Jay Leno had his pick of TV offers after he stepped down as host of The Tonight Show in February 2014. But instead of jumping right back on television, Leno stepped away from the spotlight to focus on stand-up. Twenty months later, Leno's returning to TV, not with a talk show but with Jay Leno's Garage, a weekly CNBC series focused on cars and motorcycles.
Even though he stepped down as host of The Tonight Show more than a year ago, Jay Leno is not stepping away from television. A noted auto enthusiast, Leno has a new show debuting next week on CNBC, Jay Leno's Garage. In a viral marketing stunt, Leno posed as an UberBlack driver to unsuspecting passengers in Los Angeles.
Seeking to raise the profile of Shell's long-running fuel efficiency challenge for students, MediaCom has turned to Jay Leno, Detroit and NBCUniversal's Today.
Investment services have always had a tough time when it comes to marketing. For as much as we all want to amass piles of money, the idea of investing it for retirement is, well, boring as hell—at least to many people.
The International Women's Media Foundation (IWMF) has joined a growing boycott of the Beverly Hills Hotel, pulling its Courage in Journalism Awards ceremony from the venue.
“We don’t want you to think that we were trying to hide or conceal anything but we didn’t want to talk about what we were doing.
Wake the kids and phone the neighbors, because David Letterman is hanging it up after his contract expires at the end of next year. The 33-year late night veteran and host of CBS’ flagship Late Show with David Letterman broke the news to his studio audience during the taping of Thursday night’s show.
While the overnights for Jimmy Fallon’s first night at the helm of The Tonight Show were promising, it would be premature to crown the antic talk show host the King of Late Night.
NBC on Thursday iced the competition with its first night of Winter Olympics coverage from Sochi, averaging 20 million viewers, an 11.3 household rating and a 6.0 among adults 18-49.