The most trusted name in broadcast news is at it again. Reuters reports: Comedy Central has high hopes this year for "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart" because of its coverage plans for the presidential election. "This is the year the show is going to go the next level," said Bill Hilary, executive vp and general manager of Comedy Central, citing the series' "Indecision 2004" campaign. "Daily" will have correspondents in New Hampshire this month for the primaries. The series also will maintain a presence at the Republican and Democratic conventions as well as present a live one-hour election special.