Inauguration Offers Brief Pause from TV Bickering

NEW YORK (AP) — The second inauguration of President Barack Obama gave television networks a chance to bask in the majesty of a Washington event that unites Americans of all beliefs and ideologies — at least for a moment. Then it was back to business as usual: the dissemination of widely divergent views on what […]

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Campaigning on the Tube: Republican Adventures in TV Land

NEW YORK — From late-night comedy shows to cable news interviews, free media exposure has proved influential in defining the Republican presidential candidates and setting the dynamics of the primary race, especially for lower-tier hopefuls lacking cash for TV ads. The turn toward free media, and Twitter, too, may have come at the expense of […]

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Jon Stewart On Ron Paul: Where Is The Love?

By John Sellers NEW YORK (TheWrap.com) – On Monday’s edition of “The Daily Show,” Jon Stewart asked the question Ron Paul supporters have been asking for years: Where’s the love? Stewart showed clips of various cable pundits stating that a “top tier” of Republican presidential candidates — Michele Bachmann, Mitt Romney and Rick Perry — […]

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Former Stewart Foe Rick Sanchez Now Defends Him

Former CNN anchor Rick Sanchez still has Jon Stewart on his mind, nearly nine months after Sanchez lost his job after he lashed out at Stewart in a satellite radio interview. In a blog he posted just last week on his personal Web site, Sanchez came to Stewart’s defense in the face of criticism Stewart’s […]

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Jon Stewart Keeps Feud Alive with New Anti-Fox Comments

The feud that will not go away continued Monday night as Jon Stewart responded to Chris Wallace after Wallace reacted to Stewart commenting about him after Wallace interviewed Stewart on Fox News Channel nine days ago. Got that? It’s OK if you don’t – we’ll break it down for you, starting with Monday night’s “Daily […]

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