The Skinny: Traveling to D.C. on Saturday for
Daily Dose: Although it doesn't look like
Big shoes to fill. CBS has tapped Stephen Colbert to replace
Tough birds. Will "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" meet its match in a few animated birds? That's what box office projectionists are forecasting. "Rio 2" and the latest "Captain America" are expected to take in around $40 million each this weekend. The original
Time to dance. Every spring, the broadcast networks spend millions making new shows for the fall season. Then they spend the summer trying to get Madison Avenue to pay big bucks to advertise in their shows in what is known as the "upfront market." It's called upfront because the ad time is bought in advance. The broadcast networks have done a remarkable job of raking in big bucks in the face of shrinking audiences and increased competition from cable and online. Will this year be a wake-up call? The Wall Street Journal takes an early look at this year's upfront market.
Stop this deal! Last month,
New digs. CBS Chairman and CEO
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