The NBC drama continues. They want to bump The Tonight Show back thirty minutes to give Leno a segment. Conan has said NO - he will not violate the integrity of the show by allowing the move.
NBC claims it needs to do something with Leno after cancelling his show and that The Tonight Show ratings are too low. However, what the ratings can't take into account is the amount of people (like me) who watch the show online the next day.
Hulu, NetFlix, and the others track the amount of times a show is viewed - why can't stations factor this into the ratings? I'm sure the popularity of some show would drastically change if they did so. Consider how the music industry charts changed when they went from estimated sales (how many albums were pressed) to actual sales. I think TV is in need of this kind of system.
Come to think of it, the book industry needs it as well...