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Team Conan v. Team Stupid NBC Executives

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In this combo made from file photos, NBC talk show personalities, from left, Jay Leno, Conan O'Brien, and Jimmy Fallon are shown.
In this combo made from file photos, NBC talk show personalities, from left, Jay Leno, Conan O'Brien, and Jimmy Fallon are shown.
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In case you’ve been consumed with news that really matters, here’s a recap of the late night scuffle over at NBC.

Bear in mind, Conan O’Brien did not resign and NBC executives have not resolved the matter to everyone’s satisfaction.

O’Brien is having a great time noting that the show's contents are for sale on Craigslist as are his own talents. Fans have been asked to send in video offers.

Presenting his side of the story, NBC Universal President and CEO Jeff Zucker recently appeared on Squawk Box.

Shouldn’t we, the television viewing public, get to weigh on who should follow NBC local news affiliates at 11:35 p.m.?

Fans answered with a resounding “yes” as they rallied across the country to save O’Brien from the late night ax.

So where do you weigh in? Want to show your support for O’Brien? Here’s one way you can make a difference. Send NBC executives the bird.

I’m sure you can think of some others.

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