NEW YORK, Sept 17 (Reuters) - CBS Corp, which owns 126 radio stations in the United States, will seek to decrease that number to somewhere in the "high 80s, low 80s," Chief Executive Les Moonves said on Wednesday.
CBS (NYSE: CBS ) CEO Les Moonves tells the audience at the Goldman Sachs Communicopia Conference that the company did just fine at the upfront advertising market
LOS ANGELES, Sept 10 (Reuters) - CBS Corp Chief Executive Leslie Moonves said on Wednesday the company could offer its premium cable TV channel Showtime directly to consumers in the future.
vote rights. National Amusements also controls Viacom via a similar method, where Redstone also serves as the chairman. Les Moonves has served as CEO and president of CBS since CBS and Viacom split in 2006 and has run CBS Broadcasting since 1998. Under
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content in the pay TV ecosystem while licensing some of its older content to Netflix NFLX and Amazon AMZN. Furthermore, Les Moonves said he expects other bidders to emerge to compete with streaming video offerings, and he will continue to keep his current
of CNET in mid-2008. However, over the next few years CBS is more likely to sell assets than make acquisitions. CEO Leslie Moonves has said he is open to selling local television and radio stations. Garnering retransmission fees from pay TV distributors
with a vote.) By the same means, National Amusements also controls Viacom VIA.B, where Redstone is its chairman, too. Les Moonves has served as CEO and President since CBS split off from Viacom in 2006. Setting aside various changes in the corporate structure
sales, and the Final Four), television revenue grew about 3%. When speaking about the most recent up-front market, CEO Les Moonves said he expects higher costs per impression to fuel strong revenue growth. However, we think the switch to commercial
have followed in the year since their breakup. None of these announcements changes our opinion of their shares. CBS' CEO Les Moonves was a keynote speaker at this past week's CES Conference in Las Vegas, where he announced two new partnerships. The first