Friday, January 15, 2010

Who got the GE memo?

And it's not about the late night wars, but you can see all of those clips here at Gawker TV, which is just a a great link for the Late Night TV squabble.

But Conan did put his set on craigslist:

TITLE:4 SALE: Barely-Used Late Night Show -Make Me An Offer
DESCRIPTION: This is a chance of a lifetime to own your very own late night talk show–guaranteed to last for up to seven months!! Really must see to appreciate.
Information for potential buyers:
- Measures 100’ x 100’ x 32’ – plenty of room for a futon!
- Designed for 11:35 but can be easily moved
- Band can be sold separately
- Buyer must honor Barry Manilow booking next Thursday
MAKE ME YOUR BEST OFFER!!!!! (Also willing to trade for Coldplay tickets.)

But NBC didn't take kindly to that "memo"

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But how about GE's memo that was passed around saying that their earnings beat Wall Street's estimates?

That "internal" memo.

Coincidentally, GE last Thursday, moved up on 185 million shares, hitting 16.48, after closing the day before at 15.45.

So why wouldn't Late Night TV be played out in front of the whole world too?

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