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Mock News Flourishing Online

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Mock News Flourishing Online

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Mock News Flourishing Online

Mock News Flourishing Online

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Comedic news is becoming a budding cottage industry on the Internet. The Huffington Post, Politico, and The Onion all have video components now — some of the which is as polished as what you'd find on Comedy Central. With the writers strike in full force, and programs like The Daily Show on hold, maybe the online shows can fill the void.

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