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.
CBS, moving quickly to fill a looming hole in its entertainment lineup, named Comedy Central host Stephen Colbert as David Letterman’s late-night replacement.
CBS, which today named Stephen Colbert to replace David Letterman, is also considering a new host for “The Late Late Show.”
David Letterman’s retirement from CBS next year may open the door for a woman to take over one of TV’s iconic late-night talk shows for the first time.
David Letterman, the late-night star of CBS Corp.’s television network, agreed to host his program through 2014, setting the stage to break Johnny Carson’s record of 30 years.
ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel, in his first night in a new 11:35 p.m. time slot, attracted more viewers than CBS’s David Letterman and NBC’s Jay Leno
Jay Leno, host of the most-watched late-night show, withstood a challenge from ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel, who aired his first head-to-head program in the 11:30 p.m. time slot last night.
Google Inc., owner of the world’s most popular Internet search engine, was sued by British Telecommunications Plc for allegedly infringing six U.S. patents for mobile-device technology.
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- Craig Ferguson on Apr 10, 2014