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Viacom yanks free online programming; dispute continues with DirecTVupdated: Thu Jul 12 2012 10:30:00

As the dispute between Viacom and DirecTV continued Wednesday, the conglomerate yanked access to some of its more popular programming that was available free on company websites. Fans can no longer watch full episodes of shows like "SpongeBob Squarepants" and "iCarly" or "Jersey Shore" and "The Daily Show," which is sure to further anger the 20 million DirecTV subscribers who continue to find a dark screen when they change the channel to Viacom-owned nets like Nick, MTV, Comedy Central and VH1.

Daniel Tosh apologizes for rape jokes at comedy clubupdated: Wed Jul 11 2012 10:11:00

Daniel Tosh isn't the sort of comedian who typically apologizes for anything. His hit Comedy Central series "Tosh.0" frequently explores potentially offensive territory with jokes that some would consider misogynistic or racist, and that his fans find hilarious. But it seems Tosh firmly strayed over the line during a recent live appearance.

The rise of the black nerd in pop cultureupdated: Sat Mar 31 2012 10:08:00

Comedians Keegan Michael Key and Jordan Peele, the brains behind the hit Comedy Central sketch show "Key & Peele," joked that President Barack Obama is the idol black nerds have longed for and needed.

'Colbert Report' to resume productionupdated: Sun Feb 19 2012 21:33:00

After an unexplained absence, "The Colbert Report" is expected to resume production on Monday, a spokeswoman for Stephen Colbert said.

'Colbert Report' halts production for unexplained reasonsupdated: Thu Feb 16 2012 21:36:00

Hold the faux breaking news: "The Colbert Report" has suspended production for at least a couple of days.

'Modern Family' casts Kevin Hart as Phil's neighborupdated: Tue Oct 04 2011 13:40:00

What mischief is Phil about to get into now?

Charlie Sheen's Comedy Central Roast: Did it go too far?updated: Tue Sep 20 2011 11:49:00

It's been an interesting year for Charlie Sheen. From getting fired from his gig on "Two and a Half Men" to flooding Twitter with non-sensical ramblings (#winning anyone?), and most recently, appearing on the Emmys to wish his old co-stars good luck, he's had his share of ups and downs. And tonight, he got called out for them.

People.com: Charlie Sheen Gets Roasted on Comedy Centralupdated: Mon Sep 12 2011 18:54:00

John Lovitz, Mike Tyson and others build the actor up, even as they tear him down

Comedians Dave Attell and Jim Norton remember when men were wildupdated: Fri Aug 12 2011 09:42:00

No strangers to late-night debauchery, Dave Attell and Jim Norton have pretty much seen it all. And then some.

Comedian: 'A tranny is the way to go'updated: Fri Aug 12 2011 09:42:00

Dave Attell and Jim Norton discuss Angry Birds, prostitution, and life after hours.

People.com: Charlie Sheen Roast to Air on Comedy Centralupdated: Tue Jul 05 2011 16:51:00

"Nothing will be off-limits," when it comes to teasing the former star of Two and a Half Men

Kristen Schaal: True love for stalkers?updated: Fri May 20 2011 15:48:00

"I would like to tell all the stalkers out there to get a life, and they're never gonna love you. So find someone who will."

Jerry Seinfeld puts his 30 years of comedy onlineupdated: Fri May 06 2011 14:25:00

Jerry Seinfeld has launched a website, which serves as a warehouse for pretty much everything he's ever performed.

People.com: Rebecca Black Takes Back the Internet from Charlie Sheenupdated: Thu Mar 17 2011 14:33:00

The 13-year-old singer's "Friday" racks up more than 11 million views online

SI.com: Philadelphia Flyers (Related Stories)updated: Mon Feb 07 2011 14:47:00

Philadelphia Flyers stories in the SI Vault

Good news, everyone: 'Futurama' is back!updated: Mon Dec 06 2010 17:51:00

Call David X. Cohen a nerd all you like, but never call him a geek. To the co-creator of "Futurama," the term "nerd" is a compliment.

'Futurama' comes to Comedy Centralupdated: Mon Dec 06 2010 17:51:00

"Futurama" premieres its new season on a new network, Comedy Central, on Thursday, June 24.

People.com: Jon Stewart Named Most Influential Man of 2010updated: Wed Oct 27 2010 12:33:00

The Comedy Central host came in ahead of President Barack Obama in the poll

Terror suspect pleads guilty in threat against 'South Park' creatorsupdated: Wed Oct 20 2010 20:13:00

An American-born man accused of posting an online attack against the creators of the animated TV series "South Park" due to a depiction of the Prophet Mohammed agreed to plead guilty Wednesday to providing material support to terrorists and other charges.

People.com: The Daily Show's John Oliver Is Engagedupdated: Mon Oct 04 2010 11:51:00

The funnyman popped the question to Iraq War vet Kate Norley over the summer

People.com: Comedian Greg Giraldo Dies at 44updated: Thu Sep 30 2010 13:28:00

The Comedy Central fixture accidentally overdosed on prescription pills

S. African paper publishes Mohammed cartoonupdated: Fri May 21 2010 13:14:00

Once again, a cartoon of the Prophet Mohammed has sparked anger and controversy.

Pakistan blocks YouTube, Facebook over 'sacrilegious content'updated: Thu May 20 2010 21:50:00

Pakistan on Thursday blocked access to YouTube -- a day after it shut down the social networking site Facebook -- in response to an online group calling on people to draw the Prophet Mohammed.

Pakistan shuts down Facebook over 'Draw Mohammed Day'updated: Thu May 20 2010 14:55:00

Pakistan is blocking access to Facebook in response to an online group calling on people to draw the Prophet Mohammed, officials said Wednesday.

People.com: Brad Pitt and Jim Carrey (and More) Score Webby Awardsupdated: Tue May 04 2010 13:09:00

Pitt's activism site and Carrey's chatter with fans are among those recognized by the annual Webby Awards

No-name radicals vs. 'South Park' just a distractionupdated: Mon Apr 26 2010 18:25:00

Free speech issues and portrayals of Islam needlessly stirred a hornet's nest recently when "South Park" depicted the Prophet Mohammed disguised in a bear suit in the 200th episode of the popular Comedy Central TV show.

Islamic website vs. 'South Park'updated: Thu Apr 22 2010 19:11:00

A radical Islamic website warns the creators of "South Park" after the Prophet Mohammed was featured on the show.

Islamic group: 'South Park' post a call to protest, not violenceupdated: Wed Apr 21 2010 11:37:00

A radical Islamic website says despite a provocative post -- warning the creators of "South Park" that they risk violent retribution for depicting the Prophet Mohammed in a bear suit -- the site is calling simply for protest, not violence.

CNNMoney: IdeaPaint all over your office wallsupdated: Mon Mar 08 2010 05:45:00

In 2002, a group of Babson College entrepreneurship students ran out of room on their whiteboard. They had spent hours brainstorming new business possibilities, and the sudden space crunch threatened to cramp their creativity.

People.com: Sarah Silverman Dating a Guy Who's Not Her Type at Allupdated: Mon Feb 08 2010 14:39:00

The comedian says she's happy to have found Alec Sulkin - not least because he says she looks pretty!

Hometown's honor for Glenn Beck spurs controversyupdated: Fri Sep 11 2009 12:31:00

The mayor of Mount Vernon, Washington, thought his plan seemed simple enough: honor a local citizen who progressed from humble roots to national stardom.

Shuttle Discovery blasts off to space stationupdated: Mon Aug 31 2009 11:06:00

Space shuttle Discovery launched just before midnight Friday on a mission to the international space station.

Discovery launchesupdated: Mon Aug 31 2009 11:06:00

CNN's John Zarrella talks with NASA astronaut Cady Coleman about the launch of shuttle Discovery.

Discovery launch put off until late Fridayupdated: Fri Aug 28 2009 02:31:00

NASA has reset the launch of space shuttle Discovery for just before midnight Friday after engineers determined a hydrogen fuel valve that raised concerns earlier this week was working properly.

Discovery launch postponed againupdated: Wed Aug 26 2009 00:10:00

NASA could try to launch the space shuttle Discovery early Friday after bad weather and a mechanical issue delayed two launch attempts Tuesday, the space agency said.

Discovery set to launch next week for space stationupdated: Wed Aug 19 2009 21:17:00

Space shuttle Discovery is set to launch next week on a mission to the international space station, NASA's Flight Readiness Review team said Wednesday.

People.com: Joan Rivers Responds to Roastmaster Kathy Griffin: Drop Dead!updated: Tue Aug 04 2009 07:27:00

The comedian jokes about her Comedy Central roast - and dishes about her reality show

Michael Ian Black's theories of comedyupdated: Tue Jul 21 2009 11:48:00

Michael Ian Black has a fine sense of the absurd.

'Michael and Michael Have Issues'updated: Tue Jul 21 2009 11:48:00

Actor, writer and comedian Michael Ian Black shares the stories behind his new half-hour comedy series.

In Iraq, Colbert gets military haircut to show his solidarityupdated: Mon Jun 08 2009 20:23:00

Stephen Colbert left no doubt about his solidarity with American troops when he taped the first of four Comedy Central shows he'll produce in Iraq this week.

Cable tussle threatens viewers' favoritesupdated: Wed Dec 31 2008 14:48:00

Can you live without "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" and "The Hills"?

People.com: Sarah Silverman & Jimmy Kimmel Poke Fun at Their Break Upupdated: Sat Nov 01 2008 12:39:00

"Did you make sweet love to anyone while we were apart," the comic asks the talk show host

Fortune: How Hulu became the season's hitupdated: Fri Oct 31 2008 07:12:00

Saturday Night Live isn't the only brand boosted by Tina Fey's Sarah Palin routines. If you're one of the millions who's watched those skits online within a week of their original broadcast, chances are you've seen them at Hulu.com. It's a big moment for the free video site.

Fortune: Lime Wire signs Lewis Black's record labelupdated: Wed Oct 29 2008 06:19:00

The world's biggest record companies would love to shutter Lime Wire. They say the popular file sharing service has built a lucrative business by enticing users to illegally swap the latest hit songs without paying a dime.

People.com: Blake Lively & Penn Badgley Go for Laughs in Pro-Obama Adupdated: Tue Oct 14 2008 12:54:00

The Gossip Girl stars jokingly warn in the campaign commercial of the risks of voting for John McCain

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