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May 23, 2000 | TARA WEISS, HARTFORD COURANT
Amy Brenneman enters the WCBS-TV newsroom one afternoon clad in tight, black leather pants and heeled strappy sandals, her curly hair flowing freely over a black jacket. Her entourage of two publicists, a hairstylist and a makeup artist accompany her into a wardrobe room where she preps for her next interview.
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May 19, 2005 | Meg James, Times Staff Writer
Providing clear evidence that viewers under 50 are most important to TV networks, CBS on Wednesday announced that it had canceled four shows -- including one critics' favorite -- whose audiences are among the oldest in network television. "They called us the geezer network," CBS Chairman and Viacom Inc. Co-President Leslie Moonves told more than 2,000 advertising buyers and their clients gathered in Carnegie Hall.
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May 19, 2005 | Meg James, Times Staff Writer
Providing clear evidence that viewers under 50 are most important to TV networks, CBS on Wednesday announced that it had canceled four shows -- including one critics' favorite -- whose audiences are among the oldest in network television. "They called us the geezer network," CBS Chairman and Viacom Inc. Co-President Leslie Moonves told more than 2,000 advertising buyers and their clients gathered in Carnegie Hall.
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May 23, 2000 | TARA WEISS, HARTFORD COURANT
Amy Brenneman enters the WCBS-TV newsroom one afternoon clad in tight, black leather pants and heeled strappy sandals, her curly hair flowing freely over a black jacket. Her entourage of two publicists, a hairstylist and a makeup artist accompany her into a wardrobe room where she preps for her next interview.
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