Report: Viacom Loses $350M In Value After Stock Drops Day After Stewart Announces He’s Leaving ‘Daily Show’
Viacom reportedly lost hundreds of millions of dollars the day after Jon Stewart announced he was leaving Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show.”
Comedy Central is mulling a “short list” of replacements for “Daily Show” host Jon Stewart, a decision that could affect how much influence the show has on the 2016 presidential campaign.
This week, an acclaimed rapper wasn’t pleased with a GRAMMY decision and a late night staple will be looking for a new host soon.
The official after-party for the Grammy Awards was a tribute concert for Stevie Wonder, airing Monday, Feb. 16th.
Jon Stewart, who turned his combination of biting and free-wheeling humor into an unlikely source of news and analysis for viewers of “The Daily Show,” said he’s leaving as host this year.
A law professor warns that the erotic thriller “50 Shades of Grey” can unleash a sex addiction among movie-goers.
NBC announced Tuesday that it is suspending Brian Williams as “Nightly News” anchor and managing editor for six months without pay for misleading the public about his experiences covering the Iraq War.
The question of who can replace Jon Stewart on “The Daily Show” seems roughly akin to asking his fans what might serve for the sun.
NBC Nightly News anchor has been hounded with questions about his credibility after he admitted to exaggerating a story of being fired at while in a military helicopter in Iraq in 2003.
Comedy Central says the long-time host of the news parody show will step down later this year.