Comcast is itching to get Jay Leno off The Tonight Show so they can have a younger face to compete with ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel.
A no brainer, right?
More like no brains.
It’s right to put young entertainers on as the 80 million Millennials come of age, but they’re missing a big, bad unexpected consequence.
Learn from their coming mistake – don’t let this happen to you.
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- How to get younger without firing your popular older talent to do it.
- Why NBC will be blindsided by its decision to turn Leno loose.
- The one mitigating factor that makes the late night decision wrong no matter what NBC – or for that matter, or ABC does.
- How CBS CEO Les Moonves who has the oldest, grumpiest late night talent in Dave Letterman is outsmarting the other networks.
- Why you must never, ever violate one important rule when trying to go younger – or pay the price NBC is about to pay.
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