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Adam Targum Fired at
NCIS: New Orleans
, Where Morale Problems Still Linger
“If a guy like this is put into a room with staff that’s been through a lot of trauma in the past two years, there are going to be problems.”
CBS Subpoenaed in New York in Les Moonves Sexual Misconduct Investigation
The New York County District Attorney’s Office and the New York City Commission on Human Rights are looking into allegations made against him.
Les Moonves Might Still Get a $120 Million Payout From CBS
Unless CBS determines the disgraced exec can be fired for cause.
Les Moonves Issues Statement Denying ‘Untrue Allegations’ After CBS Exit
The CBS CEO resigned Sunday after the release of a
report detailing more sexual harassment and assault claims against him.
How Will Les Moonves’ Exit Affect CBS?
His fall after three decades in the showbiz stratosphere is unquestionably a milestone moment. But will it make much of a difference?
Top CBS Exec Defends ‘Welcoming and Safe Culture’ Despite Moonves Allegations
The head of CBS Entertainment says they’re committed to a “collaborative, inclusive and safe workplace.”
Maria Elena Fernandez
Brad Kern and the House That Moonves Built at CBS
“When he [Brad Kern] was not fired… it seemed to me that Les must be enabling this kind of behavior.”
Will Les Moonves Hang On to His Job?
And what happens to CBS if he doesn’t?
Leslie Moonves Replaces Longtime Boss Sumner Redstone As CBS Chairman
The most powerful man in television just got a little more powerful.
Leslie Moonves on 20 Years at CBS
“We do terrific shows … For CBS to adapt? That’s totally the wrong word.”
Why the Upfronts Are Still Important (But Probably Won’t Be Forever)
There’s a reason the networks spend so much on shrimp and Stoli every spring, and it’s not that they like to party.
the 3-d revolution
Moonves Claims 3-D TV Hasn’t ‘Knocked Him Out’ Yet
CBS prez doesn’t think it’s “economically viable” in near term.
April Fools: Les Moonves Replaces
Big Bang Theory
Two and a Half Women
CBS prez Les Moonves took this advantage of this April Fools’ Day to make the surprise announcement of his network’s fake fall schedule.
End Up Beating
by ‘a Lot’?
In a word, yes.
managing for margins
CBS Wins 2008–2009 TV Ratings Race, While NBC Places Fourth
Good thing Ben Silverman is “managing for margins and not for ratings.”
NBC Upfronts: Ben Silverman Declares War on Repeats, Makes Peace With Obama
Perhaps most surprising of all, he restrained himself from going off on Nikki Finke!
decisions decisions decisions
What Does the Future Hold for Showtime?
The network just passed on four high-profile pilots they ordered, leaving them in a development hole.
Sumner Redstone Doesn’t Fear Jay Leno, Not One Bit
Sumner may be ancient, but he’s still as feisty as a 70-year-old.
CBS Warns Its Stars That If They Take a Pay Raise, Their Co-Stars Are Toast
We’re holding out for a hero!
Les Moonves Has Got David Caruso’s Back
Can Leno at 10 p.m. top
? Ain’t no way!