Quotable: Les Moonves on Partisan Gridlock

"Sometimes the amount of contention going on in Washington is a very good thing for our business," Les Moonves, at a luncheon today in Beverly Hills, in which he estimated that CBS Corp. stood to take a 10% chunk of the political dollars already flowing to broadcast coffers.

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