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 Leno v. Conan

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MessageSujet: Leno v. Conan   Ven 15 Jan 2010 - 19:49

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NBC to Conan O'Brien -- The Choice Is Yours
Posted Jan 8th 2010 7:25AM by TMZ Staff

NBC has given Conan O'Brien the option to either do his show from midnight to 1 or leave the network, sources tell TMZ.

As TMZ first reported, after the Olympics, Jay Leno will get his 11:30 PM time period back. We're told network execs have told Conan they will let him decide if he wants the midnight to 1:00 AM time slot. If he does, Leno's show will only be a half hour. If Conan walks, Leno will get a full hour, informed sources tell TMZ.

Our sources say Conan has not decided what he wants. We do know he's pissed, because he was given no advanced warning this was coming. Conan's people told NBC they are considering the offer. Translation: Mr. O'Brien -- I have Rupert Murdoch on line one, Stephen McPherson on line two, John Landgraf on line three, Jeff Wachtel on line four ...

We're told if Conan gets another offer, even though NBC could block the move, they will let him go and give Leno the full hour.

http://www.tmz.com/2010/01/08/conan-obrien-jay-leno-nbc-tonight-show/#ixzz0cjQqlC3J


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MessageSujet: Re: Leno v. Conan   Ven 15 Jan 2010 - 19:49

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Reports Conan O’Brien leaving Tonight Show after this week
Plenty of speculation, including drastic measures such as keeping late night host off the air for remainder of his contract

Conan O'Brien has ruled out the possibility of a later Tonight Show with him at the helm.

It looks as if Conan O’Brien’s run of hosting The Tonight Show is coming to an end even sooner than believed. Many online sources, including People.com, are reporting that his final episode will air on Jan. 22, with a source telling the magazine: “Conan does not currently plan on doing any more new shows after next week.”

It was initially reported on the Twitter feed of ESPN personality Bill Simmons who added: “His staff is trying to book big guests so he goes out with a bang.”

http://www.thestar.com/entertainment/television/article/750878--reports-conan-o-brien-leaving-tonight-show-after-this-week?bn=1
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MessageSujet: Re: Leno v. Conan   Ven 15 Jan 2010 - 19:54

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NBC reportedly agrees to pay Conan $30M
Deal to vacate time slot still has to be signed, sources tell TheWrap


By Sharon Waxman
TheWrap.com
updated 16 minutes ago
NBC has its way out of the Conan Crisis.

The network has agreed to pay O'Brien $30 million to vacate the 11:35 p.m. "Tonight Show," sources involved in the negotiation have told TheWrap.

The deal, which still has to be formally signed, will be annouced later Friday.
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/34886438/ns/entertainment-television

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MessageSujet: Re: Leno v. Conan   Sam 16 Jan 2010 - 22:25

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Conan's 'Tonight Show' ratings soar
By DAVID BAUDER, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Last Updated: 16th January 2010, 8:24pm

PASADENA, Calif. -- Conan O'Brien's ratings are soaring as he nears a bitter exit from NBC's "Tonight" show, his ridicule of his network executives apparently resonating in a country filled with the unemployed.

His ratings Friday were 50 percent higher than they've been this season, and he beat CBS' David Letterman, according to a preliminary Nielsen Co. estimate based on large markets. In the 18-to-49-year-old demographic that NBC relies on to set advertising prices, O'Brien even beat Jay Leno's prime-time show.

Settlement talks continued Saturday on a deal that would let O'Brien leave NBC and restore Leno to the 11:35 p.m. time slot he occupied for 17 years through last spring.
http://www.torontosun.com/entertainment/tv/2010/01/16/12495776-ap.html
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MessageSujet: Re: Leno v. Conan   Lun 18 Jan 2010 - 7:17

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Vitriolic NBC fights back in Conan late night feud
By Rob Salem
Television Columnist
Published On Mon Jan 18 2010

PASADENA, CALIF.- Negotiations continue for a final settlement between departing Tonight Show host Conan O'Brien and his soon-to-be former NBC bosses after a Saturday session still left several issues unresolved.

In response to a public pillorying in the press – and even more so in the on-air monologues of the parties involved – NBC executives turned to The New York Times to vent an even more vitriolic response.

"We live in a society today that loves a soap opera," sniffed NBC chief Jeff Zucker, the primary target of the condemnation and abuse. "Three months ago it was David Letterman. Six weeks ago it was Tiger Woods' problems. Today it's NBC's problems."

NBC Sports honcho Dick Ebersol, quoted by the same paper, was far less diplomatic. "(It's) chicken-hearted and gutless to blame a guy you couldn't beat in the ratings," Ebersol sniped.

"What this is really all about is an astounding failure by Conan ... I like Conan enormously personally. He was just stubborn about not being willing to broaden the appeal of his show."
http://www.thestar.com/entertainment/television/article/752014--salem-vitriolic-nbc-fights-back-in-conan-late-night-feud
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MessageSujet: Re: Leno v. Conan   Jeu 21 Jan 2010 - 6:56

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Conan O'Brien, NBC - Still No Settlement
Posted Jan 21st 2010 12:58AM by TMZ Staff

Conan O'Brien's negotiations with NBC are dragging on ....

Sources say they thought the deal would be wrapped up Wednesday night, but it didn't happen. As we reported, the outstanding issue involves an additional $600,000 in severance Conan wants NBC to pay his staff.

We're told NBC has made it clear to Conan -- if he agrees not to raise other issues, NBC will capitulate on giving the staff more money.

Sources now say they think a deal can be struck Thursday morning. We'll see.

NBC has already agreed to pay Conan $32.5 million. His executive producer will get $4.5 million and the rest of the staff will get a total of $7.5 million.

NBC, we're told, still views the deal as a bargain, because in the 55-year history of "The Tonight Show," a full year with Conan would have been the first year NBC did not score a profit off the show.


http://www.tmz.com/2010/01/21/conan-obrien-nbc-settlement-the-tonight-show-severance-deal/#ixzz0dFNzxivU
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