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  • Reader feedback April 16: Lunar eclipse, late-night news

    First of four lunar eclipses Skywatchers had the opportunity beginning at 2 a.m. Tuesday to view a "blood moon" — a total lunar eclipse that also happens to be the first of four consecutive total lunar eclipses set to occur through next year....
  • Stephen Colbert to visit 'Late Show With David Letterman' next Tuesday

    Stephen Colbert to visit 'Late Show With David Letterman' next Tuesday
    The announcements have been made and the pundits have commented. Now it's time for America to witness the first public meeting between Stephen Colbert and David Letterman since the announcement was made that Colbert would be taking over CBS' late-night...
  • Stephen Colbert to Usher in Younger Audiences to CBS Latenight

    During this year's Super Bowl telecast, Stephen Colbert held forth in a glitzy commercial, and proved himself to be quite the pistachio salesman. Soon, he'll have a bigger nut to crack. At some point in 2015, Colbert will inherit the desk at CBS' "Late...
  • Stephen Colbert To Visit David Letterman on CBS' 'Late Show'

    In a meeting that could be celebratory or even awkward, Stephen Colbert will meet the man whose duties he is set to assume. Colbert will sit down with David Letterman on his "Late Show" on Tuesday, April 22, according to CBS, which broadcasts the show....
  • Stephen Colbert visits David Letterman

    Stephen Colbert visits David Letterman
    David Letterman will welcome his successor, Stephen Colbert, to the "Late Show" next week. Colbert will be a guest on the Tuesday, April 22, show. Other guests announced for that episode are "Good Morning America" anchor Robin Roberts and musical...
  • NYTVF Beefs Up Partner List for Unscripted Development Awards

    The New York Television Festival has added eight more unscripted development partners for its 10th annual showcase this fall, wherein each partner will offer a development award to independent TV creators from the festival's competitions. Investigation...
  • Bill O'Reilly snarks on Stephen Colbert's new gig

    Papa Bear is angry that his acolyte is leaving, it seems.  On Monday night's edition of "The O'Reilly Factor," a reader wrote in to host Bill O'Reilly commenting on CBS' choice of Stephen Colbert to take over late night from the retiring David...
  • Yahoo In Talks for Comedy '34 and Pregnant' from 'Girls' Scribe Lesley Arfin (EXCLUSIVE)

    Yahoo is considering a series order for "34 and Pregnant," a comedy from Lesley Arfin, a former writer on HBO's "Girls" and MTV's "Awkward." The show is on the shortlist for Yahoo's prospective lineup of big-budget originals, according to multiple...
  • Stephen Colbert to Replace David Letterman on 'Late Show'

    CBS named Stephen Colbert to succeed David Letterman as host of "The Late Show," handing the reins of its flagship latenight program to a cable host who has found success in attracting young male viewers by playing a character, rather than himself....
  • YouTube, Once TV's Enemy, Tries to Show How It Drives Viewers to TV Shows

    In its early days, YouTube was met with hostility from TV networks. Viacom, for one, alleged in its $1 billion copyright-infringement lawsuit that the video-sharing site was making money from illegal uploads of its most popular content. Now the seven-...
  • CBS' Leslie Moonves paid $67 million in 2013; Redstone gets $57 million

    CBS Corp. Chief Executive Leslie Moonves remains the king of media compensation. The 64-year-old television executive and Beverly Hills resident was awarded a $66.9-million compensation package last year, according to a Securities and Exchange...
  • Term limits drive is unconstitutional

    Term limits drive is unconstitutional
    In one of the more memorable scenes in the 1971 comedy "Bananas," Woody Allen's character Fielding Mellish is perusing the magazine rack at a small store. He's trying to sneak peeks at the erotic fare in a way that avoids the notice of a matronly woman at...