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Archives for: December 20065
  • Letterman signs contract into 2010
    Monday December 04th 2006

    David Letterman isn’t going anywhere. CBS Corp. announced Monday that the late-night funnyman has signed a contract to stay on the air until at least 2010. It was widely reported in September that Letterman had agreed to the deal.

  • Letterman signs contract into 2010
    Monday December 04th 2006

    David Letterman isn’t going anywhere. CBS Corp. announced Monday that the late-night funnyman has signed a contract to stay on the air until at least 2010. It was widely reported in September that Letterman had agreed to the deal.

  • Goodman plays retiring Santa
    Monday December 04th 2006

    Tired of the commercialization of Christmas? So is Santa in NBC’s "The Year Without a Santa Claus." The usually jolly fat guy has had enough of all the holiday hype and just wants to retire to Florida.

  • CBC kills ‘Canada Now’
    Friday December 01st 2006

    CBC-TV is doing away with its national suppertime newscast "Canada Now" to return to hour-long local newscasts. The rollout begins in Vancouver this winter and will be implemented in other local markets over the next two years.

  • Richards to meet offended guests
    Friday December 01st 2006

    Michael Richards will apologize in person to the four black men he targeted in a tirade of racial slurs during a recent comedy club performance.

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ARCHIVES

Archives for: December 20065
  • Letterman signs contract into 2010
    Monday December 04th 2006

    David Letterman isn’t going anywhere. CBS Corp. announced Monday that the late-night funnyman has signed a contract to stay on the air until at least 2010. It was widely reported in September that Letterman had agreed to the deal.

  • Letterman signs contract into 2010
    Monday December 04th 2006

    David Letterman isn’t going anywhere. CBS Corp. announced Monday that the late-night funnyman has signed a contract to stay on the air until at least 2010. It was widely reported in September that Letterman had agreed to the deal.

  • Goodman plays retiring Santa
    Monday December 04th 2006

    Tired of the commercialization of Christmas? So is Santa in NBC’s "The Year Without a Santa Claus." The usually jolly fat guy has had enough of all the holiday hype and just wants to retire to Florida.

  • CBC kills ‘Canada Now’
    Friday December 01st 2006

    CBC-TV is doing away with its national suppertime newscast "Canada Now" to return to hour-long local newscasts. The rollout begins in Vancouver this winter and will be implemented in other local markets over the next two years.

  • Richards to meet offended guests
    Friday December 01st 2006

    Michael Richards will apologize in person to the four black men he targeted in a tirade of racial slurs during a recent comedy club performance.

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ARCHIVES

Archives for: December 20065
  • Letterman signs contract into 2010
    Monday December 04th 2006

    David Letterman isn’t going anywhere. CBS Corp. announced Monday that the late-night funnyman has signed a contract to stay on the air until at least 2010. It was widely reported in September that Letterman had agreed to the deal.

  • Letterman signs contract into 2010
    Monday December 04th 2006

    David Letterman isn’t going anywhere. CBS Corp. announced Monday that the late-night funnyman has signed a contract to stay on the air until at least 2010. It was widely reported in September that Letterman had agreed to the deal.

  • Goodman plays retiring Santa
    Monday December 04th 2006

    Tired of the commercialization of Christmas? So is Santa in NBC’s "The Year Without a Santa Claus." The usually jolly fat guy has had enough of all the holiday hype and just wants to retire to Florida.

  • CBC kills ‘Canada Now’
    Friday December 01st 2006

    CBC-TV is doing away with its national suppertime newscast "Canada Now" to return to hour-long local newscasts. The rollout begins in Vancouver this winter and will be implemented in other local markets over the next two years.

  • Richards to meet offended guests
    Friday December 01st 2006

    Michael Richards will apologize in person to the four black men he targeted in a tirade of racial slurs during a recent comedy club performance.

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