Time Warner Cable is in play.
Les Moonves got them to pay double the compensation fee to carry network TV programming that Millennials are skipping out on.
CBS Radio set an acquisition price.
Netflix is killing the network TV business.
Radio now celebrates a pathetic 1% increase in revenue as “growth”.
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