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  1. Martin Lawrence Inks Talent Deal With CBS

    4:45 pm 9/15/2011

    The pact would see the network and studio develop a show for the "Bad Boys" star. Read more

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  2. CBS Investigating 'Sherlock Holmes,' 'Mommy-Track Mysteries'

    6:23 pm 9/13/2011

    The network has ordered a script for the project based on the famed detective from “A Gifted Man” duo Sarah Timberman and Carl Beverly.Read more

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  3. 'Two and a Half Men's' Ashton Kutcher, Chuck Lorre Talk Charlie Sheen, Series Reboot

    1:38 pm 9/7/2011

    In a revealing interview, the CBS show's new star and creator, along with co-stars Jon Cryer and Angus T. Jones talk candidly about the behind-the-scenes drama and what to expect from the new season.Read more

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  4. David Letterman Becomes a Jihadist Target

    3:26 pm 8/17/2011

    A website frequently used by Al-Qaida posted an assassination threat against CBS' "Late Show" host. Read more

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  5. The Onion to Launch Toronto Edition

    9:39 am 7/5/2011

    The Toronto Star newspaper is backing The Onion's first foray outside the U.S. market, and into Canada's largest media market. Read more

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  6. Doug Smith On Top At CBS Studios Int'l Canada

    8:24 am 6/15/2011

    Veteran Canadian distributor Doug Smith is to head up CBS Studios International's Canadian arm. Read more

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  7. Los Angeles Screenings: Will New-Look Canadian Buyers Be High Rollers or Tightwads?

    6:35 am 5/13/2011

    After a wave of industry consolidation, Canadian broadcasters under new owners could be cautious buyers of new and returning U.S. shows as they descend on Los Angeles for their annual Hollywood shopping expedition. Read more

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  8. International Buyers Hot for 'The Borgias'

    1:44 am 4/5/2011

    CBS Studios sells Showtime drama across Europe, Asia at MipTV.Read more

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  9. Danny Comden Inks Blind Script Deal With CBS (Exclusive)

    11:50 am 3/31/2011

    In addition to a part in CBS’ untitled sports radio pilot, the "Dirt" star signed a writing pact with The Tannenbaum Co./Paramount for CBS Television Studios.Read more

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