A bit of retail history was made on late-night TV recently, when CVS finally buckled under the pressure of consumer annoyance and Jimmy Kimmel's wrath. We're speaking, of course, about the pharmacy chain's legendarily long receipts, which customers will soon be able to opt into receiving digitally rather than as several feet of flowing paper.
A week after NBCU and Vox Media announced a new advertising program called Concert, the cross-platform ad play is ready for its close-up.
Networks and advertisers typically spend every fall focused on the new prime-time lineups. Not this year. All eyes are on late night, and with good reason. "Outside of sports, it's the strongest area of television from an ad-supported perspective," said Chris Geraci, president of national broadcast at OMD.
Of all CBS' fall premieres, none was as important to the network's future than last night's debut of The Late Show With Stephen Colbert.
Behind a DIY, delightfully haphazard set, you can find pieces of late-night history—carefully wrapped in plastic—that were unsanctimoniously chucked outside of the Ed Sullivan Theater.
As David Letterman prepares to deliver his final Top 10 list on his final show tomorrow night, we take a look back at 10 of his best ever. Letterman's very first list—things that almost rhyme with peas—was presented on NBC's Late Night on Sept. 18, 1985.
FedEx CEO Fred Smith was ostensibly the main man at the Ad Council's annual fundraising dinner on Wednesday night, but it can be hard even for the winner of a public service award to compete with The Man Who's Succeeding David Letterman.
Because we can’t have nice things and because life is nothing but a series of searing disappointments, Craig Ferguson on Monday announced that he’ll be stepping down as the host of CBS’ The Late Late Show.
NBC on Sunday locked in the final piece of its late-night schedule, naming Seth Meyers the host of Late Night.