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News and World Report;, ABC = American Broadcasting Companies; CBS = Columbia Broadcasting System; Yankelovich = Yankelovich Partners.
Indeed, national media powerhouses such as Chancellor Media, the Columbia Broadcasting System, and Clear Channel Communications each now own as many as hundreds of local broadcast stations running the gamut of formats from country and western to talk radio, from rock and roll to nonstop news.
5 the Columbia Broadcasting System began live Sunday broadcasts of the New York Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra.
I found a low-grade position with the Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS), but eventually got myself transferred to the company's research laboratory, where I led the development of a 300-MHz link for international broadcasts (broadcasts that were later taken over by Voice of America).
It was the future wonder boy of the American cinema, that prodigy Orson Welles, whose Mercury Theatre of the Air broadcast Sunday night plays for the Columbia Broadcasting System.
50 YEARS AGO: It is reported from New York that Frank Sinatra, now in London, has signed a pounds 1,000,000 television and radio contract with the Columbia Broadcasting System of America.
In the last stages of his life, what may be the ultimate modern tribute was paid him E the Columbia Broadcasting System aired a series of filmed interviews (by Walter Cronkite) in which he was treated with the respect usually accorded a head of state, and given a forum for his views few others have enjoyed.
created for television, and our benefactor, for the presenting network, can be regarded as little less than the Columbia Broadcasting System. Mind you, the ballet was given at 10:00 A.M.

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