What happened to the one-third of CBS Radio its CEO said it would sell?
So far, only one small trade with Beasley involving Miami and Philly.
Here is the latest from the ground.
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- The one thing that is making CEO Les Moonves drag his feet on selling the rest of his non-essential markets.
- Scary stuff for CBS employees -- who may be sniffing around the available smaller market CBS stations.
- One option that would blow the roof off the media business involves his possible plans for both radio and TV together.
- Les Moonves’ surprising end game.
- Plus, the big question – when?
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