News Nuggets: Jimmy Fallon expected to replace Jay Leno on ‘Tonight Show’ by 2014

“The Tonight Show” will move back to New York City; Jimmy Fallon expected to replace host Jay Leno by fall 2014: “The changing of the guard on ‘Tonight’ is one of the biggest personnel decisions in television, and has always been fraught with intrigue and backroom maneuvering. Three years ago, an effort to replace Mr. Leno with Conan O’Brien ended in recriminations and an ultimate reversal; Mr. Leno was reinstated as host after only seven months. NBC endured weeks of negative press coverage. In the early 1990s, Mr. Leno and David Letterman engaged in a heated and often acrimonious competition to replace [Johnny] Carson.” New York Times

George Strait and Garth Brooks will pay tribute to Dick Clark at the ACM Awards. TV By the Numbers

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HBO cancels low-rated “Enlightened” after two seasons. Associated Press

Henry Bromell, who won an Emmy as an executive producer of Showtime’s Best Drama Series winner “Homeland,” has died at age 66. Associated Press

“The Guild” and “Dr. Horrible” fan-favorite Felicia Day will host the 5th Annual Shorty Awards, honoring the best in social media, on April 8. Hollywood Reporter

How Grammy-nominated band Alabama Shakes went from rags to riches. Eshac

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