Rick Ludwin

former head of late night at NBC

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Former head of late night at NBC

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Rick Ludwin oversaw Late Night and Special Programming at NBC for more than 30 years -- from 1980 until 2012.

Rick Ludwin on Late Night

Rick Ludwin oversaw Late Night and Special Programming at NBC for more than 30 years -- from 1980 until 2012.

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Special guest Rick Ludwin stops by to talk thoughts on the future of late night and lessons learned from more than 30 years in the TV industry.

Rick Ludwin Shares Years of Late-Night Insight

Special guest Rick Ludwin stops by to talk thoughts on the future of late night and lessons learned from more than 30 years in the TV industry.

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