"The Daily Show" pokes fun at viral-content creation

A segment from "The Daily Show" takes a satirical look at the phenomenon of viral content and suggests ways for newspapers to turn articles into items that young Internet users are likely to share. "Nowadays, it's not important if a story's real; the only thing that really matters is if people click on it," former Gawker editor Neetzan Zimmerman jokingly says.

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