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TV Series
    (July 22, 1996- )
    Airs on Comedy Central
    Hosted by Craig Kilborn (1996-1998)
    Hosted by Jon Stewart (1999- )
    Former and current senior correspondents include Samantha Bee, Steve Carell, Stephen Colbert, Rob Corddry, Ed Helms, Bob Wiltfong, Lewis Black, Dave Attell, Mo Rocca, Brian Unger, Stacey Grenrock-Woods and Beth Littleford
    Segments include 'Mark Your Calendar,' 'Ed Helms's Digital Watch,' 'Back in Black,' 'Mess-o-potamia,' 'Great Moments in Punditry,' 'Indecision 2000,' 'Ad Nauseam,' 'Indecision 2004,' 'This Week in God' and 'Moment of Zen'
    Theme is 'Dog on Fire' by Bob Mould
    It started Craig Kilborn's career of being smarmy and unlikable.
    It has started a debate in news circles over whether it is an actual news program or a comedy series.
    Missing out on half the joke, some get their news solely from it.
    They can make jokes about the president jacking off a horse, but they can't make jokes about their sponsors.
    John Edwards announced his candidacy for President on the show.
    It has excessive commercials.
    Real news personalities are jealous of the ratings it garners.
    It makes fun of the stupidity and cheesiness of real news programs.
    It lampoons politicians and their talking points.
    It not only survived a deadly host change, but actually garnered more ratings and awards afterwards.
    It managed to score some pretty big name politicians as guests despite its controversial content.
    Jon Stewart and the writers of the show released the best-selling 'America (The Book)' (2004).
    They have not bought into the hype the media gives them.
    It has a large following among college students and young people.
    It announced a spin-off program 'The Colbert Report' with Steven Colbert (2005).
    It won two Peabody Awards for its 2000 and 2004 presidential election coverage.

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