Trevor Noah on late-night's future: "There will always be content. I think when we consume content will change"
In a "Between the Scenes" video, The Daily Show host was asked about late-night's future in five years. Noah said there will always be demand for content, but content will change, pointing out that Shakespeare was essentially TV long before there was TV.
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