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NBCUniversal CEO Jeff Zucker, alongside chairman Jeff Gaspin and executive Rick Ludwin, created a remedy: move Leno back to his pm start time and bump O'Brien a half-hour later, to am.O'Brien and his staff were both disappointed and furious; when it became clear O'Brien would not agree to the proposed changes, the situation grew heated.This week, he’s had another reason to wonder, as the model Karen Mc Dougal settled a lawsuit and gained the right to speak publicly about her alleged affair with Trump.“Former Playboy model Karen Mc Dougal, who claims to have had a 10-month affair with Donald Trump, has just settled a lawsuit with the owner of The National Enquirer that kept her from publicly discussing the relationship. , if I had told you five years ago that we would be champing at the bit to get stories about Donald Trump’s naked, sweaty body wreaking havoc on a hotel duvet, you would have said, ‘No way.
Executives were anxious to replace him with Greg Kinnear, who followed O'Brien with Later at am., but Kinnear left to pursue a career in acting later on.
News Corporation chairman and CEO Peter Chernin pursued O'Brien personally, taking him and executive producer Jeff Ross to dinner on several occasions.
Fox's plan involved making O'Brien the network's signature star: his program would begin 30 minutes before Leno and Letterman (the network's local news broadcasts aired earlier than other networks, allowing the head start) and he would receive cross-promotion via its animated division and on Sunday NFL games.
O'Brien and his staff received US million to walk away from the network, with his final Tonight Show airing January 22, 2010; Leno was reinstated as host that March, while after a contractual seven-month ban on appearing on television, O'Brien moved to TBS to host Conan.
The controversy surrounding the scheduling move and the reinstatement of Leno was described by media outlets as "embarrassing" for the network and a "public relations disaster".
Things improved for the show slowly (mostly revolving around O'Brien's performance) and by 1996, O'Brien's audience, largely young and male (a coveted demographic), grew steadily and the show began to beat competitors in the ratings, which it would continue to do for 15 years.