by Ken Lovett
July 23, 2014
The state is close to a deal to keep CBS’s “The Late Show” in New York when David Letterman retires next year and is replaced by Stephen Colbert, the Daily News has learned.
It’s unclear what type of tax incentive package, if any, CBS and the show will get to stay at the Ed Sullivan Theater in Manhattan.Campaign disclosure records released last week showed that CBS and its various affiliates donated $45,000 to Cuomo’s campaign the past six months. It’s the only campaign CBS donated to during that time.