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with the television network, radio station, and cable programming holdings of CBS, Inc., to create the world's second largest(2) media conglomerate (behind Time-Warner), having combined 1998 revenues of $18.9 billion.
As aptly characterized by Peter McCabe, CBS News was "a culture within a culture, a principality beholden to the larger kingdom of CBS, Inc." (Bad News at Black Rock: The Sell-Out of CBS News, 1987, p.
But by the mid-70s, with "60 Minutes' accounting for nearly one-third of CBS, Inc.'s total profits and ABC's "20/20' a success, the battle was winding down.
Other tenants include: CBS, Inc., The City University of New York, St Luke's Roosevelt Hospital, the Greater NY Hospital, and Ticketmaster.
Lalli's career includes twenty-six years in Broadcast/Media/Entertainment with CBS, Inc., where his last position was Vice-President and Chief Information Officer.
Harwood has acted as broker for an impressive roster of clients, including Rosecliff, Inc., Bechtel, Inc., CBS, Inc., Kalvin Miller International Inc., Cy Mann International Inc., Gryphon, Inc., Nancy Corzine, and Andrew Cuomo's HELP organization.
Lalli served 26 years in Broadcast/Media/Entertainment with CBS, Inc. His last position there was Chief Information Officer.
Harwood has acted as broker for a prestigious roster of tenants, including Rosecliff, Inc., Bechtel, Inc., CBS, Inc., Kalvin Miller International Inc., Cy Mann International Inc., Gryphon, Inc., Nancy Corzine, and Andrew Cuomo's HELP organization.