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  1. CBS Could Cut Broadcast Signal if Aero Prevails

    CBS Corp Chief Executive Officer Leslie Moonves said the No. 1 rated broadcaster could offer its content directly to consumers over the Internet and cut off its trad...

  2. CBS to Air Thursday NFL Games

    The National Football League and CBS (NYSE:CBS) announced a deal that calls for the broadcast network to televise eight Thursday night games early next season.The NF...

  3. CBS Profit Jumps on Ads, TV Show Licensing

    CBS Corp (NYSE:CBS) recorded higher profit that met Wall Street expectations as the company collected more revenue from advertising and the licensing of television s...

  4. Time Warner Cable, CBS End Blackout With New Pact

    The month-long blackout of CBS (NYSE:CBS) on Time Warner Cable (NYSE:TWC) systems ended late Monday when the two companies agreed on how much the cable provider will...

  5. Football Season Shines Bright Light on CBS Blackout

    As Time Warner Cable (NYSE:TWC) and CBS (NYSE:CBS) continue to battleover programming costs, perhaps the biggest question facing both sides is coming due.Are you rea...

  6. CBS Reaches Expanded Deal With Verizon

    CBS (NYSE:CBS), still in the middle of a dispute with Time Warner Cable (NYSE:TWC), announced on Thursday a new carriage agreement that includes wider distribution o...

  7. CBS, Time Warner Cable Resume Talks

    Negotiations between Time Warner Cable (NYSE:TWC) and CBS Corp. (NYSE:CBS) resumed Thursday, as the blackout of CBS programming neared its seventh day.The two sides ...

  8. CBS's Moonves Says Time Warner Cable Proposals Not 'Sincere'

    CBS (NYSE:CBS) Chief Executive Les Moonves responded Tuesday to a letter from his counterpart at Time Warner Cable (NYSE:TWC), pushing back against the cable company...

  9. CBS CEO Dismisses TWC Proposal as 'Distraction'

    CBS Corp Chief Executive Officer Les Moonves on Tuesday rejected the latest proposal by Time Warner Cable Inc to end its blackout and dismissed the cable company's o...

  10. Time Warner Cable offers unconventional deal to end CBS blackout

    Time Warner Cable Inc Chief Executive Glenn Britt sent a letter to CBS Corp CEO Les Moonves on Monday offering a controversial new proposal to end the blackout of CB...

  11. Time Warner, CBS Rages On

    The head of Time Warner Cable (NYSE:TWC) proposed an end to the company's dispute with CBS Corp. over how much the cable provider should pay CBS for its programming,...

  12. CBS 2Q Profits Jump 11%, Exceed Forecasts

    CBS (NYSE:CBS) logged a stronger-than-expected 11% jump in second-quarter earnings on Wednesday as the media company benefited from stronger content licensing and di...

  1. Are CEOs paid too much?

    MaxFunds.com founder Jonas Max Ferris, Money Map Press’ Keith Fitz-Gerald and FBN’s Tracy Byrnes on CEO pay and the outlook for Apple.

  2. Fight over the future of TV

    R² all-star panel weighs in: ‘MediaBuzz’ host Howard Kurtz, former FCC commish Robert McDowell, serial entrepreneur Scott Kurnit, WSJ tech reporter Doug MacMillan and FBN’s Peter Barnes on the Supreme Court case of the broadcast networks vs. Aereo.

  3. Is advertising online the best bet?

    MSCO CEO Mark Stevens compares internet advertising with traditional television advertising.

  4. Truthiness: Colbert to Replace Letterman at CBS

    After hosting his own Comedy Central show for nearly a decade, comedian Stephen Colbert has been tapped to succeed David Letterman as host of CBS's (NYSE:CBS) "The L...

  5. CBS Outdoor Surges in Debut

    CBS Outdoor Americas' top executive says he plans to convince top advertisers to move more of their dollars toward billboards and other displays as the company split...

  6. Big bucks behind March Madness

    Webster University professor of economics Dr. Patrick Rishe and American Athletic Conference commissioner Mike Aresco on the importance of mobile and online to March Madness advertising.

  7. Media Companies Could Leverage Comcast Deal

    Media companies plan to press Comcast Corp for higher fees in the coming year, seeing an opportunity to squeeze better terms from the U.S. cable company as regulator...

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