I think there were a tremendous number of inefficiencies in Hollywood and it often takes a seismic event to change them, and I think that's what's happened hereNBC may drop programming presentation Jan 23, 2008
Things like that are all vestiges of an era that's gone by and won't returnNBC may drop programming presentation Jan 23, 2008
Things like that are all vestiges of an era that's gone by and won't returnNBC chief: Strike will change TV Jan 20, 2008
I would very much like to keep him in the family and those discussions are going on nowO'Brien to take over 'Tonight' in '09 Oct 31, 2007
In just seven short years, Oxygen has become the crown jewel of independent networks. It's a terrific property with a clear mission, strong brand, and desirable audience. This acquisition increases our foothold in the advertiser-coveted young, upscale, female demographic, and perfectly complements our current roster of cable channels and plays to our strength of running and operating cable networksNBC Universal acquires Oxygen Media Oct 10, 2007
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.