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  1. CBS, Showtime Ink Multiyear Deal With China Streaming Service PPTV

    7:09 am 11/12/2015

    PPTV has 400 million users, making it China's leading SVOD service. Read more

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  2. OWN Orders Primetime Talk Show Starring Tyrese Gibson and Rev Run

    10:24 am 6/11/2015

    The project, from CBS Television Distribution, will focus on men, relationships, marriage and sex.Read more

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  3. Former Continental Media Partners Form New Film Venture

    6:30 am 4/21/2015

    Matthew Shreder and James Andrew Felts, backed by private equity group MCG, have formed Concourse Media. Read more

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  4. MIPCOM: Netflix Takes CBS, Showtime Series for Continental Europe

    12:54 am 10/13/2014

    'Elementary,' 'Dexter,' and 'Under the Dome' are among the shows Netflix will stream to European subscribersRead more

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  5. 'Arsenio Hall Show' Canceled; CBS TV Distribution Backpedals on Second Season

    2:30 pm 5/30/2014

    The syndicated late-night series will not continue on after Tribune, Sinclar and LIN station groups downgraded the series.Read more

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  6. 'Everybody Loves Raymond' To Be Inducted Into NAB Broadcasting Hall of Fame

    8:15 am 1/27/2014

    Cast members, including Ray Romano and Patricia Heaton, are expected to attend the induction, which will be held at the upcoming NAB Show.Read more

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  7. Barry Chamberlain New CBS Studios International President of Sales

    7:57 am 1/27/2014

    Chamberlain played a key role in the successful global roll-out of CBS' "Under The Dome."Read more

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  8. Amazon Studios Moving to Santa Monica Digs

    10:00 am 11/20/2013

    The online retailer's entertainment unit is leaving offices in Sherman Oaks for a space alongside CBS Television Distribution, Sony and Beats Electronics at the Winter Garden campus.Read more

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  9. CBS, Europe's RTL Group Partner on Asian TV Channels

    9:22 am 8/13/2013

    The joint venture will see the big TV companies launch two thematic networks in up to 29 Asian markets.Read more

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