News satire

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News satire is a type of parody presented in a format typical of mainstream journalism, and called a satire because of its content.wikipedia
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The Daily Show

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In the 2000s, Comedy Central's The Daily Show became an icon of the American political satire genre, as Jon Stewart delved into opinionated political criticism.
The Daily Show is an American late-night talk and news satire television program.

Jon Stewart

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In the 2000s, Comedy Central's The Daily Show became an icon of the American political satire genre, as Jon Stewart delved into opinionated political criticism.
He hosted The Daily Show, a satirical news program on Comedy Central, from 1999 to 2015.

The Colbert Report

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Its spinoff, Stephen Colbert's The Colbert Report, also enjoyed a high level of popularity during its 9-year run.
The Colbert Report is an American late-night talk and news satire television program hosted by Stephen Colbert that aired four days a week on Comedy Central from October 17, 2005, to December 18, 2014, for 1,447 episodes.

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver

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Current American programs known primarily for their news satire include those hosted by former correspondents for The Daily Show (John Oliver's Last Week Tonight, Samantha Bee's Full Frontal, and The Daily Show itself under Trevor Noah's tenure), as well as Bill Maher's Real Time.
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (often abridged as Last Week Tonight) is an American late-night talk and news satire television program hosted by comedian John Oliver.

Full Frontal with Samantha Bee

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Current American programs known primarily for their news satire include those hosted by former correspondents for The Daily Show (John Oliver's Last Week Tonight, Samantha Bee's Full Frontal, and The Daily Show itself under Trevor Noah's tenure), as well as Bill Maher's Real Time.
Full Frontal with Samantha Bee is an American late-night talk and news satire television program that airs on TBS.

Trevor Noah

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Current American programs known primarily for their news satire include those hosted by former correspondents for The Daily Show (John Oliver's Last Week Tonight, Samantha Bee's Full Frontal, and The Daily Show itself under Trevor Noah's tenure), as well as Bill Maher's Real Time.
He is the current host of The Daily Show, an American satirical news program on Comedy Central.

Satire

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News satire is a type of parody presented in a format typical of mainstream journalism, and called a satire because of its content.
News satire is also a very popular form of contemporary satire, appearing in as wide an array of formats as the news media itself: print (e.g. The Onion, Canada News Network, Private Eye), "Not Your Homepage," radio (e.g. On the Hour), television (e.g. The Day Today, The Daily Show, Brass Eye) and the web (e.g. Mindry.in, The Fruit Dish, Scunt News, Faking News, El Koshary Today, The Giant Napkin, Unconfirmed Sources and The Onions website).

The Weekly with Charlie Pickering

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As of 2017, current programs of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation include Shaun Micallef's Mad as Hell and The Weekly with Charlie Pickering.
The Weekly with Charlie Pickering is an Australian news satire series on the ABC.

This Hour Has 22 Minutes

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In Canada, This Hour Has 22 Minutes is an ensemble news satire show with four anchors on CBC.
Launched in 1993 during Canada's 35th general election, the show focuses on Canadian politics with a combination of news parody, sketch comedy and satirical editorials.

This Is That

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CBC Radio One features This Is That, an improvised news satire program which mimics the style of actual CBC Radio public affairs programs.
This is That was a news satire program broadcast on CBC Radio, which aired comedic news stories presented in the style of a real CBC Radio public affairs program.

The Beaverton

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On the Internet, noted satire sites include The Lapine and The Beaverton.
The Beaverton is a primarily online Canadian news satire publication, based in Toronto, Montreal and Whitehorse.

Heute-show

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In Germany, heute-show (ZDF), and formerly Wochenshow (on SAT.1) and Freitag Nacht News (on RTL) are popular news satires on TV.
The heute-show is a German late-night satirical television program airing every Friday evening on public broadcasting channel ZDF.

Rick Mercer Report

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The Rick Mercer Report is a spinoff of 22 Minutes with former anchor Rick Mercer, and is also shown on CBC.
The show's format was similar in some respects to satirical news shows like Mercer's prior series, This Hour Has 22 Minutes.

Faking News

Because interesting stories are often emailed and can quickly become separated from their point of origin, it is not uncommon for news satire stories to be picked up as real by the media, as happened with a Faking News story about a lawsuit against Axe by an Indian man after having failed to attract a girl.
Faking News, originally started as a form of blog, is an Indian news satire website that publishes fake news reports containing satire on politics and society of India.

Stephen Colbert

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Its spinoff, Stephen Colbert's The Colbert Report, also enjoyed a high level of popularity during its 9-year run.

HumorFeed

A plethora of news satire sites participate in a hosted community site, which additionally runs its own satire news feed on HumorFeed.
HumorFeed is a satire and humor news aggregator website founded in 2003 by Bill Doty and Uncle Sharky, who brought together a group of around 20 news satire webmasters.

John Oliver

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Current American programs known primarily for their news satire include those hosted by former correspondents for The Daily Show (John Oliver's Last Week Tonight, Samantha Bee's Full Frontal, and The Daily Show itself under Trevor Noah's tenure), as well as Bill Maher's Real Time.

MBC Masr

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The Egyptian show El Bernameg, hosted by Bassem Youssef (on Capital Broadcast Center 2011-13 and MBC MASR from 2014 on), is modeled on The Daily Show.
In 2014, MBC MASR announced an agreement with comedian Bassem Youssef that it would pick up his news satire show El Bernameg; Youssef had been looking for a new home for his program ever since Capital Broadcast Center dropped the show in November 2013.

Bill Maher

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Current American programs known primarily for their news satire include those hosted by former correspondents for The Daily Show (John Oliver's Last Week Tonight, Samantha Bee's Full Frontal, and The Daily Show itself under Trevor Noah's tenure), as well as Bill Maher's Real Time.

Khabaristan Times

In Pakistan, Khabaristan Times (KT) is a renowned satire and parody website with its commentary on Pakistani politics and the military.
Khabaristan Times (KT) was a Pakistani digital news satire publication, run by journalists Kunwar Khuldune Shahid and Luavut Zahid, who were the brains behind the content.

The Last Leg

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As of 2018, current British news-related programs that have been described as satire include: Have I Got News for You and Mock the Week on the BBC; Channel 4's The Last Leg; ITV's Newzoids; and Dave's Unspun with Matt Forde.

Broken News

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Previous news satire shows in Britain include: The Late Edition with Marcus Brigstocke, on digital station BBC Four, which was heavily influenced by The Daily Show; News Knight with Sir Trevor McDonald, which parodied news differently by using an actual newsreader as the host; and Broken News, which featured several sketches of different news channels blending into each other.

Bassem Youssef

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The Egyptian show El Bernameg, hosted by Bassem Youssef (on Capital Broadcast Center 2011-13 and MBC MASR from 2014 on), is modeled on The Daily Show.

The UnReal Times

Very new websites such as The Scoop Times, Fakekhabar.com, Sunkey.co.in and The UnReal Times also claim to be run by students, and were covered in The Times of India in July 2011.

Parody

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News satire is a type of parody presented in a format typical of mainstream journalism, and called a satire because of its content.