These advertising milestones show the power of the NFL brand and the strength of the Super Bowl as a TV property in this economic climateNBC sells all Super Bowl advertising space Feb 01, 2009
As broadcast television continues to change, success demands a new paradigmLeno taking trademark segments to new show Dec 09, 2008
We are living in a time of unprecedented economic challenges, and it is increasingly clear that the worldwide economic slowdown will continue well into next yearZucker: NBC Universal to cut $500 million Oct 18, 2008
We are delighted to be back in business with Steven and Stacey and the rest of their superb teamSpielberg, Universal sign pact Oct 14, 2008
A business-as-usual approach no longer applies in today's multi-platform media environmentNBC to announce 52-week prime-time slate Feb 20, 2008
Jeffrey "Jeff" Zucker (born April 9, 1965) is an American television executive and former President and CEO of NBC Universal.
Zucker was born to Jewish-American parents in Homestead, Florida, near Miami. His father was a cardiologist, and his mother, Arlene, was a school teacher. He has a younger sister, Pam.
He was captain of the North Miami Senior High School tennis team, editor of the school paper, and a teenage freelance reporter ("stringer") for The Miami Herald. The 5-foot-6-inch (1.68 m) Zucker also served as president of his senior class, running on the slogan: "The little man with the big ideas." Before college, he took part in Northwestern University's National High School Institute program for journalism.