- CBS Snags CNET. Martin, Scott // Red Herring;5/15/2008, p1
The article reports on the acquisition of pioneering Internet media company CNET Networks by CBS for $1.8 billion in cash. According to CBS chief executive officer (CEO) Leslie Moonves, there are very few opportunities to acquire a profitable, growing, well-managed Internet company like CNET...
- Eye not eyeing Europe. Clarke, Steve // Daily Variety;9/14/2006, Vol. 292 Issue 51, p24
The article reports that CBS Corp. chief executive officer Leslie Moonves decided not to buy either U.K. web ITV or Euro producer Endemol despite the availability of financing from investment banks. He decided against the move because CBS does not have inside information on the television market...
- CBS acquires billboard firm. Szalai, Georg // Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;4/25/2008, Vol. 404 Issue 28, p35
The article reports that CBS Corp. has acquired South American billboard firm International Outdoor Advertising (IOA) Group for $110 million. IOA operates in Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Uruguay. According to CBS Corp.â€™s president Leslie Moonves, IOA has proven to be a high-growth...
- He goes with the status quo. Szalai, Georg // Hollywood Reporter;3/2/2010, Vol. 413 Issue 30, p6
The article presents views of Leslie Moonves, president and chief executive officer of CBS Corp., regarding the broadcasting of television programs in the U.S.
- Dream deal: CNN and CBS? Atkinson, Claire // Advertising Age;10/10/2005, Vol. 76 Issue 41, p6
This article reports on the possibility of a merger deal between Cable News Network (CNN) and CBS. Viacom talked about buying CNN back in June 2003 when then-President Mel Karmazin made an offer to Time Warner that was ultimately rejected. But with the need to find a future model for TV news,...
- FAR EAST WEB WAVE. Herskovitz, Jon // Daily Variety;04/17/2000, Vol. 267 Issue 32, p6
Reports on the planned merger between Japan-based cable television companies Jupiter Telecommunications and Titus Communications as of April 17, 2000. Details of the merger deal; Impact on the country's Internet industry.
- Japan's Top Cable Players Join Forces. Gray, Campbell // Multichannel News;07/03/2000, Vol. 21 Issue 27, p19
Focuses on the merger of Japan-based cable television companies, Jupiter Telecommunications Co. and Titus Communications Corp. Impact of the merger on creating the biggest cable operations in the country; Terms of the merger according to executives.
- Japan's Largest Cable TV Provider Selects AuthenTec DRM Fusionâ„¢ Content Protection Solution for New Video On Demand Services. // Wireless Satellite & Broadcasting;Jun2012, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p7
The article offers information on the collaboration of AuthenTec Inc. with Jupiter Telecommunications Co. Ltd. in order to provide Video On Demand(VOD) services of J:COM, a cable operator, to 2.5 million cable subscribersin Japan. It reports that J:COM will use downloadable DRM Fusion software...
- Changing TV World Means Programmers, Distributors Must Align Their Agendas. MOONVES, LESLIE // Variety;1/28/2015, Vol. 326 Issue 16, p45
The article presents CBS Corp. president and chief executive officer (CEO) Leslie Moonves' views on the challenges facing the movie, television and digital business including the merger of television (TV) and online.