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  • WireImage/Getty Images Tyra Banks, the supermodel turned actress turned talk-show host turned Harvard student has added 'author' to her resume.

    Model Mogul: Banks's Next Chapter

  • To our knowledge Mr. Buffett hasn't publicly disclosed his own return beyond offering a peek to talk-show host Charlie Rose.

    Mr. Buffett's Tax Secrets

  • The competition between the two companies has become so heated over the years that in 2007 Cisco Chief Executive John Chambers and his Microsoft counterpart, Steve Ballmer , held a joint press conference moderated by talk-show host Charlie Rose to reassure customers that the companies would still work together.

    Cisco Appeals Skype Ruling

  • “Well, I guess Rush Limbaugh was busy, so they trotted out the next most popular member of the Republican cabal,” Gibbs said, sarcastically linking Cheney to the conservative radio talk-show host.

    Balloon Juice » Blog Archive » Big Head Ed

  • During a trip to California a few years back, my then-wife Amanda and I were invited out to a drag show by RuPaul, the famous drag queen recording artist, supermodel, VH1 talk-show host, etc. who did the voice-over for the 2000 documentary about my mom, The Eyes of Tammy Faye.

    Jay Bakker: Finding Jesus, In Drag

  • Schmidt's pilot, which stars him as talk-show host, has not yet been picked up and was a "complete disaster," an unnamed "CNN insider" told the Post.

    Eric Schmidt Eyeing TV Career?

  • Besides appearing at a press event, Mr. Meyer hosted a party that featured talk-show host Joel McHale .

    AMD Chief Meyer Is Forced Out

  • Not to tarnish it with a dirty word, but "Sanders" was, in addition to everything else, a twisted example of a twisted genre, "reality television," in that "Sanders" chronicled the continuing misadventures of a talk-show cast and crew and, as a show-within-the-show, highlights from the fictitious talk show itself.

    TV review of "The Larry Sanders Show" coming out on box set

  • Maybe time will never quite catch up with this caustic, innovative, daringly creepy comedy about a chronically insecure talk-show host and the hired support group that surrounds him -- trying to protect him from, among many other things, his own dark self.

    TV review of "The Larry Sanders Show" coming out on box set

  • Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin (R) received the most mentions, with 14 percent, followed by talk-show host Glenn Beck with 7 percent and South Carolina Sen. Jim DeMint (R) with 6 percent.

    Gauging the scope of the tea party movement in America

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