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Topic - Letterman
Howard Stern is just one of the names industry spectators are floating around as a possible replacement for David Letterman.
Late night television legend David Letterman announced Thursday afternoon during a taping of "The Late Show" that he is retiring.
British Prime Minister David Cameron's booking on "The Late Show With David Letterman" has ignited a media debate in London.
Mr. Letterman, who turns 67 this week and had a decade-long run at NBC along with band leader Paul Shaffer prior to joining CBS, said the show will not end for "at least a year or so, but sometime in the not too distant future – 2015, for the love of God, Paul and I will be wrapping things up."