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The original Viacom was created in 1952 as the television syndication division of CBS, and was spun off in 1971. However, in 1999, Viacom acquired its

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American mass media corporation This article is about the media conglomerate in operation since 2006. For the first incarnation of the company by the same name from 1997 to 1999, see Westinghouse Electric Corporation. For the media conglomerate that acquired the first incarnation in 1999 and ceased operations in 2006, see Viacom (1952–2006).

CBS CorporationCBS Corporation's headquarters on New York City.TypePublicTraded asNYSE: CBS.A (Class A)
NYSE: CBS (Class B non voting)
S&P 500 component (CBS)IndustryMass mediaFatePending merger with ViacomPredecessors
  • Viacom
  • Westinghouse Electric Corporation
FoundedJanuary 1, 2006; 13 years ago (2006-01-01)Headquarters
  • CBS Building
  • New York City, New York, US
Area servedWorldwide, with main operations in United States and AustraliaKey peopleStrauss Zelnick
(Interim Chairman)
Joseph Ianniello
(President and Acting CEO)ProductsMovie production, TV production, Broadcasting, Cable television, Record label, Publishing, InternetRevenue US$ 14.514 billion (2018)Operating income US$ 2.768 billion (2018)Net income US$ 1.960 billion (2018)Total assets US$ 21.86 billion (2018)Total equity US$ 2.80 billion (2018)OwnerNational Amusements (80% voting power)Number of employees~12,700 (2017)DivisionsCBS Entertainment
CBS Cable Networks
CBS Publishing
CBS Local Media
CBS Experiences[1]SubsidiariesCBS
CBS Interactive
CBS Records
CBS Sports Network
CBS Television Distribution
CBS Television Studios
CBS Films
Westinghouse Licensing
Showtime Networks
Simon & Schuster
Digital assets of TV Guide
The CW (50%)
Pop TV
Full list of assets hereWebsitewww.cbscorporation.comFootnotes / references
[note 1][2][3]

The second and current incarnation of CBS Corporation, an American multinational media conglomerate with interests primarily in commercial broadcasting, publishing, and television production, was formed as the legal successor to the original Viacom on January 1, 2006. It is one of two companies which succeeded the original Viacom, alongside the present-day Viacom; both are owned by National Amusements, a theater company controlled by billionaire Sumner Redstone. The spin-off was structured so that CBS Corporation would be the legal successor to the old Viacom, with the new Viacom being an entirely new company.[4]

CBS Corporation comprises the over-the-air television (CBS and The CW) broadcasting, television production and distribution, publishing, pay-cable, basic cable, and recording assets that were previously owned by old Viacom. It is currently the world's eighth largest entertainment company in terms of revenue, and is headquartered at the CBS Building in Midtown Manhattan, New York City.[5]

  • 1 Background
  • 2 History
    • 2.1 Re-merger with Viacom
  • 3 Corporate governance
  • 4 Assets
  • 5 Philanthropy
  • 6 See also
  • 7 Notes
  • 8 References
  • 9 External links

The original Viacom was created in 1952 as the television syndication division of CBS, and was spun off in 1971. However, in 1999, Viacom acquired its former parent, by this time also named CBS Corporation, formerly Westinghouse Electric. The prior CBS Corporation also owned CMT and The Nashville Network (now Paramount Network), which remained Viacom properties after the 2005 split, but the prior CBS did not own UPN, Showtime, Paramount Television, Paramount Parks, or Simon and Schuster.

History This section is in list format, but may read better as prose. You can help by converting this section, if appropriate. Editing help is available. (February 2017)

In March 2005, Viacom announced plans of looking into splitting the company into two publicly traded companies, amid issues of the stock price stagnating (although it was alleged that another main force behind the split was the Super Bowl XXXVIII halftime show controversy[citation needed], which led to MTV not being allowed to produce any more halftime shows, they had also produced the show for Super Bowl XXXV, the first Super Bowl CBS aired since regaining NFL rights and becoming MTV's corporate sibling).

Old separate Viacom logo (1990–2006).

On June 14, 2005, the Viacom Board of Directors approved the split of the company into two firms.[6] The CBS Corporation name would be revived for one of the companies, to be headed by longtime television executive (and Viacom co-President) Les Moonves, and would include CBS, UPN, Infinity Broadcasting, Viacom Outdoor, Showtime Networks, and Paramount's television studio.

The split was structured such that the new Viacom was spun off from the old Viacom, which was renamed CBS Corporation. In a sense, this was a repeat of the 1971 spinoff. However, in this case, CBS retained virtually all of the prior firm's broadcast TV assets, including its various syndication companies.

With the split, the two new companies began trading on the NYSE on January 3, 2006. Investors anticipated Viacom benefiting from the split, but instead, it dropped approximately 20 percent, while CBS Corporation rose 9 percent, that same year, Paramount Parks became a wholly owned theme park unit of CBS Corporation.[7]

Announced in January 2006, CBS and DIC Entertainment signed a multi-year deal in which DIC bought the Saturday morning airtime as "CBS's Saturday Morning Secret Slumber Party". In June 2006, DiC added a production partner AOL's KOL. Thus, this block would be called "KOL's Saturday Morning Secret Slumber Party on CBS".[8]

The CW logo

On January 24, 2006, CBS Corporation and Warner Bros. announced that they were to create a new broadcast network, The CW. The network officially debuted on September 18, 2006. The network formally debuted on September 20 with the 2-hour premiere of America's Next Top Model. The network is the result of a merger of The WB (a Warner Bros. holding) and UPN (a CBS Corporation holding). CBS Corporation and Time Warner each own 50% of the network. Tribune Broadcasting (which previously owned a 25% stake on The WB) and CBS Corporation will contribute its stations as new network affiliates.

Three days after the announcement of The CW, on January 27, CBS announced that it was selling its Paramount Parks division. On May 23, 2006, CBS Corporation sold Paramount Parks to the Cedar Fair Entertainment Company. With this acquisition, Cedar Fair became the third-largest theme park operator.[9] On June 30, 2006, Cedar Fair announced that it has completed its acquisition of Paramount Parks from CBS Corporation in a cash transaction valued at US$1.24 billion. The transaction included a 10-year license that allowed Cedar Fair to use the Paramount name in the parks through the 2017 season.[10]

On February 7, 2007, CBS announced it was selling seven stations in Providence, Rhode Island, Austin, Texas, Salt Lake City and West Palm Beach, Florida to Cerberus Capital Management for US$185 million.[11] It sold another station, WFRV-TV in Green Bay, Wisconsin, and its satellite station, WJMN-TV in Escanaba, Michigan, to Liberty Media on February 13, 2007.[12] News reports estimate the deal at about US$234 million. CBS is swapping the stations and US$170 million in cash for 7.59 million shares of CBS common stock held by Liberty Media.

On February 26, CBS announced that it will invest in Electric Sheep, which is a virtual world content developer. CBS hired Electric Sheep to develop some projects, including the creation of "The L-Word in Second Life". CBS also shot a commercial within the virtual world Second Life to promote its show Two and a Half Men. Another project that Electric Sheep was working on for CBS was a Star Trek-themed area in Second Life. By investing in Electric Sheep, CBS hoped to expand its activity "beyond the living room".[13] On March 20, CBS/CSTV had acquired MaxPreps, an online high school sports network.[14] On April 12, CBS Corporation announced the creation of the CBS Interactive Audience Network.[15] On May 30, CBS Interactive bought for £140 million.[16]

On May 15, 2008, CBS Interactive announced that it had agreed to buy CNET Networks for $1.8 billion, with the deal due to close in the third quarter of 2008.[17] During its July 2 noon newscast, KYW-TV, a CBS owned-and-operated station in Philadelphia, announced that its parent acquired CNET and was putting it under CBS Interactive.[18]

On February 14, 2013, CBS acquired a minority stake in AXS TV in exchange for programming and marketing.[19] On March 26, CBS and Lionsgate entered a 50/50 joint venture to operate the TV Guide Network (TVGN) and[20][21] On May 31, CBS bought the remaining half of TV Guide Digital from Lionsgate.[22] The latter still retained its share of TVGN (later rebranded as Pop) until it was acquired by CBS on March 12, 2019.[23] On July 16, CBS agreed to sell CBS Outdoor International to Platinum Equity for about $225M.[24] The CBS Outdoor division began trading as a separate company on the NYSE under "CBSO" on March 28, 2014. CBS Outdoor would be fully divested from CBS by July into an independent real estate investment trust, renamed as Outfront Media.

On February 2, 2017, CBS Corporation announces the sale of CBS Radio to Entercom, making that company the second-largest owner of radio stations in the United States.[25] The sale of CBS Radio to Entercom was approved on November 9,[26] and CBS Corporation completed the sale on November 17.[27] With this sale, CBS was the last of the American Big Three television networks to exit the radio industry, with the former NBC radio stations now a part of iHeartMedia, and ABC's former properties owned by Cumulus Media. On August 28, CBS Corporation announced the purchase of Australian broadcaster Network Ten. The network was previously in voluntary administration.[28]

As of November 2018, CBS Corporation ranked 197th on the Fortune 500 list of the largest United States corporations by revenue.[29] CBS Corp. sold Television City to Los Angeles real estate investment company Hackman Capital Partners for $750 million in a deal finalized in mid-December 2018. The deal gives the buyer the right to use the Television City name. Programs produced at Television City will continue to be based there as will CBS' international unit headquarters.[30]

Re-merger with Viacom

In September 29, 2016, National Amusements sent a letter to the company and Viacom, encouraging the two companies to merge back into one company.[31] On December 12, the deal was called off.[32]

On January 12, 2018, CNBC reported that Viacom had re-entered talks to merge back into CBS Corporation, after the AT&T-Time Warner merger was planned and the Disney's plan to acquire most of 21st Century Fox assets and the heavy competition from companies such as Netflix and Amazon.[33] Shortly afterward, it was reported that the combined company could be a suitor for acquiring the film studio Lionsgate (which currently handles U.S distribution and global sales for CBS Films).[34][35] A re-merger could benefit CBS's streaming service CBS All Access, as it could potentially have access to content from core Viacom brands such as Comedy Central, MTV, and Nickelodeon, and the Paramount Pictures library. Viacom's international presence could also benefit distribution.[36]

On March 30, 2018, CBS made an all-stock offer slightly below Viacom's market value, and insisting that its existing leadership, including long-time chairman and CEO Les Moonves, oversee the re-combined company. Viacom rejected the offer as being too low, requesting an increase by $2.8 billion, and requesting that Bob Bakish be maintained as president and COO under Moonves. It was reported these conflicts had resulted from Shari Redstone seeking more control over CBS and its leadership.[37][38]

Eventually, on May 14, 2018, CBS Corporation sued its and Viacom's parent company National Amusements and accused Shari Redstone of abusing her voting power in it and forcing a merger that was not supported by it or Viacom.[39][40] CBS also accused Redstone of discouraging Verizon Communications from acquiring it, which could have been beneficial to its shareholders.[41]

On May 23, Les Moonves stated that he considered the Viacom channels to be an "albatross," and while he favored more content for CBS All Access, he believed that there were better deals for CBS than the Viacom deal, such as Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Lionsgate or Sony Pictures. Moonves also considered Bakish a threat as he never wanted an ally of Shari Redstone as a board member of the combined company.[42] Following Moonves' resignation due to sexual harassment allegations, National Amusements agreed in September 2018 to defer any proposal of a CBS-Viacom merger for at least two years after the date of the settlement. In addition, the office of chairman will remain vacant until a new permanent CEO is appointed.[43]

On May 30, 2019, CNBC reported that CBS Corporation and Viacom would explore merger discussions in mid-June 2019. The company's board of directors was revamped with people who are open to a merger and the talks were made possible with the resignation of Moonves, who opposed all attempts for a Viacom merger. The talks had started following rumours of CBS acquiring Starz from Lionsgate.[44] Reports say that CBS and Viacom have set August 8 as an informal deadline for reaching an agreement to recombine the two media companies.[45][46]

On August 13, 2019, it was officially announced that CBS and Viacom would merge into a new entity known as ViacomCBS. Viacom CEO Bob Bakish will serve as CEO of the new company.[47][48]

Corporate governance

The board of directors of CBS Corporation include:[49]

  • Candace K. Beinecke
  • Barbara M. Byrne
  • Gary L. Countryman
  • Brian Goldner
  • Linda M. Griego
  • Robert N. Klieger
  • Martha L. Minow
  • Shari Redstone (Vice-Chair)
  • Sumner Redstone (Chairman emeritus)
  • Susan Schuman
  • Frederick O. Terrell
  • Strauss Zelnick (Interim Chairman)
Assets For a more comprehensive list, see List of assets owned by CBS Corporation. Philanthropy

In September 2018, CBS announced that it, together with former CEO Moonves, would be donating $20 million to #MeToo.[50][51]

See also
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  • Companies portal
  • CBS Corporation (1997), an old instance of the company, purchased by the old Viacom in 1999.
  • CBS Television Stations, the holding company that assumes operation of CBS Corp.'s television stations.
  • Concentration of media ownership and Media conglomerate
  • MTV Networks/BET Networks, part of the new Viacom corporation.
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  • Westinghouse Electric
  • CBS News
  • CBS Sports
  • CBS Interactive
  • CBS Building
  • CBS Broadcast Center
  • CBS Studio Center
  • Ed Sullivan Theater
Former/Defunct assets and predecessors
  • CBS Cable
  • CBS Paramount Domestic Television
  • CBS Paramount Network Television
  • DreamWorks
    • DreamWorks Home Entertainment
    • DreamWorks Television
    • Go Fish Pictures
  • Free FM
  • Famous Music
  • Famous Players
  • Gulf and Western Industries
  • Harmonix
  • King World Productions
  • Nickelodeon Kids & Family Virtual Worlds Group
  • Nickelodeon on Sunset
  • Nick GaS
  • NickMom
  • Neopets
  • CBS Television City
  • Paramount Comics
  • Paramount Parks
  • Paramount Stations Group
  • Paramount Vantage
  • Quizilla
  • Spelling Television
  • UPN
  • Worldvision Enterprises
  • Sundance Channel
  • CBS Outdoor
  • Terrytoons
  • CBS Theatrical Films
  • Cinema Center Films
  • Desilu Productions
  • RTL CBS Entertainment
  • RTL CBS Extreme
  • v
  • t
  • e
  • Baldwin-Westinghouse electric locomotives
    • Electrification of the New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railroad
  • Bryant Electric Company
  • Infinity Broadcasting Corporation
  • New England Westinghouse Company
  • Westinghouse Aviation Gas Turbine Division
  • Westinghouse Broadcasting
  • A2W reactor
  • List of Westinghouse locomotives
  • S2W reactor
  • Transit Expressway Revenue Line
  • George Westinghouse
Related companies
  • Viacom
  • CBS Corporation
  • Westinghouse Electronics
  • Westinghouse Electric Company
  • Westinghouse Licensing Corporation
  • White-Westinghouse
  • George Westinghouse Award
  • George Westinghouse Medal
  • Regeneron Science Talent Search
  • Westinghouse Works, 1904



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