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JAY LENO STILL HAS FUTURE WITH NBC EVEN AFTER HE LEAVES 'THE TONIGHT SHOW'

iFMagazine - USA - THE SKINNY: While Jay Leno may be relinquishing his throne of THE TONIGHT SHOW In 2009 to Conan O’Brien, NBC would love to keep Jay Leno on the air in some capacity with the network, according to Ben Silverman, Co-Chairman, NBC Entertainment and Universal Media Studios.

"We love Jay Leno, and we’re very interested, beyond interested, in having Jay stay at NBC for life," says Silverman. "We’re talking to Jay all the time about what does he want to do, and what opportunities are there for him. And [co-chairman] Marc Graboff and I are aggressively trying to come up with ideas that would make Jay happy."

While THE TONIGHT SHOW would become O’Brien’s domain once Leno leaves, Graboff notes primetime would not be out of the question.

"Primetime is a definite alternative," says Graboff.
Source : Originally Published iFMagazine - USA, Jul 17, 2007
Celebrities : Jay Leno
Categories : Talk Show Hosts, TV Personalities, Comedian News, Celebrity News
Posted 7/17/2007 12:07:50 AM | Permalink
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