Conan O’Brien’s Severance Agreement

By Thomas McKinney

Date: January 19, 2010

Conan O’Brien is said to receive $32.5 million as part of a Severance Agreement and to not compete with NBC until September 2010. The remaining $7.5 million will go in severance pay to about 200 of Conan’s “Tonight Show” employees.

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