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USA Today , May 20, 2015
USA Today dedicated most of its front page to David Letterman and the last episode of his Late Show slated for Wednesday night. Having hosted talk shows on NBC and CBS for more than 30 years, the affably sarcastic Indiana native has decided to retire.
To honor Letterman, USA Today changed its logo into his smiling face and the newspaper even used one of his most popular features, the Top 10 list, to tally the host's impact. American actor Bill Murray and singer Bob Dylan were the top guests on the penultimate show Tuesday night, with tonight's episode looking back on Letterman's career highlights.
Though always in a suit and tie, Letterman Introduced a new quirkier style to late-night television. His influence has spread around the world: We've made a video featuring
eight international versions of Dave and his show
ABOUT THE SOURCE: USA Today is a Virginia-based broadsheet newspaper founded in 1982.