Youssef became Egypt’s top satirist thanks to his online, and later TV, show that poked fun at Egyptian politics after the Arab Spring
In the near future, Albasheer intends to add theatrical flourishes to a his show – a feature once employed by his Egyptian counterpart Bassem Yousef
The 52-year-old Stewart will initially work on digital shorts, with other projects to be announced as they are confirmed
Stewart, whose show began in 1999, emerged as a liberal conscience and scourge of conservatives through his biting criticism of politicians
The comedian has played 'an influential and iconic role in covering U.S. politics and media
The 52-year-old satirist announced last winter that he was getting restless and that it was time to move on
Heartbroken fans are wishing Jon Stewart a "jonvoyage" while U.S. presidential candidates breathe a sigh of relief
Jon Stewart is leaving what he has called “the most perfect job in the world” after 16 years.
Noah was announced as Jon Stewart’s successor Monday
Comedy Central did not immediately respond to a request for comment
Noah, 31, was selected because he is an ‘enormous talent’ and is ‘wickedly funny’
Stewart said he had no specific plans for his next career move
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'The Daily Show; averages slightly more than 1 million viewers a night, a much smaller audience than his late-night competition
On the same episode, Stewart criticized the attention paid by American news outlets to Obama’s salute, suggesting that there were more pressing issues
Some journalists defend their journalistic bias toward Israel, but the truth will prevail
Observers hailed Stewart mocking the inability to criticize Israel in a media environment generally sensitive to the topic
U.S. comedian Jon Stewart has come under fire recently for a sketch in which he commented on the escalation of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. ...
Jon Stewart dedicated a segment of his show to blow the whistle on the U.S. media coverage of the crisis
American comedian Jon Stewart’s take on the current escalation in Gaza is going viral on social media. The show host begins his bit by saying ...
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Somewhere in the middle of Manhattan in New York, before entering the studio, I sat on my chair in the room allocated for guests. I was waiting my ...
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