The mystery of who will be sitting in David Letterman’s chair when he retires has been solved. However, one question remains: Will “The Late Show” with newly-announced host Stephen Colbert stay in New York, or move to Los Angeles?
David Letterman announced last week that he will step away from the show sometime in 2015.
Less than a day after David Letterman announced his retirement, the mayor of Los Angeles declared that he wants the “Late Show” to move out of New York altogether.
The man who has been synonymous with late nights on CBS for more than two decades will soon be giving up his prestigious post.
CBS is adding a new package to its already loaded NFL lineup next season. “NFL Network built Thursday into a night for NFL fans,” Commissioner Goodell said. “Our goal is to bring these games to more fans on broadcast television.”
A bevy of Super shows will be aired from New Orleans leading up to CBS’ broadcast of Super Bowl XLVII. CBS Corporation has announced its plans for a major broadcast hub in the heart of the city’s historic French Quarter.
CBS is launching a sports radio network. CBS Sports Radio’s 24-hour talk radio lineup will debut on Jan. 2. CBS Sports updates will begin airing on Sept. 4 on network affiliate stations.
Wallace died Saturday night surrounded by family at the Waveny Care Center in New Canaan, Conn., said CBS spokesman Kevin Tedesco. He also had a home in Manhattan.