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Is Jon Stewart the Most Trusted Man in America? Jon Stewart of ‘The Daily Show’ Takes On Fox News. [2010] Jon Stewart vs. Bill O'Reilly: Did O'Reilly win the bout on poin. It was the big showdown, the media equivalent of Ali vs.

[2010] Jon Stewart vs. Bill O'Reilly: Did O'Reilly win the bout on poin

Frazier, Tyson vs. Spinks or Louis vs. Schmeling. Jon Stewart went into Big Poppa Bear's den last night for a media heavyweight bout with Fox News' Bill O'Reilly, a brawny meeting of two of our most celebrated media giants that felt so much like a boxing match that at one point, when O'Reilly reached out with one of his long arms, pointing a finger at his adversary, Stewart recoiled, practically curling up in a ball, saying "God, you've got Ali's reach!

" Most of the time, these much-vaunted clash of the titans feel anti-climactic, so I can't say I entirely agree with Time's James Poniewozik, who writing on his blog this morning, called the exchange "one of the best debates about media and politics in general, and Fox News in particular, that I've seen on TV in a while. " But hey -- if I'm calling this a heavyweight bout, then you just want to know who won, right? [2011] Jon Stewart and Bill O'Reilly Talk It Out. Jon Stewart Daily Show by Brian Williams – Influencers - Newswee. Jon Stewart continues to break stories the "real" media can't. Earlier this year, I wrote a post about "fake newscaster"/comedian Jon Stewart and his epic "Daily Show" takedown of bogus business reporting and misleading hype on the business news channel CNBC , and I wondered why it took someone like Stewart to report what the mainstream media seemed unable or unwilling to tackle.

I said there were valuable lessons for traditional, so-called "serious" media in Stewart's brand of -- dare I say it -- journalism. I advised my newsroom colleagues: Tear down this wall...of pretending that the media itself isn't a major player in American society, and isn't a factor in most big stories. Sure, there were greedy bankers and their pocketed politicians working in unintended tandem to take the Dow from 14,000 down to 6,600, but these popular TV pundits were there every step of the way, as "The Daily Show" revealed, and their contribution was consequential. Jon Stewart , the host of “The Daily Show,” presented excerpts from a segment of Mr. A lot. Jon Stewart. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre.

Jon Stewart

Pour les articles homonymes, voir Stewart. Jon Stewart, né le à New York, est un animateur de télévision, humoriste et satiriste américain. Il présente The Daily Show, une parodie de journal télévisé. Grâce à la popularité de cette émission, Stewart a gagné la réputation de « nom le plus respectable de la fausse-information », notamment par sa critique acerbe des médias d'information établis.

Stewart a commencé sa carrière comme comique de stand-up à New York, puis passe rapidement à la télévision. Jon Stewart interview on Oprah Part 1. Jon Stewart interview on Oprah Part 2. Jon Stewart interview on Oprah Part 3. Jon Stewart biography 1. Jon Stewart Biography 2. Jon Stewart Biography 3. Jon Stewart Biography 4. Jon Stewart Biography 5.