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CBS

(Cell Broadcast Service) See cell broadcast.
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Advertising revenues grew 18%, driven by the broadcast of Super Bowl LIII on the CBS Television Network.
Terms of the deal have not been disclosed, but CBS is expected to pay the NFL more for live-streaming rights.
The final exchange ratio will be calculated, depending on the average of the daily volume-weighted average prices of CBS Class B and CBS Outdoor shares on 7, 8 and 9 July, CBS said.
Under Moonves' guidance, CBS has maintained its dominance as the No.1 TV network in the US, while the Showtime pay-cable network has significantly increased its viewership, subscription fees and critical acclaim.
CBS has been defined as an "acute hemorrhage (usually transoral or transcervical) with exposure of part of the carotid artery" following surgery for cervical malignancy (usually squamous cell carcinoma).
Don Hewitt, executive producer of 60 Minutes, and Mike Wallace, principal correspondent on the tobacco story, went public with their complaints about the CBS decision, including the fact that it was based on lawyers' advice.
much of WGPR's trademark programming, while still operating the station as a CBS affiliate.
Following its determination that the newsgathering privilege did not protect CBS from compelled disclosure, the court reviewed the videotape in question and determined nothing on that tape would support the defendant's motion for suppression.
First Winthrop Associates was represented by Bruce Saber and Elyse Holtzman of Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver and Jacobson and CBS, Inc.
NEW YORK, May 25, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- CBS Corporation (NYSE: CBS.A and CBS) announced today that its Board of Directors has approved a quarterly dividend on the Company's stock of $.18per share.
CBS (CBS.A, CBS) announced the final results of its offer to shareholders to exchange their issued and outstanding shares of CBS Class B common stock for shares of CBS Radio common stock owned by CBS as part of its agreement to combine CBS Radio with a subsidiary of Entercom Communications (ETM).