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The Daily Show is an American satirical news television program that critiques politics and the media.
The Daily Show is predominantly a comedy show, but it is well-known for pointed criticism of the news media. The show has been recognized as an influential news media outlet. Stewart has been named one of the U.S.’ most trusted news anchors, and a study has found its coverage to be as substantive as traditional broadcast news. A Pew survey found that its viewers were the best informed of any news outlet’s audience, though an earlier Pew survey had found its viewers were among the least informed.
Frontline is an hourlong documentary series produced by WGBH in Boston and distributed by PBS. Frontline is one of PBS’ flagship national news programs, having won numerous awards since its debut in 1983. The program has sought to expand its digital presence by producing blogs and shorter, quick-turnaround stories on the web. Journalists manage multiple…