New blood for Letterman's `Late Night'?

Walls, J.; Pener, D.
February 1992
New York;2/10/92, Vol. 25 Issue 6, p9
States that `Late Night With David Letterman' may be hiring an extra producer, and some television insiders think the move is part of NBC's bid to keep the restless star happy. Peter Lassally, the executive producer of the `Tonight Show,' is being considered for a top slot at `Late Night,' says a source.


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