In 2012, after 10 years at Broadway Video, Jennifer Danielson took the keys to the comedy studio's digital kingdom -- Above Average -- as its president and co-founder. With goals of building the new generation comedy destination and talent development pipeline like Broadway Video had done with flagship show "Saturday Night Live," Above Average signed budding talent from YouTube, built original shows with the likes of Hollywood talent like Alec Baldwin, and grew its network to 500,000 subscribers.
Jennifer Danielson has departed the comedy business she founded in 2012. (PC: Getty Images)
Now, 5 years later, Danielson (pictured) is giving Above Average and its new CEO Marc Hustvedt the middle finger, with a new title and a new gig, at a...
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