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CBS - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (3713 words)
CBS (formerly an acronym for Columbia Broadcasting System, its former legal name) is one of the largest television networks, and formerly one of the largest radio networks, in the United States.
One of the pioneer radio networks, from its earliest days CBS established a reputation for quality; prior to the fracturing of the market under cable television, CBS's television network was one of three which dominated broadcasting in the United States.
CBS is currently the most watched television network in the United States, with the prime draws being the CSI and Survivor franchises.
Transwiki:CBS - Yellowikis (2293 words)
CBS (Columbia Broadcasting System) is a major television network and radio broadcaster in the United States.
CBS suffered another embarrassment on September 8 of the same year, when the network aired a controversial episode of its popular newsmagazine, 60 Minutes, which questioned U.S. President George W. Bush's service in the National Guard.
CBS Evening News anchor and 60 Minutes reporter Dan Rather resigned prior to this announcement, though he claimed that the decision was made before the report.
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