Arianna Huffington & Jon Stewart debate the merits of the blogging revolution.

Via on Dec 6, 2008

Suddenly, anyone and everyone—from the rich and famous to the down and out—can self-publish and distribute for free, and instantly. So why won’t Jon Stewart agree to blog for Arianna’s Huffington Post, one of the biggest and most influential (and liberal-leaning, as opposed to the Drudge Report) news blogs in the world? Jon and Arianna talk it over—both back stage in these videos and on The Daily Show stage.

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One Response to “Arianna Huffington & Jon Stewart debate the merits of the blogging revolution.”

  1. Jon Stewart says that he has a TV show to use to share his thoughts. Blogging would let his audience join in with their comments and more. People enjoy having a way to be a part of the show. Viva la revolucion!

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