Social media websites, like Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn, are quickly become must-have communication channels for everyone. Small businesses, big businesses, individuals, you name it - updating statuses and tweeting updates is the new way to connect to friends and colleagues.
And for talk show hosts, it's a way to easily and creatively connect with fans. If you're on social media and want to find your favorite late night talk show hosts and shows on social, here's a list to help you get started:
Getty Images. Photo by Frederick M. Brown
You can find Chelsea Handler on Twitter at @chelseahandler. She has 5 million followers and tweets regularly. Over on Facebook, with 2 million subscribers, Handler is just as active, sharing pictures and updates. Find here here.
Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images
Both Charlie Rose and The Charlie Rose show tweet (at @charlierose and @charlieroseshow, respectively). Rose has about 36,000 followers.
Alex Wong/Getty Images
You can find Stephen Colbert on Twitter at @stephenathome. Colbert clocks in 4 million followers at tweets far more one liners and silliness than show updates and plugs. For example: "I've been waiting by the phone all day, but still no call from Donald Trump."
O'Brien is a one-liner tweeter, too. You can find him at @conanobrien. O'Brien has nearly 7 million followers. You won't find Conan, but you will find Team Coco
. Coco keeps its 1.9 million fans up to date on the show.
Frazer Harrison/Getty Images
Stewart isn't personally on Twitter, but you will find The Daily Show
at @TheDailyShow. The program has 1 million followers. You can also find The Daily Show
on Facebook at this link
A mustachioed Jimmy Kimmel tweets at @jimmykimmel. The late night talk show host has 1.8 million followers. His tweets are a mix of show plugs and observational humor. Over on Facebook, Kimmel's presence is all about the show
Daly tweets at @CarsonDaly. His nearly 200,000 followers get a personal look into what Daly's thinking. His tweets are pretty personal.
Kevin Winter/Getty Images
Find Craig Ferguson at @CraigyFerg on Twitter. He has 1.4 million fans who enjoy absurd and wonderful tweets like, "Took a nap and dreamed I was US cultural attaché to Canada." About 247 fans tune in to see read the status updates on the Late Late Show's Facebook page
host Jimmy Fallon tweets at @jimmyfallon. Super popular because of his frequent and personal tweets about his life and behind-the-scenes at the show, Fallon has 6.8 million followers. Jimmy Fallon's Facebook page
reads a lot like his personal page (not that I've read his personal page). He has 645 thousand subscribers who pick up on his status updates.
Bryan Bedder/Getty Images
Fans of David Letterman might be surprised to learn he doesn't tweet. Or maybe they won't. But the show does maintain a robust Facebook page
, keeping its 371 thousand fans locked in to what its up to.