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Hurricane Sandy's impact on TV goes beyond news; Letterman monologue, Storify here



hurricane-sandy-coverage.jpgHere's a quick look at the impact Hurricane Sandy is having on the TV industry by threatening New York City, where everything from the Daily Show and Colbert Report to The Good Wife and Jimmy Kimmel Live have suspended production for at least a day -- either because audiences can't reach them or out of concern about the storm's impact.

Below is a look at David Letterman's monologue -- delivered before an empty house three hours before their normal taping time -- as shows such as Anderson Cooper's daytime TV show conducted their shows before an audience of three people (hardy souls who ignored the show's plea to stay home).

Check it all out:


[Last modified: Monday, October 29, 2012 6:51pm]


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