NBCAs the world watched the biggest break-up since (possibly) Brad and Angelina unfold in slow-motion this month, it would be reasonable to think that the blood between late-night host Conan O'Brien and NBC would be as bad as it gets. The network paid him and his staff nearly $45 million to w ... More >>
Sharon Waxman's The Wrap is reporting that NBC will pay Conan O'Brien to walk away from The Tonight Show and his contract dispute with NBC. Waxman states that NBC executives, including CEO Jeff Zucker, held an all-night negotiating session Thursday to help come to the deal. O'Brien had rejec ... More >>
NBCJay Leno.Jay Leno has struck a deal to get his late-night hour back at 11:35 p.m. on NBC, a move that indicates Conan O'Brien is definitely off the line-up at NBC, according to a report at TMZ. The site states that Leno had been guaranteed an hour under his Jay Leno Show contract for the ... More >>
NBCJeff Zucker.There was a time when publications, mostly of the dead-tree variety, would call for heads of leaders, mostly of the political kind. But in this info-stream era, everyone's an armchair studio chief, and every public figure -- not just the one you voted for -- is game. It was on ... More >>
Does Big Media = Behemoth Media = Bad Media?
This week had surprises for Hollywood
Winner-watching with cynicism and subversion
NBC Universal's Putz Finally Jumps While Being Pushed.
But for Conan? Not So Much.
Letterman, O'Brien and Leno do reality-TV battle.
Hollywood Reporter and its journalist, Bond, frozen out over Obama coverage
The over-the-hill NBC hack should have shuffled off to ABC
Victoria Marks terpsichorean polemic is Not About Iraq
Two major shakeups
Network Wants Ben Silverman to Quit as Soon as Possible
But for some in Hollywood, the joke's on them
... agents Endeavor to change
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Bored writers turn to the art of the insult
The writers want it, the moguls want it... what a bunch of idiots
Spacing out with Ben, Chris, Tom and Tom
NBCs CEO screws up network shakeup
Hollywood starts new year with a bang
Networks throw mad money, but catch only two beauties
The CW Network is the bastard child of The WB and UPN
'Itís a testament to Jay and to his class,' a Leno insider tells NIKKI FINKE
White tigers, white men and white mischief
The Apprenticeís host, like so many big-shot CEOs, is a big, fat fraud
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Who the network should worship for its sweeps month success
Bada-bing or just bad?
Speaking for bruised snakes, slaughtered pigs and bleeding cows