According to several news reports today, though it is currently in fourth place among the broadcast networks, NBC has wrapped up its advance advertising sales this year with successful results.
And they didn’t even throw an upfront!
Earlier this year, NBC executives announced that they would eschew the traditional TV time frame, Read More
There were no surprises at 30 Rock today as NBC announced the new host of Late Night when current host Conan O’Brien decamps to 11:30 PM sometime in 2009. As far back as February 2007, Bill Carter, The New York Times‘ veteran TV reporter and de facto historian of late night, had been Read More
On Monday, April 28, in the subterranean auditorium of the New York Public Library, Vanity Fair hosted a cocktail hour and convocation of experts grandly titled “Redesigning the World: A Green Way to the Future.” And environmentally concerned New Yorkers Mary Richardson Kennedy (wife of Robert Kennedy Jr.), NBC Universal’s Ben Silverman, and public-relations consultant Read More
“I’m breaking down in all kinds of stress-related illnesses,” confessed Greg Daniels, the 41-year-old executive producer behind NBC’s The Office: An American Workplace, the forthcoming remanufactured British comedy starring former Daily Show correspondent Steve Carell. “Just because it’s something I want so badly to work, because it’s something that I would want to watch.”
Though Read More