why creative people should have a day job; how comedy is different from radio, and more.

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