Mark Zuckerberg may be TIME’s Person of the Year, but look who else ‘Mattered’

By Chris Ariens 

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On the “Today” show last Wednesday, TIME editor Richard Stengel announced that Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg as the magazine’s Person of the Year. Here’s an edited clip if you missed it:

But as part of TIME’s Person of the Year coverage, they also have a list of “People who Mattered,” and one tvnewser is on that list:

Glenn Beck: The year 2010 saw Beck pen a politically tinged airport thriller, launch his own online university (featuring such courses as “Presidents You Should Hate”), draw tens of thousands of Tea Party faithful to D.C. for his “Rally to Restore Honor” on August 28, and help motivate a devoted cadre of Obama haters to return control of the House to the Republicans.

Also on the “Mattered” list: John Stewart and Stephen Colbert, Lady Gaga, Sarah Palin and President Obama.