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 The Daily Show - TV.com
The Daily Show provides a comedic view of the news and political world, complete with segments by "correspondents" and interviews with guest celebrities and politicians.
In Canada, The Daily Show airs weeknights at midnight on CTV, and Monday to Thursday at 11pm ET on The Comedy Network.', ' The Daily Show provides a comedic view of the news and political world, complete with segments by "correspondents" and interviews with guest celebrities and politicians.
The Daily Show become gold when Jon Stewart began hosting and his commentary on the events of the day have made Jon an Emmy and Peabody winning comedian, producer, and writer.
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 Cavenger - The Daily Show
The Daily Show (currently The Daily Show with Jon Stewart) is a Peabody and Emmy-winning half-hour American satirical news television program produced by and run on the Comedy Central cable television network.
The show also took advantage of its visual medium, littering episodes with small touches like in-screen images labeled with their own gags, and presenting absurd bits of trivia coming back and going into commercials.
Each show was capped off with a segment called "A Moment of Zen" that often showed random video clips of humorous and sometimes morbid interest such as a snake charmer pulling a snake out of his throat via his nostril.
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 The Daily Show w/ Jon Stewart RPS
Any mention of 'The Daily Show', 'The Colbert Report', 'Viacom', any associated entities, or any copyrighted material pertaining therein is reasonably protected by the Fair Use Rule of the United States Copyright Act of 1976 and is not intended to infringe upon any copyrighted material.
Any mention of 'The Daily Show', 'The Colbert Report', 'Viacom', any associated entites, or any copyrighted material pertaining therein is reasonably protected by the Fair Use Rule of the United States Copyright Act of 1976 and is not intended to infringe upon any copyrighted material.
I did go to The Daily Show last week and before the pass-off where Jon and Stephen talk via satellite they were talking about getting together to collaborate on something "next week"....so this must have been the day they did it.
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 the show with zefrank ::archive
produced monday through friday for one year, "the show with zefrank" was a short video program and podcast by ze frank.
the show was a conversation between the host and the viewers of the program, called sportsracers.
the show began with the march 17, 2006 episode and ended exactly one year later.
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 CNN.com - 'Daily Show' viewers ace political quiz - Sep 29, 2004
On top of that, "Daily Show" viewers know more about election issues than people who regularly read newspapers or watch television news, according to the National Annenberg Election Survey.
"Daily Show" viewers are 78 percent more likely than the average adult to have four or more years of college education, while O'Reilly's audience is only 24 percent more likely to have that much schooling.
Plus, the network noted, "Daily Show" viewers are 26 percent more likely to have a household income more than $100,000, while O'Reilly's audience is only 11 percent more likely to make that much money.
www.cnn.com /2004/SHOWBIZ/TV/09/28/comedy.politics   (499 words)

  
 Why it's pointless to watch The Daily Show live. - By Dana Stevens - Slate Magazine
The Daily Show may be the canary in the coal mine of this strike, the first place the writers' absence will be keenly felt by viewers.
Clips of the show were consistently among the most-viewed on YouTube (at least as far as commercially produced content goes—it's part of YouTube's charm that nothing the entertainment industry has produced can top a minute and a half of a Swedish baby laughing).
When The Daily Show does come back (please Lord, let it be before Super Tuesday), I may well start watching even new episodes this way: at my desk in the morning, instead of on the couch at 11 o'clock at night.
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 CNN.com - Young America's news source: Jon Stewart - Mar. 2, 2004
The people at "The Daily Show" ridicule the idea of people looking to their show as a primary news source.
Pew confirmed that; its survey showed that people who regularly learned news from the comedy shows were less likely to know basic facts of the campaign.
Vernon's companion at "The Daily Show" taping, 25-year-old graduate student Yvgeni Sverdlov, may be a typical young news consumer.
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 Media Matters - The Daily Show 's Stewart responds to O'Reilly's misleading attack
Summary: Daily Show host Jon Stewart took Bill O'Reilly to task for his misleading use of a year-old Daily Show clip (noted December 6 by Media Matters for America) to demonstrate what O'Reilly claims to be an ongoing "war on Christmas."
On the December 7 edition of Comedy Central's The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, host Jon Stewart took Fox News' Bill O'Reilly to task for his misleading use of a Daily Show clip (documented by The Brad Blog weblog here and by Media Matters for America here).
During the December 2 broadcasts of O'Reilly's Fox News talk show The O'Reilly Factor and his Fox News radio show The Radio Factor with Bill O'Reilly, O'Reilly used a year-old video clip from The Daily Show to demonstrate what he claims is an ongoing "war on Christmas" by secular forces.
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 The Daily Show with John Stewart
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart is, perhaps, the most important television show ever, with the most important guests, hosts, and news – current event news, pop culture news, sports news, entertainment news -- of all time.
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart reflects on the events of the day "Comedy Central style" as the host of this nightly half-hour news series.
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart airs weeknights at 11 PM on Comedy Central.
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 It's no joke: IU study finds The Daily Show with Jon Stewart to be as substantive as network news: IU News Room: ...
While much has been written in the media about The Daily Show's impact, Fox's study is the first scholarly effort to systematically examine how the comedy program compares to traditional television news as sources of political information.
The study, "No Joke: A Comparison of Substance in The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and Broadcast Network Television Coverage of the 2004 Presidential Election Campaign," will be published next summer by the Journal of Broadcast and Electronic Media, published by the Broadcast Education Association.
Given the growing number of young voters who say they look to The Daily Show to meet their political information needs, Fox thought it was important to see whether the program did so.
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 'The Daily Show with Jon Stewart' Presents 'Evolution Schmevolution: A Daily Show Special Report' Airing Nightly From ...
"The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" will gather together all the experts (or at least those who will talk to them), travel to the places that matter in the debate (basic cable budget permitting) and ultimately settle the controversy once and for all.
The Emmy and Peabody Award-winning "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" was launched in the summer of 1996.
Jon Stewart and Ben Karlin are the executive producers of "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" with Stewart Bailey and Kahane Corn serving as the co- executive producers.
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 The Daily Show is as substantive as the "real" news
The Daily Show is much funnier than traditional newscasts, but a new study from Indiana University says it has the same amount of meat on its bones when it comes to coverage of the news.
Individual broadcasts of the nightly news and corresponding episodes of The Daily Show were analyzed by the researchers, who found that the "average amounts of video and audio substance in the broadcast network news stories" were no different from The Daily Show.
And The Daily Show was much funnier, with less of the hype—references to photo ops, political endorsements, and polls—that typically overshadows substantive coverage on network news, according to the study.
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 The ‘Daily Show’ effect: Fake journalism, real consequences - More news and other features- msnbc.com
Andy Tomko, a motivational speaker, knew what was coming when “Daily Show” correspondent Samantha Bee took on his anti-bullying campaign.
One national news outlet (OK, it was us) even abandoned a report it was preparing on an evangelical Christian group that wants to take over South Carolina, after a “Daily Show” report turned the organization, for a while, at least, into an object of ridicule.
Unfortunately, everyday folks like you aren’t highly trained comedic technicians, so the show has to labor harder and longer to work around the sometimes painful attempts by its subjects to play along.
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 The Daily Show With Jon Stewart - Series Overview - MSN TV
Description:According to the show's official site: "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart is the most important television show ever, with the most important guests, hosts, and news - current event news, pop culture news, sports news, entertainment news -- of all time."
Okay, that may be a bit of an overstatement, but 'The Daily Show' is definitely the (intentionally) funniest news broadcast on TV today.
Read more Daily Show's' first lead anchor was Craig Kilborn, who has since made the jump to broadcast TV.
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 Daily Show comes to Ohio State
Jon Stewart wasn't the first host of The Daily Show, but he's certainly the guy who has made the show what it is today.
Since Stewart took over for Craig Kilbourn in 1999, he's doubled the show's viewership and won seven Emmy Awards and two Peabody Awards.
Daily Show episodes airing October 30 through November 2--"Battlefield Ohio: The Daily Show's Midwest Midterm Midtacular"--will be taped at the Drake Union.
www.osu.edu /features/2006/dailyshow   (234 words)

  
 10 Classic Moments From The Daily Show - Uber
The Daily Show is to the news what lube is to condom sex.
Without The Daily Show, the news would be relatively dry, uncomfortable and not nearly as fun as unprotected news.
The Top 3 Daily Show Moments Are Up Next...
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 The Daily Show
The Emmy and Peabody Award-winning The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, from the Comedy Central stable, takes a satirical look at news, trends, pop culture, current events, politics, sports and entertainment with an alternative point of view.
Monday's UK show will feature a round up of the highlights from the previous week, while on Tuesday to Friday nights, the US show from the previous night will be broadcast.
A witty alternative to trawling through newspapers and flicking through 24-hour news services, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart offers an alternative look at the headlines and headline-makers, unburdened by objectivity.
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 This Modern World by Tom Tomorrow
Drudge is reporting that Fox's next reality game show will have the American public voting on a "people's candidate" to run for President in '04.
I mean, in a city like this, it is largely impossible to exist without breaking the rules on pretty much a daily basis.
And by the way, clips of the Daily Show's take on the "Shame on..." business are now available online--high speed here, low speed here.
www.thismodernworld.com /weblog/archive/2002_09_15_bloggera.html   (2996 words)

  
 Daily Show News: "A horrible, horrible day": Jon Stewart on the Virginia Tech Massacre
Covering the number one fake news show, Comedy Central's The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart - Indecision 2004
If things go well I might be showing her my O-face.
www.dailyshownews.com /2007/04/a_horrible_horr.html   (319 words)

  
 Daily Show News | Facebook
Watch clips from The Daily Show inside Facebook and share them with your friends.
Awesome, if I missed the daily show one night, I can get my sum up here.
Daily Show News is a fan blog covering The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.
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