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April 26, 2008 | From Reuters
"Saturday Night Live" veteran Jimmy Fallon will take Conan O'Brien's place on NBC next year when O'Brien succeeds Jay Leno on "The Tonight Show," a person familiar with the deal said. Daily Variety and the Hollywood Reporter both reported that a formal announcement of plans to install Fallon in O'Brien's place as host of NBC's "Late Night" show would likely come next month. Fallon, 33, will complete an NBC talent shuffle set in motion when the network announced in 2004 that Leno would retire from "Tonight" in 2009 and that O'Brien would replace him. NBC and Fallon's publicist had no comment.
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April 26, 2008 | From Reuters
"Saturday Night Live" veteran Jimmy Fallon will take Conan O'Brien's place on NBC next year when O'Brien succeeds Jay Leno on "The Tonight Show," a person familiar with the deal said. Daily Variety and the Hollywood Reporter both reported that a formal announcement of plans to install Fallon in O'Brien's place as host of NBC's "Late Night" show would likely come next month. Fallon, 33, will complete an NBC talent shuffle set in motion when the network announced in 2004 that Leno would retire from "Tonight" in 2009 and that O'Brien would replace him. NBC and Fallon's publicist had no comment.
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July 22, 1993 | GREG BRAXTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Don't talk "Stupid Pet Tricks" or "Top 10" lists with Conan O'Brien, NBC's replacement for departed late-night host David Letterman. Although Letterman turned those features into popular staples of the "Late Night" show--and NBC may fight to keep him from using them on CBS--O'Brien is not interested in retaining them.
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February 15, 2006 | From Associated Press
Conan O'Brien, who endorsed the reelection of Tarja Halonen with mock ad campaigns, met the Finnish president Tuesday at the presidential palace in downtown Helsinki. The "Late Night" host handed the Nordic country's first female president a Valentine's Day present, a box of chocolates, as they posed for photographers before the closed-door meeting that lasted 15 minutes.
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December 16, 2003 | From Reuters
Conan O'Brien will bring his NBC show to Toronto in February, a move organizers there hope will boost a tourism industry ravaged earlier this year by the SARS outbreak. The comedian confirmed Monday that his "Late Night With Conan O'Brien" will shoot Feb. 10-13 in Toronto. The idea was partly initiated by Lorne Michaels, the Canadian-born producer of "Saturday Night Live." The comedian said it would be "premature and foolish" to say who would appear on the show, but he thought "Ben Affleck, J.
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February 15, 2006 | From Associated Press
Conan O'Brien, who endorsed the reelection of Tarja Halonen with mock ad campaigns, met the Finnish president Tuesday at the presidential palace in downtown Helsinki. The "Late Night" host handed the Nordic country's first female president a Valentine's Day present, a box of chocolates, as they posed for photographers before the closed-door meeting that lasted 15 minutes.
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December 16, 2003 | From Reuters
Conan O'Brien will bring his NBC show to Toronto in February, a move organizers there hope will boost a tourism industry ravaged earlier this year by the SARS outbreak. The comedian confirmed Monday that his "Late Night With Conan O'Brien" will shoot Feb. 10-13 in Toronto. The idea was partly initiated by Lorne Michaels, the Canadian-born producer of "Saturday Night Live." The comedian said it would be "premature and foolish" to say who would appear on the show, but he thought "Ben Affleck, J.
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July 22, 1993 | GREG BRAXTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Don't talk "Stupid Pet Tricks" or "Top 10" lists with Conan O'Brien, NBC's replacement for departed late-night host David Letterman. Although Letterman turned those features into popular staples of the "Late Night" show--and NBC may fight to keep him from using them on CBS--O'Brien is not interested in retaining them.
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