Comedy Central Takes ‘Colbert’ Online

Sep 18, 2008  •  Post A Comment

Comedy Central has relaunched ColbertNation.com, a Web hub for its show “The Colbert Report.”
The Web site features more than 2,800 videos dating back to the show’s launch in 2005, as well as a searchable database, an online community and links to Stephen Colbert-related news and gossip on the Internet.
Visitors also can find information about upcoming guests, special events and on-air stunts, as well as updates on Colbert’s life and recent site activity through the “State of the Nation” feature.
“I look forward to more digital escapades from the Nation as Stephen continues to connect with his audience through the new Web site,” Erik Flannigan, executive vice president of digital media for Comedy Central, said in a statement.
The Web site’s relaunch is sponsored by Infiniti and MasterCard.

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