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Letterman signs on through 2015

– CBS says David Letterman has signed a contract extension to remain host of the “Late Show” into 2015.

The deal keeps Letterman, 66, on the air beyond the exit of rival Jay Leno, who is being replaced next winter at NBC’s “Tonight” show by Jimmy Fallon.

Letterman, an Indianapolis native and Ball State grad, already has the longest tenure of any late-night talk show host in U.S. television history, 31 years and counting since he began at NBC in 1982.

– Associated Press

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