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Skyview Networks Inks Deal with CBS News Radio

Skyview Networks is teaming with CBS News Radio for distribution, inventory management and sales effective, January 1, 2018 under a multi-year agreement. "CBS News Radio will continue to provide the best original news reporting while also delivering individual service directly to affiliates to assure that our partners succeed in today's changing marketplace," said CBS News President David Rhodes.

"We are proud to forge a new partnership with CBS News Radio," added Skyview Networks President Ken Thiele. "This agreement powers CBS News Radio on sales and broadcast distribution operations to provide the finest and most accessible experience for affiliates, listeners and advertisers."

"Our new agreement with Skyview Networks will strengthen our distribution and advertising sales efforts," said CBS News CFO Charles Pavlounis. "This collaboration will assure our 30 million weekly listeners that they will continue to get the highest level of quality journalism they are accustomed to, while also providing for new opportunities for growth."

"It has been an honor to work with the CBS News executive team on their plans for CBS News Radio," added Skyview Networks Executive Vice President/General Manger Jeanne-Marie Condo. "Skyview is experiencing healthy, dynamic growth and CBS News Radio is designed to excel as an audio platform."

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