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The 'Today' anchor is increasingly unpopular with viewers, but the quiz show's producers are eyeing him to replace Alex Trebek.
The embattled co-host says a 'dark' tone damaged its ratings. Critics see the problem more about the messenger than the message.
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Comcast's NBC categorically denies a report that the talk-show host is on the way out.
New Mexico may pass a tax-credit law to lure more productions like 'Breaking Bad,' and it wouldn't be the first. Do these schemes really work?
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