"The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" TV Show on Comedy Central (1999 - Present) --- Jon Stewart hosts this half hour-long satirical news program. Former correspondents include Stephen Colbert, Steve Carrell, Ed Helms, Mo Rocca, Rob Corddry, and John Oliver. Currently, the "Best F#@nora News Team Ever" includes Samantha Bee, Jason Jones, Aasif Mandvi, Al Madrigal, and Jessica Williams. Contributors Lewis Black, John Hodgman, Kristen Schaal, and Larry Wilmore appear on a less-frequent basis.
National Geography Bee: Where Are the Girls
Why do boys and Indian-American boys excel at geography, while girls are nowhere to be found? A closer look at girls and geography in the National Geographic "Geography Bee" hosted by Mo Rocca.
Remember when Mo Rocca was part of Jon Stewart's fake news? He's now a real interviewer on "CBS Sunday Morning." No wonder people take Stewart seriously. Rocca also rocks senior cuisine on the Cooking Channel's "My Grandmother's Ravioli" as he spans the globe to get family recipes.
Here's How Conde Nast and Mo Rocca Are Making Propaganda for Monsanto
Monsanto propaganda--please take the time to check this out if you are at all concerned about genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and their safety, or if you have concerns about the health risks of glyphosate. Monsanto is seeking famous and/or respected actors/actresses and publications to sell America on the virtues of their products.
Mo Rocca, now 46, graduated from Harvard in 1992 and appeared on The Daily Show on Comedy Central from 1998 to 2003. In addition to hosting My Grandmother's Ravioli, he's a correspondent for CBS Sunday Morning and the host of another CBS show, Innovation Nation.
Mo Rocca meets a Broadway musical legend who helps honor classroom legends: teachers whose motivation, toughness and support have changed the lives of their students