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CBS Radio Has Novel Argument to Legal Demand to Stop Playing Pre-1972 Songs

Radio giant says it doesn't play Al Green's older recordings. Confused? Here's the explanation.

Hollywood Docket: CBS Sports Ex-Employee Sues for Gender and Racial Discrimination

Plus: a setback for Steven Tyler's lawyer in her fight over the singer's 'American Idol' deal.

Big Machine’s Scott Borchetta Confident Remaining Radio Conglomerates Will Agree to Share Revenue

The country label head talked about the importance of partnerships with Clear Channel, Target and other companies ahead of the TJ Martell Foundation Gala in New York.

Why Sports Radio Is Hitting It Out of the Park (Analysis)

With more than 27 million listeners tuning in on a weekly basis, the national networks are launching more audio spinoffs and paying big money for big personalities in a genre that's proved immune to…

CBS Radio Chief Exec: Sorry, Radio Is Far From Dead

On Aug. 24, THR noted the aging of some of radio's top hosts; in a guest column, Dan Mason responds.

‘Two and a Half Men’ Showrunner Lee Aronsohn Steps Down

Don Reo and Jim Patterson have been upped to co-showrunner with Chuck Lorre.

Steven Tyler Defends His Harsh Treatment of Aerosmith Bandmates (Video)

In an interview with CBS' "60 Minutes," the "American Idol" judge says: "I think my perfectionism and my busting everyone's chops is what got this band to where it is today."