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CHRISTINE O’DONNELL (DE) CARL PALADINO (NY)
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CBS INTERVIEW SNL PARODY
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21% of those between 18 and 29 regularly learn about news and politics from comedy and entertainment shows. 13% cited late-night talk shows as their regular news sources. Pew Research Center
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The Project for Excellence in Journalism released a content analysis report suggesting that The Daily Show comes close to providing the complete daily news. An Indiana University study compared the information in The Daily Show with prime time network news broadcasts and found little difference in substance.
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The National Annenberg Election Survey at the University of Pennsylvania ran a study of American television viewers and found that viewers of The Daily Show were more educated, followed the news more regularly and were more politically knowledgeable than the general public. The study also showed that Daily Show viewers had more accurate knowledge of the issues in the 2004 presidential election than most others, including individuals who relied on network news shows and newspapers for information.
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This note was uploaded on 02/25/2012 for the course 790 278 taught by Professor Richardlee during the Fall '11 term at Rutgers.

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