With his gig on
It would be a reunion of sorts, since Zucker was Leno's boss when he ran NBC Universal.
A CNN spokeswoman did not immediately return an email requesting comment. But a Leno/CNN marriage could make sense for both parties. Zucker is struggling to boost the network's ratings, and Leno has long hosted the No. 1 talk show in late night.
Meanwhile, Leno - who has made it clear he'd like to keep working in TV - could keep a national platform for his topical comedy if CNN brought him aboard.
On the other hand, Leno doesn't exactly scream "programming breakthrough" - and that's what CNN needs at this point. And it looks as if Zucker will have plenty of competition - according to the
What do you think? Should CNN hire Leno or not?