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NBC taps into YouTuber Lilly Singh's audience

by Justin Ho Mar 15, 2019
The replacement for Carson Daly's time slot brings a woman of color to late-night TV.
Lilly Singh speaks on stage during the 2018 WE Day Toronto Show in September.
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Questlove on "chasing ghosts"

by Kai Ryssdal and Daisy Palacios Oct 11, 2018
"I'm amazed that no one's kicked me out of the pool yet."
“In my mind, it's always, this could end tomorrow. So don't ever sleep,” Questlove says.
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David Letterman wears the pants at Worldwide Pants

by Sally Herships May 19, 2015
The production company was crucial when Letterman moved to CBS two decades ago.

On YouTube, it's always late night

by Tony Wagner May 12, 2015
...But some shows have made the transition better than others.

Seth Meyers is getting the hang of his new gig

by Kai Ryssdal and Bridget Bodnar Apr 13, 2015
A year into hosting Late Night, Seth Meyers on what's next for the show.
Seth Meyers (L) in a skit imagining if Hannah Horvath (played by Lena Dunham) from the HBO show "Girls" joined the writer's room. Dunham is underneath the jacket.
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A sneak preview of our interview with Seth Meyers

by Marketplace Staff Apr 13, 2015
Listen to some bonus audio before the whole conversation airs Friday.

Why NBC may tap Fallon to succeed Leno

by Stacey Vanek Smith Mar 21, 2013
Jay Leno is king of late-night TV ratings, but Jimmy Fallon could represent the future of the TV franchise. He has strong ratings plus a big You Tube and Twitter following that advertisers care ever more about.
Jimmy Fallon and Jay Leno pose together in the press room at the 2013 Golden Globe Awards. Fallon is said to have been chosen to take over as 'The Tonight Show' host when Leno steps down.
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In late-night TV showdown, what's a minute worth?

by David Weinberg Jan 7, 2013
Half a billion dollars of advertising is at stake in what is now a three-way competition among Jay Leno, Dave Letterman and Jimmy Kimmel. One show's response to Kimmel's challenge: shave a minute off its start time.

Jimmy Kimmel moves into prime late-night spot

by Jeff Horwich Aug 22, 2012
Late night TV is about to go where it's never gone before. ABC says starting in 2013 it's moving 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' a half hour earlier, to compete head-to-head with Letterman and Leno.
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Conan back on late night -- on TBS

by Daryl Paranada Apr 12, 2010
Are you with Coco? After Conan O'Brien was ousted from NBC's "Tonight Show," many speculated that he would head over to the Fox network. But in a...