We here at Colbert News Hub are fortunate enough to have a wonderful community, and I have no intentions of putting a stop to the Hub any time soon. But I am curious about how you, the Hubsters, interact and participate within the Colbert Nation. Where do you go to actively participate in the Colbert fandom? And by that I mean, I am interested in your active participation whether it be on websites or social media, as opposed to the simple consuming of articles or videos.
What are your preferences? Do you live Tweet the show and other Colbert events? Do you share visual media on tumblr, Instagram or Pinterest? Do you communicate your interest in the show via Facebook and Google + with close friends and family? Do you prefer the protection of the C-Section Facebook Group? Or dare I say it, are you old school and prefer verbal face-to-face communication with other people from the fandom?
The Shorty Awards honour the best of social media, recognizing the people and organizations producing real-time short form content on across Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, YouTube, Foursquare, and the rest of the social Web.
To nominate ‘Colbert News Hub’ simply follow the instructions on this page [link] and select the category of ‘Fansite’.
To nominate ‘The Colbert Report’ simply follow the instructions on this page [Link] and select the category of ‘TV Show’.
Please be sure to add a note after ‘because …’ to make your vote count!!
‘The Colbert Report’ writers Opus Moreschi, Eric Drysdale, Nate Charny, Michael Brumm, Meredith Scardino, and Aaron Cohen are featured on Episode #115 of the ‘Nerdist Writer’s Panel’ in which they ‘discuss how the show is put together, writing jokes, and just how good Stephen Colbert really is.’
Stick around for the full podcastinterview, No Fact Zone and Colbert News Hub get a nice shout out from the writers around the 45 minute mark.
In what I can only describe as being more stressful than trying to get giant panda’s to mate, getting the Hub back up and running has been one stress filled adventure. After many many hours of tech support help from the ever wonderfully patient Michael, and Jeffery and Christopher from Hostgator tech support, we have managed to iron out the errors caused by the recent WordPress update and get the site back up and running.
There may still be a few errors present, so please bear with us while we continue to check over the site and ensure that all errors, issues and anomalies are addressed. If you come across any problems on your travels around the Hub, please shoot me an email just in case we’re am not aware of that particular issue.
A big thank you to CNHelper for manning the Hub Dash and updating the site throughout our Hubpocolypse. Finally, thank you to everyone for their patience during this period. We have done our best to keep you up-to-date with the latest Colbert news through our social media accounts, but don’t fear we still have plenty of goodies to share with you over the next few days.
For all the tech savvy iPhone loving Hubsters out there, you can now easily access Colbert News Hub on the go by adding a bookmark of our site to the home screen of your iPhones. To accompany this handy new feature, we’ve also added a new web clip icon that appears automatically on your home screen.
To add a bookmark of Colbert News Hub to your iPhone home page:
Open your Safari browser
Go to http://www.colbertnewshub.com
Click on the + icon at the bottom of your screen
Click on the “Add to Home Screen” button
Add to Home Screen
And there you have it! Hub’in on the go!!
** If you have any issues adding our site to your home page, please let us now!!
Come celebrate The Colbert Report‘s nominations for Outstanding Writing, Outstanding Directing, and Outstanding Variety Series this Sunday, September 22nd in our LIVE CNH chat room! We’ll be getting settled in around 6pm EST but feel free to stop by whenever you like! The show starts at 8pm EST on CBS. Drop in during the ceremony to discuss TCR and all of your other favorite nominees! [Facebook event]
Brooklyn based rock band ‘Baba Yaga’ was brought into being with the joining of Morgan Jesse Lapin (drums / vocals), Dave Keen (guitar / violin / vocals) and Zach Rose (bass / guitar / keys / vocals). With influences ranging from Motown, Garage, Surf, Classical and Tribal, the trio self describe their sound as ‘a series of varied tonal qualities performed simultaneously over a succession of percussive slaps and thuds in several assorted time measures and motifs’. In 2012, the trio composed the theme for ‘The Colbert Report’s Hobbit Week’ entitled ‘The Pundit: Or Colbert and Back Again’, and in March 2013 released their self-titled studio album ‘Baba Yaga’.