lateshowsignsm.jpgKudos to David Letterman for paying his “Late Show” staff out of his own pocket while production on his nightly show is shut down because of the writers strike. The news comes at the same time as reports that Letterman and Jay Leno are each losing $100,000 every night the strike continues.

Letterman plans to continue his largesse through the end of the year. Here’s hoping the strike is settled by then. Either way, it’s great to see a high-profile star like David Letterman making sure that his staff is taken care of financially during the upcoming holiday season.
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