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Tag Archives: CBS
If you frequent this blog, you’ve probably read up on Walter Elias Disney, Michael Eisner, and Bob Iger and know some interesting stories about those men and their personalities. Portfolio.com has a long and interesting piece by Lloyd Grove on … Continue reading
Randy Lewis, in the Los Angeles Times, checks up on how the new CBS Records is doing. With Sony’s music arm in control of old corporate sibling Columbia Records and with the Viacom/CBS split settling ever deeper in, the young CBS Records … Continue reading
A couple years back, Sumner Redstone’s National Amusements split Viacom (parent company of Paramount Pictures) from CBS. Now it looks like Viacom and CBS will compete in one more area. Kenneth LiMon reports for Reuters/Nielsen. Sumner Redstone’s Viacom Inc will … Continue reading
It’s not a good time for journalists, or to be a terrestrial radio personality. As newspapers merge and cut back and radio stations cut back, ABC competitor CBS is cutting back the news staff at the network and its stations. … Continue reading