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Comedy Central Will Replace a Full Ad Break Each Month With One of Its Branded Content Series

As Comedy Central continues to ramp up its slate of branded content series, the network has decided to give those new short-form videos a big monthly linear spotlight.

These Were the Hottest TV Shows and Networks of 2016

Life met art in the 2016 TV Hot List. Veep, a political satire about a White House run, was declared Hottest Comedy, but was trumped by the real thing, which […]

Why the Creator of Drunk History Is Obsessed With Bad Crime Reenactments

Specs Name Derek Waters Age 37  Claim to fame Creator and star of Drunk History (Tuesdays at 10:30 p.m. on Comedy Central) Base Los Angeles

Here’s What to Expect From Stephen Colbert’s and Trevor Noah’s Live Election Night Shows

For the past year and a half, the 2016 presidential election has been shaped by the wry observations and biting commentary of late-night hosts like Stephen Colbert, John Oliver, Samantha Bee, Seth Meyers, Trevor Noah and Bill Maher.

Ad of the Day: South Park Drove These Mobile Billboards to Places They Weren’t Wanted

We will never be able to forgive South Park—or thank it enough—for that one time it utterly decimated native advertising in a story arc.

Comedy Central Cancels The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore

The final The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore will air this Thursday, Comedy Central announced.

Jeff Ross Does Drive-By Roastings for Dodge in Comedy Central Branded Spot

Many brands would want to stay clear of comedian Jeff Ross's no-holds-barred roasts for Comedy Central, but not Dodge.

Veep Star Sam Richardson’s New Comedy Central Show Is About Local Ad Guys in Detroit

Specs Name Sam Richardson Age 32

Viacom’s Sales Chief Uses Data to Get to Know Millennials Better

Specs Current gig Head of marketing and partner solutions, Viacom Previous gig Head of sales and marketing, music and entertainment, Viacom Age 52 Snapchat mainchair2323

To Get Its Message to Advertisers, Comedy Central Let Its Stars Crack Jokes

Comedy Central set expectations high for Thursday's upfront presentation by adopting a Donald Trumpesque slogan: "Making upfronts great again." Then the network did just that.