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  • Thompson gets extended deal

    NBA: Former Washington State Cougar Klay Thompson is one of four Golden State Warriors veterans who received contract extentions Friday. The Warriors exercised the fourth- year contract option on shooting …

  • Conan’s debut lures the 18-to-49 crowd

    Conan O’Brien finished his first week on TBS with a hefty and remarkably younger-skewing audience. Thursday’s show drew 2 million viewers, less than half the number who gathered for his …

  • ‘Conan’ to pack cozy space

    Remember when Conan O’Brien was merely the funniest redhead on the planet? Now, through some weird twists of fate you couldn’t make up, he’s also the creator and producer of …

  • ‘The Pacific’ and ‘Glee’ top Emmy Awards nominees

    “Glee,” the spunky TV musical comedy about high school misfits and the teachers who shepherd them, was a top Emmy nominee today with 19 bids, including for best comedy series …

  • Conan O’Brien hits Spokane tonight

    Laughter is the goal when a comedian steps in front of an audience. Conan O’Brien is in pursuit of that and more: the next stage of his career. The former …

  • Conan O’Brien bringing tour to Spokane

    Comedian and former “Tonight Show” host Conan O’Brien will bring his touring show to Spokane’s INB Performing Arts Center on April 16.

  • O’Brien will leave with $32 million

    LOS ANGELES – Ending his brief reign as host of one of television’s longest-running shows, Conan O’Brien on Thursday finalized a rich severance deal with NBC that releases the comedian …

  • One-time NBC whiz kid is behind the Leno flip-flop

    LOS ANGELES – Jeff Zucker was a fearless news producer and fast-rising entertainment executive who was just 41 when he became head of NBC Universal. But in the last few …

  • O’Brien refuses to be pushed back

    LOS ANGELES – Conan O’Brien is prepared to walk. Relegated again to second-string status, comedian O’Brien on Tuesday refused to go along with NBC’s plans to push his show back …

  • Conan prepares for move to ‘Tonight’

    Nearly two dozen guitars are scattered on the floor and sofa in Conan O’Brien’s office in Rockefeller Center, most of them gifts from musicians like Eddie Van Halen, Los Lobos, …

  • Moving to ‘Tonight,’ O’Brien doesn’t plan to change much

    Conan O’Brien says he doesn’t want to shave the edges off his comedy when he steps in as “Tonight Show” host, and doesn’t see the need for it. “I want …



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