Evening Headlines — 7/29/13

Rush Limbaugh: I’m going nowhere
Rush Limbaugh is dismissing reports his show will be dropped by Cumulus Media stations.  But he said today that his syndicator Premiere Networks is still in talks with Cumulus, explaining, “Negotiations have been taken public by one side.” [INSIDE RADIO]

David 'Kidd' Kraddick died from cardiac disease, La. coroner says
Based on the results of a preliminary autopsy, Jefferson Parish Deputy Coroner Dr. Granville Morse says David "Kidd" Kraddick died of cardiac disease. [THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS]

NBC Entertainment Chief: We Hope Jay Leno Stays
Discussions about the Leno-to-Fallon "Tonight Show" transition started more than two years ago, says Bob Greenblatt, but the Olympics were an irresistible catalyst to launch Fallon. [THR]

‘View’ has its eye on Hoda
NBC could be up for another battle with ABC, this time over popular “Today” show co-host Hoda Kotb — who sources tell Page Six is being eyed by ABC as a potential new co-host for “The View.” [NY POST]

Sharyl Attkisson’s computer: The mystery persists
A midsummer Friday with little news — no big Anthony Weiner updates; no new scandals, phony or otherwise; no ground-shaking personnel shuffles in the media world — provides a perfect opportunity to check in yet again on the status of Sharyl Attkisson’s compromised computers. [WASHINGTON POST]


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