Conan O’Brien said he’s ready to get back on television with Time Warner Inc. ’s TBS cable network after being ousted as host of NBC’s “Tonight Show” four months ago.
Conan O’Brien , who left NBC’s “The Tonight Show” in January, attracted 4.16 million viewers in his return to late-night television on TBS, beating Jay Leno on NBC and David Letterman on CBS.
Conan O’Brien told CBS’s “60 Minutes” he wouldn’t have taken back the “Tonight Show” as Jay Leno did six months after giving it up.
CBS is considering hiring a woman for “The Late Late Show” as the TV network weighs a complete remodeling of its programming for night owls.
President Barack Obama, addressing an audience of Washington journalists and Hollywood celebrities at a ritual annual dinner, spared no jokes about himself.
Vic Gundotra, who led Google Inc.’s efforts to challenge Facebook Inc. in social networking, said he’s leaving the search engine after almost eight years.
NBC’s decision to hand off stewardship of “The Tonight Show,” the most popular late-night program, highlights the dilemma facing all of the major networks: shrinking audiences for broadcast TV.
Even as the much-anticipated HBO comedy “Silicon Valley” debuted yesterday, some of the real technorati were more interested in one of the network’s other shows: “Game of Thrones.”