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Topic - Garth Ancier
NBC slashes Jay Leno’s “Tonight Show” pay in half, but forks out more than $8 billion to renew its broadcast rights to Sunday Night Football.
NBC slashes Jay Leno's "Tonight" pay in half, but forks out more than $8 billion to renew its broadcast rights to Sunday Night Football.
Television networks are masters of self-promotion, so it's no surprise that Fox is carving out two prime-time hours Sunday to celebrate its 25th year.
3-D isn't the same experience each time.
Stephen Burke, Comcast vice president and NBCUniversal CEO, "knows where to spend money and where not to," Mr. Ancier said.
"At a certain point, it didn't make sense to keep airing it unless we could get the costs down. We asked the cast to an equal reduction" by percentage, Ancier said.