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Leno Invites O'Brien to His Farewell, Before Not Actually Leaving

In a conference call with reporters today, Jay Leno announced that his final on-air guest on The Tonight Show will be his replacement, Conan O’Brien. Leno will welcome O’Brien to the show he will begin hosting June 1—a debut that, of course, has totally been overshadowed by Jay Leno’s staying on to do a 10 p.m. E.T. show starting in …

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WSJ's Social-Networking Twits

One of the issues facing traditional media in the online-media age is not just losing their status as gatekeepers for their readers; it’s how to remain the gatekeepers for their own staff. In other words, when anyone can post anything online, immediately, in chatrooms, blogs, Facebook or Twitter, what limits do you put on your …

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Corporate Press Release Theater: Party Down Lives!

Clip on your pink bowtie and crack open a bottle of house-brand liquor: Starz’s hilarious Party Down is getting a second season! (However, whether Jane Lynch–now a regular in Fox’s heavily-promoted Glee–will be able to return is still up in the air.) Excerpts from the announcement after the jump:

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Happy Lost Day! We Begin Bombing in…

Namaste, readers. When last we left our castaways, Jack was preparing to detonate a hydrogen bomb on the Island to change the course of time, while Locke, thirty years in the future, planned to kill a supernatural being. Nothing big ever happens on this show.

Encroaching deadlines prevent me from posting much this morning, so I’ll turn …

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Judging American Idol: The Final 3

This is what American Idol thinks of you, America: you are a sap. You are maudlin and sentimental and the way to your heart is with a big, sloppy ballad, the more power notes the better. So for the penultimate Idol of season 8—and holy crap, there have been 300 episodes of this show?—judges and contestants alike served up the …

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