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NBC CEO In Nov 2009: Leno Move About More Than Money

Complete video at: NBC CEO Jeff Zucker comments in November 2009 about the potential benefits of Jay Leno's 10 p.m. time slot despite low viewership. "I think anybody who comes away from looking at that decision... with the sense that we care more about making money than putting on memorable television, that's unfortunate." ----- The Paley Center for Media's International Council 2009 NYC brought together the industry's top innovators from across the globe for the most talked about media event of 2009. This session features a conversation between NBC Universal President and CEO Jeff Zucker and CNBC anchor Erin Burnett. - Paley Center for Media Jeff Zucker has served as president and CEO of NBC Universal, one of the world's leading media and entertainment content companies, since February 2007. He has spent his entire career at NBC Universal, joining the companys Olympic unit in 1986, immediately out of college. In his more than twenty-two years with the company, he has had a diversified career as an award-winning producer and business leader. His roles have included president of the NBC Universal Television Group, president of the Entertainment, News & Cable Group, and president of NBC Entertainment. He was also the youngest person to become executive producer of the Today show in 1992 at the age of twenty-six. A five-time Emmy Award winner, Mr. Zucker serves on a number of boards, including The Paley Center for Medias Board of Trustees.
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