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CBS Television Network

LC control no.n 81108691
Descriptive conventionsrda
Corporate name headingCBS Television Network
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Variant(s)Columbia Broadcasting System, inc. CBS Television
CBS Television
CBS Inc. CBS Television Network
CBS Inc. Television Division
C.B.S. Television Network
CBS Inc. Television Network Division
CBS-TV
C.B.S.-TV
See alsoHierarchical subordinate: Cinema Center Films
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Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc.
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CBS Inc.
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CBS Corp.
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CBS Productions
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Beginning date1941
Found inTulane University. Mental illness, part I. [MP] 1955
Robinson, M.J. Over the wire and on TV, c1983: t.p. (CBS) verso t.p. (CBS Television Network)
CBS news. 1988-10-24 [MP] 1988 (CBS-TV)
Wikipedia, via WWW, Dec. 12, 2012 (CBS began television broadcasting in 1941; expanded network in 1950; Cinema Center Films est. 1967 as subsidiary of CBS)
Godfrey, D., ed. Historical dictionary of American radio, 1998: p. 83-84 (Columbia Broadcasting System came into being in the early days of radio broadcasting in the United States; in January, 1929, William S. Paley merged Columbia Phonograph Broadcasting [no pubs. in LC] with United Broadcasters [no pubs. in LC] to create the Columbia Broadcasting System; Paley encouraged quality radio shows, and set the standard for radio news reporting with Edward R. Murrow and his team of reporters covering World War II; Columbia began television programming in 1948)
International television almanac, 1962: p. 647-648 (Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc.; chairman of the board, William S. Paley; CBS Television Network, president, James T. Aubey, Jr.; CBS News, president, Richard Salant; CBS Radio, president, Arthur Hull Hayes)
Wikipedia WWW site, viewed December 28, 2018 CBS Productions (production arm of the CBS Television Network, now a part of CBS Corporation (formerly the Columbia Broadcasting System); formed in 1948 to produce shows in-house)