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- CBS is the only other network to televise two Super Bowls (I and II) in a row.
- CBS is currently the most watched television network in the United States, with the prime draws being the CSI and Survivor franchises.
- CBS was slow to move into television; as late as 1950 it owned only one station; radio continued to be the backbone of the company.
- CBS is now the only broadcast television network with its original radio link, though both Fox News and CNN have a significant radio presence.
- CBS was one of the three commercial television networks that dominated broadcasting in the United States before the rise of cable television.
- Hamilton was a skating commentator for CBS television for many years, beginning in 1985.
- Nelson also called NFL games for CBS television for many years.
- Galaxy High is an American science fiction animated series that premiered on September 13, 1986 on CBS and ran for 13 episodes until December 6, 1986.
- Love is a Many Splendored Thing is an American daytime soap opera which aired on CBS from Monday, September 18, 1967 to Friday, March 23, 1973.
- Love is a Many Splendored Thing was a soap opera which aired on CBS from September 18, 1967 to March 23, 1973.
- The show returned to CBS on January 2, 1949, as part of CBS president William S. Paley 's notorious "raid" of NBC talent in 1948-49.
- In the meantime, CBS lost several affiliates (mainly owned by New World Communications) to FOX, and ratings for its other programming languished.
- And so the same should be said of the announcing teams assigned by the three networks - CBS, Fox and NBC - carrying the postseason.
- Debuting on CBS on January 18, 1975 The Jeffersons lasted 11 seasons compared to All in the Family's 9 seasons.
- He called Cardinals games on radio for KMOX in 1984 before moving to CBS television for two seasons.
- Theismann joined ESPN after spending two seasons as an NFL analyst for CBS Sports.
- After just one season, Gleason and CBS agreed to cancel The Honeymooners, which aired its 39th and last original episode on September 22, 1956.
- Gleason and Art Carney also made a television movie, Izzy and Moe, which aired on CBS in 1985.
- Petticoat Junction was an American situation comedy produced by Filmways, which originally aired on the CBS network from 1963 to 1970.
- Picket Fences is a 60-minute drama which initially ran from September 18, 1992 to June 26, 1996 on the CBS television network in the United States.
- Don Redman had a musical television show on the CBS Television network for the 1949 season.
- In late 2005, Viacom split itself and reestablished CBS Corporation with the CBS television network at its core.
- The Tony Awards will be broadcast in a live three-hour ceremony from Radio City Music Hall on the CBS television network on Sunday, June 13, 2010.
- It first debuted on the CBS television network on March 26, 1973, replacing Where the Heart Is and Love is a Many Splendored Thing.
- Search for Tomorrow was a soap opera which aired on the CBS television network from September 3, 1951 to March 26, 1982.
- I played for the New York Giants and CBS covered most of those games.
- CBS holds what is generally called the AFC package (AFC away games), and Fox holds what is referred to as the NFC package (NFC away games).
- He appeared on an episode of "Touched By An Angel" on CBS television during the '96-'97 season, and hosted his own television program, "Fanfare", in 1965.
- Family Feud Challenge aired its last new episode on March 26, 1993, although reruns continued on CBS until September 10.
- The pilot episode was produced to be sold to CBS in 1988, but was rejected by that network.
- Following the game, CBS aired the pilot episode of Airwolf.
- February 22 - A new, revised, color production of Rodgers and Hammerstein 's Cinderella airs on CBS. Lesley Ann Warren makes her TV debut in the title role.
- Tom Brookshier, who previously served as Summerall's color commentator prior to Madden, replaced Glieber in the NFL on CBS broadcast booth.
- In 1990 he went from the broadcast booth to the pre-game studio shows anchoring the NFL Today pre-game shows on CBS and later on FOX NFL Sunday.
- The game was broadcast in the United States by CBS with Greg Gumbel handling the play-by-play duties and color commentator Phil Simms in the broadcast booth.
- Prior to joining CBS, Dierdorf spent more than a decade with ABC on its "Monday Night Football" crew.
- Boomer Esiason replaced Gifford in 1998, and Dierdorf left for a return to CBS in 1999.
- Prior to returning to CBS Sports, Greg Gumbel worked for NBC Sports (1994-1998) in a variety of roles.
- Greg Gumbel returned to the CBS Sports in January 1998 as host and play-by-play announcer.
- Greg Gumbel is a top sportscaster at CBS. He was born in New Orleans and moved to Chicago in the fourth grade.
- Dick Stockton[ 22] was the lead voice of the NBA on CBS from 1981 to 1990.
- As the 1950s began, Murrow began appearing on CBS Television, in editorial "tailpieces" on the CBS Evening News and coverage of special events.
- On December 1 2005, it was reported that Katie Couric, host of NBC 's Today morning show, was considering CBS's offer to take over the CBS Evening News.
- BRYAN NORCROSS is the on-air hurricane analyst for CBS News, appearing nationally on the CBS Evening News and other programs.
- CBS Evening News is broadcast live on ATV World in Hong Kong daily (except on certain weekends).
- In February 1979, CBS Sports took a gamble and broadcast live the Daytona 500 stock car race, a premier NASCAR event.
- The first Canadian series to air in prime time in the United States was Due South, also airing on CTV and CBS, in 1994.
- CBS gave RHD two chances to capture a wider audience by airing two episodes on Saturday night.
- CBS began covering the race by the early 1980s, airing them tape-delayed and edited the day before the Daytona 500.
- As the World Turns (ATWT) is the second longest-running American television soap opera (the first being Guiding Light), airing each weekday on CBS.
- The radio soap opera The Guiding Light became the first television soap when it began to air on CBS in 1950.
- Kreizman has been part of the writing team for the long running CBS Daytime soap opera, Guiding Light, since the late 1990's.
- Good Times is an American sitcom that was originally broadcast from February 8, 1974 until August 1, 1979 on the CBS television network.
- The Jeffersons is an American sitcom that was broadcast on CBS from January 18, 1975 through June 25, 1985, lasting 11 seasons, and a total of 253 episodes.
- Murphy Brown was a American sitcom which aired on CBS from November 14, 1988 to May 18, 1998.
- Murphy Brown was an American situation comedy which aired on CBS from November 14, 1988 to May 18, 1998.
- For the past few decades, the NFL has always let CBS be the "singleheader" network during the week it televises the Men's U.S. Open Tennis final at 4:05 p.m.
- In 1966, the New York Yankees, who in the year before, played 21 Games of the Week for CBS joined NBC's package.
- Prior to 1990, CBS aired the Saturday Game of the Week from 1954 - 1965.
- Without baseball, Gowdy fulfilled his NBC contract by calling football and other events, but left, and eventually called baseball for CBS Radio.
- In the CBS TV series, Dallas the character Nicholas Pearce (Jack Scalia) states he knows Romania so well since he's a good friend of Nadia Comăneci.
- After Dallas became a hit, CBS asked Jacobs to adapt Knots Landing as a spinoff of that show, hoping to extend its success.
- CBS made it work for "Knots Landing," which pulled a character from the hit "Dallas" and earned a 14-year run.
- As a result of this version, Family Feud became only one of a handful of game shows to air on three different networks (the other two being ABC and CBS).
- On July 4, 1988, the new version of Family Feud premiered on CBS (replacing a brief revival of The $25,000 Pyramid), with a new host, comedian Ray Combs.
- During the six year run of Match Game on CBS, this only happened one time, and during the later "Star Wheel" bonus round era of the show.
- Gameplay was the same as the CBS version of Match Game, including the Star Wheel bonus in the Head-to-Head Match, but two slight changes were made.
- Match Game, which dates from the 1960s but is best known for its CBS daytime run of the 1970's, is one such example.
- Up until 2006 in the United States, ABC, CBS, and FOX have availed the opportunities of telecasting the Super Bowls in rotation.
- The team of Madden and Summerall would go on to call eight Super Bowls together (five for CBS and three for Fox).
- The Super Bowl Today is only broadcast during years when CBS has rights to televise the Super Bowl.
- On December 13, 1966, the rights to the Super Bowl for four years were sold to CBS and NBC for $9.5 million.
- Visser covered the NCAA Final Four and Super Bowl for ESPN. She joined CBS Sports in 1984 and became full-time in 1987.
- He has called the NCAA basketball tournament on CBS; tennis at the 1992 Barcelona Summer Olympics with Bud Collins on NBC; and the NBA Playoffs on TBS.
- Eagle also has called the NBA playoffs for NBA-TV the last four years alongside analyst, and CBS Sports colleague, Bill Raftery.
- On CBS, viewers were watching a report from correspondent Allen Pizzey, who was also reporting from Baghdad, when the war began.
- Dr. Watkins is a regular guest on CNN, FOX News, BET, CBS, ESPN, and other national media.
- The CBS Evening News is shown in the UK on Sky News, despite the fact that Sky is part of News Corporation (owners of Fox News).
- The executives, Roger Ailes of Fox News and Andrew Heyward of CBS News, testified on behalf of their networks, not as members of the news service board.
- Coincident with his work with NBC and later CBS, Ryan also served as the play-by-play voice of the New York Islanders for five seasons in the late 1970s.
- CBS also aired several primetime animated specials based on the work of Dr. Seuss (Theodor Geisel), beginning with How the Grinch Stole Christmas in 1966.
- Thank you to the thousands of wonderful professionals at CBS News, past and present, with whom it's been my honor to work over these years.
- Yet ten years later, in 1982, CBS was talked into another try at Hollywood, in a joint venture with Columbia Pictures and HBO called Tri-Star Pictures.
- Yet ten years later, in 1982, CBS was talked into another try at Hollywood, in a joint venture with Columbia Pictures and HBO called TriStar Pictures.
- Tri-Star Pictures, a joint venture of Columbia Pictures, HBO, and CBS, releases its first film.
- Journal staffer Peter Sanders offers commentary on the game and the CBS telecast.
- The CBS telecast was viewed in an estimated 27,450,000 homes, the top-rated one-day telecast ever at the time.
- CBS also rebroadcast their most recent Super Bowl (XXI) telecast for the 1987 strike.
- The show ran during the regular TV seasons on CBS (last show was September 10, 1957) and ran on NBC-TV in the summers of 1953 and 1954.
- AfterMASH was an American situation comedy that aired on CBS from September 26, 1983 to May 31, 1985.
- The CBS television network produced and transmitted the program from September 26 (September 20 for the pilot episode, "Cocoon"), 1968 to April 5 1980.
- Television, CBS canceled the series after one season with a total of 22 episodes.
- ET. Starting in the 2006 NFL season, both CBS and FOX are given eight total doubleheaders during the first sixteen weeks of the regular season.
- Warrick Brown's character will not return in Season 9, as Gary Dourdan and CBS could not come to terms on a contract.
- CBS often used the same analysts for both the NBA Playoffs and NCAA Tournament.
- He joined CBS in 1996 as a play-by-play voice for the NCAA Tournament.
- For the current incarnation of this show on CBS, see The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson.
- For some reason, CBS took him off, put him on the NFL Today for two seasons, then placed him on the #2 team with Dan Dierdorf.
- He teams with his partner, Dan Dierdorf every season to call exciting NFL play-by-play action across the country on CBS.
- GREG GUMBEL and PHIL SIMMS, CBS -- This pains me because Simms is a hell of a nice guy and a person I've consulted with many times through the years.
- Greg was the #1 guy on the NFL on CBS and I liked he and Phil Simms.
- CBS will televise the game nationally with Jim Nantz handling play-by-play duties and Phil Simms as the analyst.
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