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The next CBS hit you see may be on Netflix

It looks like CBS is dipping its toe into the shallow waters of online content streaming. The company is working on creating shows specifically for services like Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Hulu, according to CBS chief Les Moonves. On an earnings call yesterday, Moonves said that CBS’s TV studio “will be producing more and more shows for more and more […]
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