Jay Wants To Remain On Late-night Tv, Says Report

Jay Leno is not likely to leave late-night television after his scheduled departure from NBC in 2009, the Los Angeles Times reported today (Monday), citing three people familiar with the situation. The newspaper observed that Leno could move to ABC or Fox -- or even CNN, where Leno might take over Larry King's spot. Meanwhile, the newspaper said, NBC is likely to offer him another assignment -- in primetime. "We are working with Jay to convince him that there is life beyond late night," Marc Graboff, co-chairman of NBC Entertainment, told the Times. "He's a great talent. We really want to stay in business with him."




15/10/2007


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