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Sunday, March 21, 2004
Stewart renews 'Daily Show' contract
Friday, March 19
NEW YORK, Mar 19, 2004 (United Press International via COMTEX) -- Comedian Jon Stewart will continue hosting "The Daily Show," his New York-based mock TV news program, for at least four more years.
Stewart has signed a contract to stay on the Comedy Central show [to] 2008, the New York Daily News reported [on] Friday ...
Stewart has opted to continue poking fun of newsmakers, and interviewing politicians and celebrities on a show that he executive produces and has made his own.

Stewart, whose photo recently graced the cover of Newsweek, took over "The Daily Show" anchor position in 1998 after Craig Kilborn left to replace Tom Snyder on CBS' "Late Late Show."
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