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  • Stephen Colbert to host CBS' 'Late Show' after David Letterman retires

    Comedian Stephen Colbert will be the next host of "The Late Show." CBS said Thursday that the "Colbert Report" star will take over hosting duties for the long-running late-night talk franchise when David Letterman retires in 2015. Colbert and the...
  • Stephen Colbert replaces Letterman: The congrats and jeers

    Stephen Colbert replaces Letterman: The congrats and jeers
    The guessing game over who would replace David Letterman on CBS' "Late Night" lasted exactly one week. On Thursday, the network confirmed that Stephen Colbert would be the new host to replace Letterman when he steps down in 2015. In a statement, Colbert...
  • The News Business Needs a Few Good Hypocrites

    With print news migrating to a Web environment that's as motivated by traffic as TV is by ratings, the time is fast approaching when anyone who dares criticize media excess will be immediately open to charges of hypocrisy. To that I say: Send in the...
  • Which 'Daily Show' Correspondent Should Replace Stephen Colbert? [Poll]

    CBS has officially announced that Stephen Colbert will be replacing David Letterman on "Late Show," causing the domino effect of finding a suitable candidate to replace the comedian's popular Comedy Central show. While Comedy Central is being coy about...
  • With Stephen Colbert, CBS Makes the Perfect Choice

    Skeptics will wonder how long CBS had Stephen Colbert in its back pocket, given how smoothly the baton pass worked out. But whatever the back story, the network has found the perfect choice to replace David Letterman, in a coup that could potentially...
  • Stephen Colbert to Replace David Letterman as Host of CBS Late Show

    Apr 10 (TheWrap.com) - CBS has named Stephen Colbert the new host of the 'Late Show,' effective when David Letterman retires. Colbert inked a five-year deal with CBS. Letterman announced his pending 2015 retirement on April 3. Here is the press release:...
  • One of America's 'Top 25 Funniest Comedians,' costumed funk band, more coming to Musikfest Cafe

    A comedian who was chosen one of America's 25 Funniest people, had a show on televisions Comedy Central and was featured on two HBO specials will perform at Musikfest Café at ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks in Bethlehem, it was just announced. A costumed...
  • US uses 'diplospeak' to evade tough truths on Ukraine, other crises

    WASHINGTON By now, most people know that Russian President Vladimir Putin took over the neighboring Crimea region of Ukraine and formally annexed it after a hastily called referendum there that drew outrage from across the globe. U.S. officials don't...
  • Stephen Colbert taking over for David Letterman

    Stephen Colbert taking over for David Letterman
    Stephen Colbert will replace David Letterman as host of CBS' "The Late Show." The network's official Twitter account broke the news Thursday, shortly before CBS sent out an official announcement. The Second City alum and former Chicago resident Colbert...
  • Stephen Colbert reemplazará a David Letterman en programa "The Late Show"

    (Reuters) - CBS dijo el jueves que Stephen Colbert será el conductor del programa de televisión "The Late Show" cuando David Letterman se retire el año que viene. Colbert, que conduce "The Colbert Report" en el canal de cable Comedy Central, firmó un...
  • Tracy Morgan Enters the Letterman Replacement Race [VIDEO]

    Sorry, Stephen Colbert. It looks like Comedy Central host has more competition in the race to replace "Late Show" host David Letterman. "30 Rock" and "Saturday Night Live" alum Tracy Morgan spoke with Matt Lauer on NBC's "Today" this morning...