(OBSERVER) — 2016 is the election, and 2015 is the year, when politicians are communicating with voters in the most creative and unconventional ways.
On television Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert have combined comedy, news and credibility in new and refreshing ways to engage large audiences and excite the interest of big political players. It’s no exaggeration that Mr. Colbert’s many fans are thrilled he has taken the great David Letterman’s place as host of The Late Show on CBS, while Mr. Stewart’s legions of followers eagerly await news of his next big ventures.
Across the landscape of politics, news and entertainment, the revolutionary power of social media is coming into full bloom and transforming politics and culture in real time before our eyes.
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