Knowledge Identifier: &CBS_Radio
Founded in 1972.
Countries: United States (89%), (7%), United Kingdom (2%)
Linked to: CBS Corporation, Federal Communications Commission, New York Yankees, Infinity Broadcasting Corporation
CBS - The network continued to offer traditional radio programming through its nightly "CBS Radio Mystery Theater", the lone holdout of old-style programming, from 1974 through 1982
NBC - By 1990, the NBC Radio Network as an independent programming service was pretty much gone, becoming a brand name for content produced by Westwood One, and ultimately by, ironically, CBS Radio
In Philadelphia, WPHT, a frequency that had been the longtime home of the Philadelphia Phillies before parting ways after the 2001 season, reacquired the team's broadcast rights in 2005
Howard Stern - On February 28, 2006, CBS Radio filed a lawsuit against Stern, his agent and Sirius, claiming that Stern misused CBS broadcast time to promote Sirius for unjust enrichment during his last 14 months on terrestrial radio
On April 30, 2008, CBS Radio and AOL entered a partnership
As of October, 2011, AOL Radio is no longer a part of radio.com, having switched to Slacker Radio
Mike Francesa - On April 2, 2013 CBS Radio announced that Francesa was signed to a new multi-year contract to host Mike's On, as well as The NFL Now.
In 2015, the Chicago Cubs will move its radio broadcasts to CBS property WBBM from its longtime home of WGN
Chicago Cubs - However, the club has signed a deal with CBS Radio to move games to the latter's all-news station WBBM starting in the 2015 season
Cool for the Summer - Lovato's setlist at CBS Radio's 2015 We Can Survive event on October 24, 2015 included the song
Entercom - On November 1, 2017, Entercom announced a settlement with the Department of Justice, which allowed their merger with CBS Radio