The month-long carriage standoff between CBS and Time Warner Cable has ended as the sides unveiled a wide-ranging content deal that calls for CBS network, Showtime and other channels blacked out…
Les Moonves Compensation
CBS has released the full letter CEO Les Moonves wrote to Time Warner Cable CEO Glenn Britt, in which Moonves calls the TWC a la carte proposal an “empty gesture” meant to “muddy the water and…
CBS and Time Warner Cable remained far from resolving their dispute blacking out the Eye in New York, L.A. and Dallas, with the broadcaster calling the cable operator's offer to carry locals on an a…
Time Warner Cable — after announcing it was removing local CBS stations in New York, L.A. and Dallas as well as Showtime and three other CBS cablers from lineups nationwide over a breakdown in…
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Leslie Moonves has inked a new deal with CBS Corp. that will keep him in the prexy-CEO post through June 2017.
CBS Corp. CEO Leslie Moonves kicked off Wall Street's fall conference season by laying down an ultimatum regarding Dish Network's Hopper DVR service and touting the strength of the Eye's advertising…
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CBS topper Leslie Moonves said Thursday that he believes two of three network partners backing Hulu "would back out today if they could," without specifying which nets.
CBS Corp. has struck a new long-term employment contract with prexy and CEO Leslie Moonves that will keep him at the helm of the Eye through 2011.
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