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C-Span Wants Colbert Off YouTube

You'd think it was good publicity. But C-Span wants the infamous Steve Colbert performance at the Correspondents Dinner, which is getting huge internet traffic, taken off YouTube and iFilm. ASAP.

ADD: Here's C-Span's statement.


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