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Life in the Pop Lane

Stewart gains popularity, but is he losing his edge?

By Renée Graham
Globe Staff / August 31, 2004

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Looking like a smart-alecky student in the principal's office, fake anchorman Jon Stewart sat across from real anchorman Ted Koppel at last month's Democratic National Convention in Boston as the veteran newsman tried to decipher why "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart" had become a popular source for news, especially among young people. (Full Article: 814 Words)

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