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    Through a savvy use of TV, social media, online video - and, of course, satellite radio - Howard Stern has become a cross-generational mainstream powerhouse. His long-time self-coronation as "King of All Media" holds more truth than ever before.
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    "Broad City" co-creators and stars Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson are TV everywhere. Essential to the comedy's hit status is the duo's savvy sense that screened entertainment has the best chance for success when it's a multiplatform affair.