Jon Stewart is really, really funny when he makes fun of journalism. In "The Daily Show's" parody of the broadcast and cable news product, the show's writers and producers skewer not only the gloss, polish and stilted tone, but also the editorial decisions.
But it isn't just TV. The Onion is really, really funny. It makes fun of print journalism, and it does it with such brilliance that journalists love it.
Broadcasting & Cable's Marisa Guthrie talks to Sean Hannity about his upcoming new show, but also about Jon Stewart's tribute to Alan Colmes on last night's Daily Show. "I was actually thinking of Jon [Stewart] as a co-host but I ne... Read Post
This week in late-night comedy, Jon Stewart skewered the media while Harrison Ford and Kirstie Alley got even. Best Takedown: On The Daily Show, Jon Stewart took aim at regular target Fox News, this time for taking great pains to di... Read Post