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  1. CBS Ups Glenn Geller to Head of Current Programming at Network and Studio

    12:00 pm 6/19/2013

    The company veteran will now oversee programming at both operations, as the network's former topper, David Brownfield, exits for a development deal with CBS Television Studios.Read more

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  2. Neal Moritz Inks Overall Deal With CBS Television Studios

    12:00 pm 6/12/2013

    Through his Original Film banner, he and Vivian Cannon will develop and exec produce new projects for the studio, moving from Sony Pictures Television.Read more

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  3. Jason Alexander Attends Natural History Museum Centennial Gala

    3:03 pm 6/10/2013

    The L.A. event drew more than 900 patrons including CBS' Glenn Geller and Heather Gray.Read more

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  4. U.K.'s Channel 5 Takes CBS Drama 'Under the Dome'

    1:00 am 6/5/2013

    The production, from CBS Television Studios and Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Television, is based on Stephen King’s novel of the same name.Read more

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  5. Former CBS Exec David Shafer Joins Entertainment One

    8:22 am 3/18/2013

    The Los Angeles-based production executive will help oversee the Canadian producer's TV slate, including AMC's "Hell on Wheels," now in its third season. Read more

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  6. 'Homeland' Adds 'Judging Amy's' Barbara Hall as Co-Executive Producer (Exclusive)

    3:51 pm 2/20/2013

    The writer-producer also is developing a separate drama for CBS.Read more

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  7. CBS Television Promotes Amy Osler to SVP of Music

    10:04 am 8/28/2012

    The executive has worked on the studio's music integrations since coming over from Columbia Records in 2006.Read more

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  8. CBS Developing 'Brady Bunch' Reboot With Vince Vaughn

    12:48 pm 7/31/2012

    The multicamera comedy project would revolve around a divorced Bobby Brady who remarries to form a new blended family.Read more

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  9. CBS Sports' Sean McManus: How My Dad Covered the Munich Massacre

    10:00 am 7/27/2012

    Legendary sportscaster Jim McKay spent 16 continuous hours broadcasting the breaking story during the summer 1972 Olympic Games.Read more

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  10. CBS Television Studios Exec Julie McNamara Adds Cable Drama Development to Portfolio

    3:02 pm 6/14/2012

    Additionally, Karyn Smith-Forge joins the studio as vp of cable development.Read more

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