Which has more substantive political coverage?
Would you believe neither? That’s what a telecommunications professor at Indiana U. found when she analyzed the content of The Daily Show and put it up next to a network newscast. (Card-ial.)
Anyone else find it amusing that the researchers name is Fox?
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“While much has been written in the media about The Daily Show’s impact…”
I’d like to read more about this… anybody have any other good articles about this?
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