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CBS

abbreviation for
(Broadcasting) Columbia Broadcasting System
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CBS

Columbia Broadcasting System (a television network).
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Adam Klein, winner of Columbia Broadcasting System's (CBS) adventure reality game show "Survivor: Millennials vs.
It was performed as a Halloween episode of the series on Sunday, October 30, 1938, and aired over the Columbia Broadcasting System radio network.
Douglas opposed the Fairness Doctrine on the same grounds: "I fail to see," he wrote in 1973 in Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc.
Paley, the son of a cigar manufacturer, bought the company and changed its name to Columbia Broadcasting System, CBS, which remains the main rival of the National Broadcasting Company, NBC.
He has also served as a consultant to both the Columbia Broadcasting System and the BBC, as a member of the Israeli Council on Culture and Arts and the Israeli Film Council, and as a chairman of the U.S.
Because Judson was a major stakeholder in CCC's parent company, Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS), he was later pressured by government regulators to separate CCC from CBS, resulting in the 1948 formation of Columbia Artists Management, Inc.
The following year, on August 15, the Columbia Broadcasting System developed its own radio program on the Ca-Choo Club, titling it "Strange As It May Seem." The presentation featured Supreme Sneezer Edward Gusweiler, as well as a dramatization of a young couple unable to go out and socialize because of the husband's hay fever.
One example was Mercury Theater on the Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS), produced by the equally mercurial 23-year-old Orson Welles and John Houseman (p.

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