The Daily Show

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  • The Daily Show On The Congressional Record

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    The Daily Show is on the congressional record. It occurred during a debate on the Blunt Amendment, which would allow employers to decline to provide birth control as part of their health care plans. On February 28th, 2012 California Senator Barbara boxer attempted to quote The Daily Show bid on the floor of the senate. Senator Boxer said: “Jon Stewart took this issue on and said: Well, I’ll tell you something, I love Blunt Amendment because he says I am an employer and I believe that humor is

  • Saturday Night Live 'And The Daily Show'

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    In a “Saturday Night Live” and Comedy Central “The Daily Show” both of the video are part of democracy. These videos are show the satires to show what these people do in their democratic way. In Comedy Central “The Daily Show” it was showing what Koch brothers do with their dark money industry (Democalypse south by south mess: ad of brothers. Video 1:36). And make fun about the company which make us feel like a scam or tricking us. In “Saturday Night Live” the video was a joke about what people will

  • The Good The Bad And The Daily Show Analysis

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    The utilization of The Daily Show In the article, “The Good, the Bad, and The Daily Show”, Jason Zinser, a teacher at the University of North Florida, discusses the coverage of “fake” entertainment news. Zinser effectively argues the different benefits and disadvantages of entertaining news. When reading this article, one can find that Zinser uses emotional appeals to create a sense of intentness to his readers, uses ethical appeals to create trust from his readers, and uses logical appeals to inform

  • The Use Of Satire In Jon Stewart's The Daily Show

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    Stewart addresses topics through his talk show on the Daily Show. He brings up important arguments that are going on in our country and shows how ridiculous they are by his use of humor. Through his political influence and controversial work, Jon Stewart renewed the success of The Daily Show with his unusual use of satire that connected with the younger generation. Before Stewart made his big break on the Daily Show, he was a stand-up comedian doing all shows that he could. This led him to the network

  • Media Journal A Critical Analysis of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart

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    The Daily Show pronounces itself as a fake news program, and it pulls its comedy and satire from current news reports, politicians, media companies, and often, features of the show itself. The show usually begins with an extended monologue from host, Jon Stewart, communicating new headlines and regularly includes discussions with several correspondents, who assume ridiculous or amusingly overstated takes on recent events against Stewart's straightforward character. The concluding segment contains

  • Argumentative Essay About Fake News

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    States due to President Trump’s travel ban!” Is this report fake news? Yes! The Iraqi man’s mother died before Trump ever signed the executive order related to the travel ban. We have become inundated with fake news by many forums. We have comedy shows that produce news parodies of actual events calling themselves fake news. Social media providing 24/7 click bait of fake news. Fake news is now exposing traditional news journalist for their inaccuracies, biases, and half-truths; many now view them

  • Satire and Propaganda Essay

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    propaganda as undermining reason. Propaganda works with the emotions to get a mass to do a certain action. Since propaganda tries to remain hidden, are there any in the world who see it and try to uncover such propaganda? Satirical television and radio shows as well as newspapers challenge the conceptions of which we take for granted and of which are propaganda. How does satire function in relation to propaganda? First, one must define propaganda and since many have done so already, I shall use the

  • Political Satire : Political Humor

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    but also it is found in TV shows such as the Daily Show with Jon Stewart, the Colbert report, and Saturday night live and their fake news segment called “Weekend Update” are prime examples of political satire; they use the current events

  • Jon Stewart Discussion On The Ferguson, Missouri Coverage

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    that I chose for the purpose of this assignment is the Jon Stewart discussion on the Ferguson, Missouri coverage. Here, Jon, the satirist is an arbiter of American political media, and as a media critic, he is also the former television host of The Daily Show which is a satirical news program that airs on Comedy Central. In the video, Jon Stewart critiqued topics revolving around the shooting of teenager Michael Brown by the police. The topics ranged from police brutality, black lives matter, negative

  • Jon Stewart : America 's Politics And Pop Culture

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    In America, Jon Stewart popularized satirical news shows for Generation Y and Millenials, helping bridge the gap between more traditional news outlets like print newspaper and primetime news programming, with a more youthful Comedy Central-produced program that could be accessed on all mediums, including digital and mobile platforms. While in Europe, I was shocked by the amount of young Europeans that new of Jon Stewart and regularly watched his television program online in their home countries.