"The Arsenio Hall Show" has found its exec producer, tapping Neal Kendall as showrunner on the forthcoming latenight talker.
Rudy Tellez, producer of NBC's "Tonight Show" in the 1960s, died Nov. 22 in Albuquerque, N.M. He was 78.
Longtime "Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson" staffer Michael Naidus has been tapped to be the gabfest's day-to-day showrunner.
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Let's all hoist a colortini toast tonight to Tom Snyder; may he rest in peace after what had to have been a tough battle with leukemia. The man was born to be a broadcaster, born to talk on TV…
Emmy Award-winning TV cameraman Ray Figelski, whose 40-year career included 27 years at NBC, died Feb. 7 of non-Hodgkins lymphoma in Bellingham, Wash. He was 66. A native of Toronto, Figelski and his…
Broadcasting veteran Tom Snyder will return to television in late January as the host of a newly created program on cabler CNBC. Called "Tom Snyder," the show will mark the first time a CNBC series…
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