“Please stop writing that it was a $200,000 bathroom,” he protested. “The bills came to $60,000"
In Comcast’s corporate culture, NBCU's executive privy is getting flushed away
The entertainment industry is seeing more executives than ever idled at the peak of their careers, and job prospects are shrinking
Gaspin's overpriced bathroom started Steve Burke's dissaffection with the executive, who will leave his job at the top of NBCU next week
Vermont Independent says merger would hurt diversity, raise rates
"You can do anything you want in life ... Unless Jay Leno wants to do it too"
Gaspin resigns ahead of Comcast reshuffle of the executive lineup
Digital-media-on-digital-media site's "Battle For the Digital Home" part of an increasingly hectic Hollywood-conference schedule
The peacock struts out its talent stable to see the NBCU entertainment chairman accept the ADL's industry award
NBCU TV chairman and primetime chief Angela Bromstad distance themselves from the Ben Silverman era, lay out an aggressive future
Plus: The NBC exec repeats his intention to spend the needed coin to get new hits
Maybe. Deadline claims she checked out Jeff Gaspin's NATPE appearance this week. There's just one problem...
Jeff Gaspin chokes up, optimism about broadcast ads and the hottest damn steakhouse in town
NBC's Gaspin and Graboff on the public feud, Jay's future on "Tonight"
Leno gets "Tonight," Conan gets millions ... and NBC tries to move on
One could argue that handling the late-night meltdown was Gaspin's audition for a bigger job
Sunday's much-anticipated session with reporters probably won't match the fireworks of 13 years ago, when ABC's boss was grilled
The Peacock boss will meet the press for the first time Sunday. Wonder if anyone will bring up Jay Leno?
In an exclusive interview with TheWrap, Jeff Gaspin defends his 'Southland' call, and declares the era of "managing for margin" is over.
"This is a business of balls. You want to have a Sumner or Rupert in charge, letting you take your shots."
Can new management improve the culture -- and the ratings?
The long-departed must-see-tv and miserable morale remain burning problems at the network. They are now Jeff Gaspin's problems.
"Know your audience inside and out," he tells TheWrap. "Don't be all things to all people."