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Groucho MarxMar 27, 1943

ColumbusOct 5, 1949

Desi ArnazOct 15, 1951

Walter CronkiteFeb 1, 1953

Jacques CousteauJan 17, 1954

Clint EastwoodJan 9, 1959

Vera MilesFeb 26, 1960

Judy GarlandSep 29, 1963

Bob DenverSep 26, 1964

Barbra StreisandApr 28, 1965

Dr. SeussDec 18, 1966

Steve AllenJun 14, 1967

George SteinbrennerJan 3, 1973

Bill BixbyMar 10, 1978

Paul McCartneyMar 16, 1979

Brooke ShieldsNov 19, 1980

Michael JacksonFeb 7, 1984

George BushJan 25, 1988

David LettermanJan 14, 1993

Mary Tyler MooreSep 28, 1995

Craig FergusonJan 3, 2005

David KrumholtzJan 23, 2005

Charlie SheenMar 7, 2011

Jennifer Love HewittJul 1, 2014

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Cbs - Historical Events
Date Event
1921-03-21

Walter Kerr Theater (Ritz, CBS, NBC, ABC) opens at 223 W 48th St NYC

1927-01-11

Royale Theater (Golden, CBS Radio Playhouse) opens at 242 W 45th NYC

1929-01-03

27 year old William S Paley becomes CBS pres

1929-01-08

CBS radio network buys WABC in NYC

1929-09-02

WOR (NYC) ends affiliation with CBS radio network

1930-09-29

Lowell Thomas made debuts on CBS Radio replacing Floyd Gibbons

1931-05-01

Singer Kate Smith begins her long-running radio program on CBS

1932-10-11

1st political telecast (Democratic National Committee) at CBS, NYC

1932-10-20

Journalist Robert Trout joins CBS

1932-11-07

1st broadcast of "Buck Rogers in the 25th century" on CBS-radio

1936-09-28

Bachelor's Children debuts on CBS radio (at 9:45 am)

1938-03-13

World News Roundup is broadcast for the first time on CBS Radio in the United States.

1939-11-06

WRGB TV channel 6 in Schenectady-Alby-Troy, NY (CBS) 1st broadcast

1940-01-22

1st radio broadcast of "Road to Happiness" on CBS

1940-03-23

1st radio broadcast of "Truth or Consequences" on CBS

1940-04-21

1st $64 Question, "Take It or Leave It," on CBS Radio

1940-04-29

1st radio broadcast of "Young Dr Malone" on CBS

1940-09-04

CBS begins broadcasting TV as station W2XAB

1941-07-01

1st coml TV licenses granted-W2XBS-WNBT (NBC) & WCBW (CBS), NYC

1941-07-01

WCBW (now WCBS) TV channel 2 in NY, NY (CBS) begins broadcasting

1942-08-09

CBS radio broadcasts the debut of "Our Secret Weapon."

1943-03-27

Blue Ribbon Town (with Groucho Marx) 1st heard on CBS Radio

1944-10-08

"Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet" debut on CBS radio

1945-04-30

"Arthur Godfrey Time" begins a 27 year run on CBS radio

1946-09-29

"Adventures of Sam Spade" debuts on CBS Radio

1947-02-19

CBS radio premiere of Villa-Lobos' "Bachianas Brasilieras No 3"

1948-01-18

Ted Mack's "Original Amateur Hour" begins, DuMont (later NBC/ABC/CBS)

1948-02-06

KNXT (now KCBS) TV channel 2 in Los Angeles, CA (CBS) 1st broadcast

1948-03-11

WBAL TV channel 11 in Baltimore, MD (CBS) begins broadcasting

1948-03-15

WCAU TV channel 10 in Philadelphia, PA (CBS) begins broadcasting

1948-03-20

1st live televised musical Eugene Ormandy on CBS followed in 90

1948-04-22

WTVR TV channel 6 in Richmond, VA (CBS) begins broadcasting

1948-05-14

WBEN (now WIVB) TV channel 4 in Buffalo, NY (CBS) begins broadcasting

1948-05-16

CBS news correspondent George Polk's body is found in Greece

1948-06-20

"Toast of the Town" hosted by Ed Sullivan premieres on CBS-TV

1948-06-21

WNAC (now KNEV) TV channel 7 in Boston, MA (CBS) begins broadcasting

1948-07-26

1st black host of a network show-CBS' Bob Howard Show

1948-10-24

WJBK TV channel 2 in Detroit, MI (CBS) begins broadcasting

1948-12-11

WHEN (now WTVH) TV channel 5 in Syracuse, NY (CBS) begins broadcasting

1948-12-22

KPIX TV channel 5 in San Francisco, CA (CBS) begins broadcasting

1949-01-02

KDKA TV channel 2 in Pittsburgh, PA (CBS) begins broadcasting

1949-01-10

1st Jewish family show "Goldbergs" premieres on CBS

1949-01-12

"Arthur Godfrey & His Friends" premieres on CBS TV

1949-01-16

WTOP (now WUSA) TV channel 9 in Washington, DC (CBS) 1st broadcast

1949-01-18

"They Stand Accused" courtroom drama premieres on CBS (later DuMont)

1949-01-26

WHIO TV channel 7 in Dayton, OH (CBS) begins broadcasting

1949-03-08

WAGA TV channel 5 in Atlanta, GA (CBS) begins broadcasting

1949-03-16

KFMB TV channel 8 in San Diego, CA (CBS) begins broadcasting

1949-03-21

WTVJ TV channel 4 in Miami, FL (NBC/CBS) begins broadcasting

1949-06-01

KSL TV channel 5 in Salt Lake City, UT (CBS) begins broadcasting

1949-06-06

"It Pays To Be Ignorant" game show debut on CBS-TV

1949-07-01

WCCO TV channel 4 in Minneapolis-St Paul, MN (CBS) begins broadcasting

1949-07-02

"Red Barber's Clubhouse" sports show premieres on CBS (later NBC) TV

1949-07-15

WBTV TV channel 3 in Charlotte, NC (CBS) begins broadcasting

1949-07-26

WCPO TV channel 9 in Cincinnati, OH (CBS) begins broadcasting

1949-09-01

KMTV TV channel 3 in Omaha, NB (CBS/NBC) begins broadcasting

1949-09-15

WJXT TV channel 4 in Jacksonville, FL (CBS) begins broadcasting

1949-09-22

WFMY TV channel 2 in Greensboro-High Point, NC (CBS) 1st broadcast

1949-09-29

"Front Page" debuts on CBS-TV

1949-09-29

"Inside USA With Chevrolet" debuts on CBS-TV

1949-10-05

WBNS TV channel 10 in Columbus, OH (CBS) begins broadcasting

1949-11-30

KOTV TV channel 6 in Tulsa, OK (CBS) begins broadcasting

1949-12-01

WBNG TV channel 12 in Binghamton, NY (CBS) begins broadcasting

1949-12-03

KRLD (now KDFW) TV channel 4 in Dallas-Fort Worth, TX (CBS) begins

1949-12-19

WJW TV channel 8 in Cleveland, OH (CBS) begins broadcasting

1950-02-02

1st broadcast of "What's My Line," on CBS-TV

1950-02-15

KENS TV channel 5 in San Antonio, TX (CBS) begins broadcasting

1950-02-16

Longest-running prime-time game show, "What's My Line" begins on CBS

1950-03-27

WHAS TV channel 11 in Louisville, KY (CBS) begins broadcasting

1950-04-02

WTAR (now WTKR) TV channel 3 in Norfolk, VA (CBS) begins broadcasting

1950-05-01

WJIM (now WLNS) TV channel 6 in Lansing, MI (CBS) begins broadcasting

1950-06-01

WKZO (now WWMT) TV channel 3 in Kalamazoo, MI (CBS) 1st broadcast

1950-07-01

WHBF TV channel 4 in Rock Island, IL (CBS) begins broadcasting

1950-07-10

"Your Hit Parade" premieres on NBC (later CBS) TV

1950-07-20

"Arthur Murray Party" premieres on ABC TV (later DuMont, CBS, NBC)

1950-10-11

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission issues the first license to broadcast television in color, to CBS

1951-06-25

1st color TV broadcast-CBS' Arthur Godfrey from NYC to 4 cities

1951-06-28

"Amos 'n' Andy" premieres on CBS TV

1951-07-14

1st color telecast of a sporting event (CBS-horse race)

1951-09-03

TV soap opera "Search for Tomorrow" debuts on CBS

1951-09-09

1st broadcast of "Love of Life" on CBS-TV

1951-09-19

1st broadcast of "Search for Tomorrow" on CBS-TV

1951-09-29

1st color telecast of football game on network, Phila (CBS)

1951-10-15

"I Love Lucy" debuts on CBS TV

1951-10-15

"I Love Lucy", starring Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, debuts on CBS

1952-06-19

"I've Got A Secret" debuts on CBS-TV with Garry Moore as host

1952-11-13

KLBK TV channel 13 in Lubbock, TX (CBS) begins broadcasting

1952-11-27

KTBC TV channel 7 in Austin, TX (CBS) begins broadcasting

1952-12-07

KKTV TV channel 11 in Colorado Spgs-Pueblo, CO (CBS) 1st broadcast

1952-12-14

KROD (now KDBC) TV channel 4 in El Paso, TX (CBS) begins broadcasting

1952-12-21

WSBT TV channel 22 in South Bend, IN (CBS) begins broadcasting

1953-01-06

WKBN TV channel 27 in Youngstown, OH (CBS) begins broadcasting

1953-01-13

KOLD TV channel 13 in Tucson, AZ (CBS) begins broadcasting

1953-01-16

KXLY TV channel 4 in Spokane, WA (ABC/CBS) begins broadcasting

1953-01-25

WABI TV channel 5 in Bangor, ME (CBS) begins broadcasting

1953-01-28

WJTV TV channel 12 in Jackson, MS (CBS) begins broadcasting

1953-02-01

"General Electric Theater" premieres on CBS TV; Ronald Reagan later hosts

1953-02-01

"You Are There" with Walter Cronkite premieres on CBS television

1953-02-18

KOLN TV channel 10 in Lincoln, NB (CBS) begins broadcasting

1953-03-01

KAUZ TV channel 6 in Wichita Falls, TX (CBS) begins broadcasting

1953-03-01

WTAJ TV channel 10 in Altoona, PA (CBS) begins broadcasting

1953-03-14

KOLR TV channel 10 in Springfield, MO (CBS) begins broadcasting

1953-03-17

WBAY TV channel 2 in Green Bay, WI (CBS) begins broadcasting

1953-04-01

KXMC TV channel 13 in Minot, ND (CBS/ABC) begins broadcasting

1953-04-04

KFDA TV channel 10 in Amarillo, TX (CBS) begins broadcasting

1953-04-05

WEYI TV channel 25 in Saginaw, MI (CBS) begins broadcasting

1953-04-15

WHP TV channel 21 in Harrisburg, PA (CBS) begins broadcasting

1953-04-19

WAFB TV channel 9 in Baton Rouge, LA (CBS) begins broadcasting

1953-04-23

WCOV TV channel 20 in Montgomery, AL (IND/CBS) begins broadcasting

1953-06-03

KVOS TV channel 12 in Bellingham/Vancouver, WA (CBS) begins

1953-06-07

WDAU (now WYOU) TV chan 22 in Scranton Wilkes-Barre, PA (CBS) begins

1953-06-11

"Amos 'n Andy" TV Comedy, also radio from '29; last aired on CBS

1953-06-15

WLFI TV channel 18 in Lafayette, IN (CBS) begins broadcasting

1953-06-19

WCSC TV channel 5 in Charleston, SC (CBS) begins broadcasting

1953-06-26

KCTV (now KLST) TV channel 8 in San Angelo, TX (CBS) 1st broadcast

1953-07-01

KLAS TV channel 8 in Las Vegas, NV (CBS) begins broadcasting

1953-07-01

KTVH (now KWCH) TV channel 12 in Hutchinson-Wichita, KS (CBS) begins

1953-07-19

KIMA TV channel 29 in Yakima, WA (CBS) begins broadcasting

1953-08-14

KXLF TV channel 4 in Butte, MT (CBS/ABC) begins broadcasting

1953-08-29

KHSL TV channel 12 in Chico, CA (CBS) begins broadcasting

1953-09-01

WNOK (now WLTX) TV channel 19 in Columbia, SC (CBS) 1st broadcast

1953-09-11

WEHT TV channel 25 in Evansville, IN (CBS) begins broadcasting

1953-09-23

KHQA TV channel 7 in Hannibal-Quincy, MO (CBS) begins broadcasting

1953-09-26

KERO TV channel 23 in Bakersfield, CA (CBS/NBC) begins broadcasting

1953-09-27

KCMO (now KCTV) TV channel 5 in Kansas City, MO (CBS) begins

1953-09-27

KNOE TV channel 8 in Monroe-West Monroe, LA (CBS) begins broadcasting

1953-09-27

KOLO TV channel 8 in Reno, NV (ABC/CBS) begins broadcasting

1953-09-27

WMAZ TV channel 13 in Macon, GA (CBS/ABC) begins broadcasting

1953-09-27

WTOK TV channel 11 in Meridian, MS (ABC/CBS) begins broadcasting

1953-09-28

"Juvenile Jury" TV Children's last airs on NBC, moved to CBS

1953-09-28

"Racket Squad" TV Crime Drama last airs on CBS

1953-09-30

WMT (now KGAN) TV channel 2 in Cedar Rapids-Waterloo, IA (CBS) begins

1953-10-01

KJEO TV channel 47 in Fresno, CA (CBS/ABC) begins broadcasting

1953-10-03

KGGM TV channel 13 in Albuquerque, NM (CBS) begins broadcasting

1953-10-15

KOIN TV channel 6 in Portland, OR (CBS) begins broadcasting

1953-10-23

WTRF TV channel 7 in Wheeling-Steubenville, WV (CBS) 1st broadcast

1953-10-24

KOOL (now KTSP) TV channel 10 in Phoenix, AZ (CBS) begins broadcasting

1953-10-25

KIEM TV channel 3 in Eureka, CA (NBC/CBS/ABC) begins broadcasting

1953-11-01

KMGH TV channel 7 in Denver, CO (CBS) begins broadcasting

1953-11-01

WHEC TV channel 10 in Rochester, NY (CBS) begins broadcasting

1953-11-09

KTVQ TV channel 2 in Billings, MT (CBS/NBC) begins broadcasting

1953-11-14

WCIA TV channel 3 in Champaign, IL (CBS) begins broadcasting

1953-11-15

WIBW TV channel 13 in Topeka, KS (CBS/ABC) begins broadcasting

1953-11-15

WRBL TV channel 3 in Columbus, GA (CBS) begins broadcasting

1953-11-26

KBOI (now KBCI) TV channel 2 in Boise, ID (CBS) begins broadcasting

1953-11-26

WJHL TV channel 11 in Johnson City, TN (CBS) begins broadcasting

1953-12-10

WSTV (now WTOV) TV channel 9 in Steubenville-Wheeling, OH (CBS) begins

1953-12-11

KTVA TV channel 11 in Anchorage (CBS) becomes Alaska's 1st TV station

1953-12-13

KOAM TV channel 7 in Pittsburg-Joplin, KS (CBS) begins broadcasting

1953-12-20

KID (now KIDK) TV channel 3 in Idaho Falls, ID (CBS) 1st broadcasting

1953-12-20

KWTV TV channel 9 in Oklahoma City, OK (CBS) begins broadcasting

1954-01-01

KSLA TV channel 12 in Shreveport, LA (CBS) begins broadcasting

1954-01-01

WWTV TV channel 9 in Cadillac-Traverse City, MI (CBS) 1st broadcast

1954-01-17

Jacques Cousteau's 1st network telecast airs on "Omnibus" (CBS)

1954-02-14

WTOC TV channel 11 in Savannah, GA (CBS) begins broadcasting

1954-02-15

WRDW TV channel 12 in Augusta, GA (CBS) begins broadcasting

1954-03-14

KDAL (now KDLH) TV channel 3 in Duluth-Superior, MN (CBS) begins

1954-03-15

"CBS Morning Show" premieres with Walter Cronkite & Jack Paar

1954-03-21

KFBB TV channel 5 in Great Falls, MT (ABC/CBS/NBC) begins broadcasting

1954-04-09

WECT TV channel 6 in Wilmington, NC (NBC/CBS) begins broadcasting

1954-04-16

KVAL TV channel 13 in Eugene, OR (CBS) begins broadcasting

1954-04-24

WSEE TV channel 35 in Erie, PA (CBS) begins broadcasting

1954-04-25

WDEF TV channel 12 in Chattanooga, TN (CBS) begins broadcasting

1954-05-15

KGLO (now KIMT) TV channel 3 in Mason City, IA (CBS) 1st broadcast

1954-05-16

WGAN (now WGME) TV channel 13 in Portland, ME (CBS) 1st broadcast

1954-05-22

KREX TV channel 5 in Grand Junction, CO (CBS) begins broadcasting

1954-07-01

WDBO (now WCPX) TV channel 6 in Orlando, FL (CBS) begins broadcasting

1954-07-08

KMOX (now KMOV) TV channel 4 in Saint Louis, MO (CBS) 1st broadcast

1954-07-15

WBOC TV channel 16 in Salisbury, MD (CBS/NBC/ABC) begins broadcasting

1954-07-22

WTHI TV channel 10 in Terre Haute, IN (CBS) begins broadcasting

1954-08-01

WKBT TV channel 8 in La Crosse, WI (CBS) begins broadcasting

1954-08-06

WLAC (now WTVF) TV channel 5 in Nashville (CBS) begins broadcasting

1954-09-26

WANE TV channel 15 in Fort Wayne, IN (CBS) begins broadcasting

1954-09-26

WCAX TV channel 3 in Burlington, VT (CBS) begins broadcasting

1954-10-03

KFVS TV channel 12 in Cape Girardeau, MO (CBS) begins broadcasting

1954-10-18

WBTW TV channel 13 in Florence, SC (CBS/ABC) begins broadcasting

1954-10-23

WSAU TV channel 7 in Wausau, WI (CBS) begins broadcasting

1954-10-31

KREM TV channel 2 in Spokane, WA (CBS/ABC) begins broadcasting

1954-12-28

KEPR TV channel 19 in Pasco-Kennewick-Richl, WA (CBS) 1st broadcast

1955-01-01

WEAT (now WPEC) TV channel 12 in West Palm Beach, FL (CBS) begins

1955-01-02

1st "Bob Cummings Show" premieres on NBC (later on CBS)

1955-01-19

"Millionaire" TV program premieres on CBS

1955-02-12

WTVY TV channel 4 in Dothan, AL (CBS) begins broadcasting

1955-02-13

KRCG TV channel 13 in Jefferson City, MO (CBS) begins broadcasting

1955-02-17

KTVF TV channel 11 in Fairbanks, AK (CBS/ABC) begins broadcasting

1955-03-20

KXTV TV channel 10 in Sacramento, CA (CBS) begins broadcasting

1955-04-01

WTVT TV channel 13 in Tampa-St Petersburg, FL (CBS) 1st broadcast

1955-04-24

KFDM TV channel 6 in Beaumont, TX (CBS) begins broadcasting

1955-04-24

KMAU (now KGMV) TV channel 3 in Wailuku, HI (CBS) begins broadcasting

1955-05-15

KPUA (now KGMD) TV channel 9 in Hilo, HI (CBS) begins broadcasting

1955-05-30

KMVT TV channel 11 in Twin Falls, ID (CBS/NBC/ABC) begins broadcasting

1955-06-03

KLFY TV channel 10 in Lafayette, LA (CBS) begins broadcasting

1955-06-07

"$64,000 Question" premieres on CBS TV

1955-06-27

"Julius LaRosa Show" debuts on CBS-TV

1955-06-30

"Johnny Carson Show" debuts on CBS-TV

1955-07-31

KRNT (now KCCI) TV channel 8 in Des Moines, IA (CBS) 1st broadcast

1955-08-07

KSTF TV channel 10 in Scottsbluff-Gering, NB (CBS/NBC) begins

1955-09-05

WKRG TV channel 5 in Mobile, AL (CBS) begins broadcasting

1955-09-10

"Gunsmoke" premieres on CBS TV

1955-09-15

WCTV TV channel 6 in Tallahassee-Thomasville, FL (CBS) begins

1955-09-29

"Sergeant Preston" debuts on CBS

1955-10-02

WHTN (now WOWK) TV ch 13 in Huntington-Charleston, WV (CBS) begins

1955-10-03

"Captain Kangaroo" premieres on CBS-TV, Good Morning, Captain!

1955-10-03

WDBJ TV channel 7 in Roanoke, VA (CBS) begins broadcasting

1955-10-22

WWNY TV channel 7 in Carthage-Watertown, NY (CBS) begins broadcasting

1955-11-19

KXMB TV channel 12 in Bismarck, ND (CBS/ABC) begins broadcasting

1955-11-28

KTHV TV channel 11 in Little Rock, AR (CBS) begins broadcasting

1956-01-01

KOSA TV channel 7 in Odessa, TX (CBS) begins broadcasting

1956-01-01

WREC (now WREG) TV channel 3 in Memphis, TN (CBS) begins broadcasting

1956-02-10

"My Friend Flicka" premieres on CBS (later NBC) TV

1956-04-01

KPIC TV channel 4 in Roseburg, OR (CBS) begins broadcasting

1956-04-29

WLUC TV channel 6 in Marquette, MI (CBS/NBC/ABC) begins broadcasting

1956-04-29

WSPA TV channel 7 in G'ville-Spartanburg, SC (CBS) begins broadcasting

1956-05-10

KFSN TV channel 30 in Fresno, CA (ABC/CBS) begins broadcasting

1956-05-21

WITI TV channel 6 in Milwaukee, WI (CBS/ABC) begins broadcasting

1956-06-24

WISC TV channel 3 in Madison, WI (CBS) begins broadcasting

1956-07-13

WCBI TV channel 4 in Columbus, MS (CBS) begins broadcasting

1956-08-05

KUAM TV channel 8 in Agana, GU (CBS/ABC/NBC) begins broadcasting

1956-08-12

KOTI TV channel 2 in Klamath Falls, OR (NBC/CBS) begins broadcasting

1956-08-13

WBIR TV channel 10 in Knoxville, TN (CBS) begins broadcasting

1956-08-26

KREY TV channel 10 in Montrose, CO (CBS/NBC) begins broadcasting

1956-09-28

"Johnny Carson Show" TV Variety last airs on CBS-TV

1956-09-29

"Oh! Susanna" debuts on CBS-TV

1956-10-13

WAGM TV channel 8 in Presque Isle, ME (CBS/NBC/ABC) begins

1956-11-03

"Wizard of Oz" 1st televised (CBS-TV)

1956-12-03

KFSA (now KFSM) TV channel 5 in Ft Smith, AR (CBS) 1st broadcast

1956-12-15

WRAL TV channel 5 in Raleigh-Durham, NC (CBS) begins broadcasting

1956-12-18

"To Tell the Truth" debuts on CBS-TV

1957-01-04

"Blondie" situation comedy premieres on NBC TV (later on CBS)

1957-03-01

KTWO TV channel 2 in Casper, WY (NBC/ABC/CBS) begins broadcasting

1957-05-06

Last broadcast of "I Love Lucy" on CBS-TV

1957-05-22

KBTX TV channel 3 in Bryan, TX (CBS) begins broadcasting

1957-06-24

"I Love Lucy" last airs on CBS-TV

1957-07-24

KTVC TV channel 6 in Ensign, KS (CBS) begins broadcasting

1957-09-07

WWL TV channel 4 in New Orleans, LA (CBS) begins broadcasting

1957-09-21

"Perry Mason" with Raymond Burr premieres on CBS-TV

1957-09-23

WTIC TV channel 61 in Hartford, CT (CBS/FOX) begins broadcasting

1957-09-29

"DuPont Show of the Month" debuts on CBS-TV

1957-09-30

WKYT TV channel 27 in Lexington, KY (CBS) begins broadcasting

1957-10-04

"Leave It to Beaver," debuts on CBS

1957-10-27

WOWL TV channel 15 in Florence, AL (NBC/CBS) begins broadcasting

1957-11-01

KXGN TV channel 5 in Glendive, MT (CBS/NBC/ABC) begins broadcasting

1957-12-28

CBS states it won't broadcast baseball where minor league games are on

1958-01-01

WMBD TV channel 31 in Peoria, IL (CBS) begins broadcasting

1958-02-08

KIRO TV channel 7 in Seattle, WA (CBS) begins broadcasting

1958-03-15

KULR TV channel 8 in Billings, MT (NBC/ABC/CBS) begins broadcasting

1958-03-27

CBS Labs announce new stereophonic records

1958-04-01

KVIQ TV channel 6 in Eureka, CA (NBC/ABC/CBS) begins broadcasting

1958-07-03

"Andy Williams Show" premieres on ABC (later on CBS & NBC)

1958-09-02

KAYS TV channel 7 in Hays, KS (CBS) begins broadcasting

1958-09-29

"Studio One" TV Anthology Drama last airs on CBS-TV

1958-09-29

"Texan" debuts on CBS-TV

1958-10-05

KRTV TV channel 3 in Great Falls, MT (CBS) begins broadcasting

1958-10-08

KCMT TV channel 7 in Alexandria, MN (CBS/NBC/ABC) begins broadcasting

1958-12-05

WTOL TV channel 11 in Toledo, OH (CBS) begins broadcasting

1959-01-09

"Rawhide" with Clint Eastwood premieres on CBS TV

1959-04-28

KLOE TV channel 10 in Goodland, KS (CBS) begins broadcasting

1959-09-28

"Hennesey" debuts on CBS-TV

1959-09-29

"Many Loves Of Dobie Gillis" debuts on CBS-TV

1959-10-02

Rod Serling's "Twilight Zone" premieres on CBS-TV

1960-02-26

Vera Miles stars in the famous "Mirror Image" episode of the classic CBS television series "The Twilight Zone"

1960-03-17

WSLA (now WAKA) TV channel 8 in Selma, AL (CBS) begins broadcasting

1960-06-01

WDTV TV channel 5 in Clarksburg-Weston, WV (CBS) begins broadcasting

1960-06-05

"George Gobel Show" last airs on CBS-TV

1960-09-28

"Millionaire" last airs on CBS-TV

1960-09-29

"Johnny Ringo" TV Western Drama; last airs on CBS-TV

1960-10-01

KCBY TV channel 11 in Coos Bay, OR (CBS) begins broadcasting

1960-10-03

"Flair" (CBS' answer to Monitor) premieres on radio with Dick Van Dyke

1960-10-05

KEYC TV channel 12 in Mankato, MN (CBS) begins broadcasting

1960-11-25

"Amos 'n' Andy" made its last broadcast on CBS radio

1960-11-25

CBS ends last 4 radio soap operas (Ma Perkins, Right to Happiness, Young Dr Malone & 2nd Mrs Burton) & cancels 4 other series

1960-11-27

CBS radio cancels "Have Gun Will Travel"

1960-11-28

CBS radio expands hourly news coverage from 5 to 10 minutes

1961-06-18

CBS radio cancels Gunsmoke

1961-07-22

WBNB TV channel 10 in Charlotte Amaile, VI (CBS) begins broadcasting

1961-09-04

Carol Burnette-Richard Hayes Show premieres on CBS radio

1961-10-01

KGIN TV channel 11 in Grand Island, NB (CBS) begins broadcasting

1961-10-03

"Dick Van Dyke Show" premieres on CBS-TV

1961-10-03

KMED (now KTVL) TV channel 10 in Medford, OR (CBS) begins broadcasting

1962-01-02

Nighttime version of "Password" with Allen Ludden premieres on CBS

1962-04-16

Walter Cronkite begins anchoring CBS Evening News

1962-05-28

Wide World of Sports with Chris Schenkel premieres on CBS radio

1962-05-31

"Tell It To Groucho" last airs on CBS-TV

1962-06-15

WWUP TV channel 10 in Sault Ste Marie, MI (CBS) begins broadcasting

1962-09-26

TV comedy series "Beverly Hillbillies" premieres on CBS

1962-09-28

"Brighter Day" last airs on CBS-TV daytime

1962-09-28

"Verdict Is Yours," last airs on CBS-TV

1962-12-01

KGMB TV channel 9 in Honolulu, HI (CBS) begins broadcasting

1963-09-02

CBS & NBC expand network news from 15 to 30 minutes

1963-09-28

"New Phil Silvers Show" debuts on CBS-TV

1963-09-28

"Tennessee Tuxedo" cartoon debuts on CBS-TV

1963-09-29

"Judy Garland Show" debuts on CBS-TV

1963-09-29

"My Favorite Martian" starring Ray Walston, debuts on CBS-TV

1963-11-28

WHNT TV channel 19 in Huntsville, AL (CBS) begins broadcasting

1963-12-31

Dear Abby show premieres on CBS radio (runs 11 years)

1964-01-01

KNMT TV channel 12 in Walker, MN (CBS) begins broadcasting

1964-01-01

KTVS TV channel 3 in Sterling, CO (CBS) begins broadcasting

1964-01-24

CBS purchases 1964 & 1965 NFL TV rights for $28.2 million

1964-03-16

KCOY TV channel 12 in Santa Maria, CA (CBS) begins broadcasting

1964-06-27

"New Phil Silvers Show" last airs on CBS-TV

1964-09-26

"Gilligan's Island", starring Bob Denver as Gilligan, debuts on CBS

1964-10-12

WSBK TV channel 38 in Boston, MA (IND/ABC/CBS/NBC) begin

1964-11-02

CBS purchases 80% of Yanks for $11,200,000, later buys remaining 20%

1965-04-28

Barbra Streisand stars on "My Name is Barbra" special on CBS

1965-09-04

KREZ TV channel 6 in Durango, CO (CBS/NBC) begins broadcasting

1965-09-12

WCEE TV channel 23 in Rockford, IL (CBS) begins broadcasting

1965-10-17

WBMG TV channel 42 in Birmingham, AL (CBS) begins broadcasting

1965-10-27

WCFT TV channel 33 in Tuscaloosa, AL (CBS) begins broadcasting

1965-12-29

CBS purchases NFL TV rights for 1966-68 at $18.8 million per year

1966-01-11

"Daktari" African adventure series premieres on CBS TV

1966-02-26

KBIM TV channel 10 in Roswell, NM (CBS) begins broadcasting

1966-03-30

Barbra Streisand stars on "Color Me Barbra" special on CBS

1966-09-01

KIFW (now KTNL) TV channel 13 in Sitka, AK (CBS) begins broadcasting

1966-12-18

Dr. Seuss' "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" airs for 1st time on CBS

1967-02-05

"Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour" premieres on CBS (later ABC, NBC)

1967-06-04

KTVN TV channel 2 in Reno, NV (CBS) begins broadcasting

1967-06-14

Steve Allen Show" premieres on CBS-TV

1967-07-09

WRET TV channel 36 in Charlotte, NC (NBC/CBS) begins broadcasting

1967-09-02

KUHI (now KSNF) TV channel 16 in Joplin, MO (CBS) begins broadcasting

1967-09-03

Final episode of "What's My Line?" hosted by John Charles Daly on CBS TV

1967-09-05

KMEG TV channel 14 in Sioux City, IA (CBS) begins broadcasting

1967-09-17

"Mission Impossible" premieres on CBS-TV

1967-09-20

WCIX TV channel 6 in Miami, FL (CBS) begins broadcasting

1967-10-13

CBS radio cancels "House Party"

1967-10-17

Barbra Streisand stars on "Belle of 14th Street" special on CBS

1968-03-14

CBS TV suspends Radio Free Europe free advertising because RFE doesn't make it clear it is sponsored by the CIA

1968-06-10

WHTV (now WTZH) TV channel 24 in Meridian, MS (NBC/CBS) 1st broadcast

1968-09-14

1st broadcast of "60 Minutes" on CBS-TV

1968-09-15

"Barbra Streisand: A Happening in Central Park" Show on CBS TV

1968-09-24

"60 Minutes" premieres on CBS-TV

1968-09-26

1st broadcast of "Hawaii Five-O" on CBS-TV

1968-12-11

KECC (now KECY) TV channel 9 in El Centro, CA (CBS) 1st broadcast

1968-12-24

WATU (now WAGT) TV channel 26 in Augusta, GA (CBS) begins broadcasting

1969-02-02

KMST TV channel 46 in Monterey-Salinas, CA (CBS) begins broadcasting

1969-06-08

"Smothers Brothers comedy Hour" last airs on CBS-TV

1969-06-15

"Hee Haw" with Roy Clark & Buck Owens premieres on CBS TV

1969-10-26

WHMA (now WJSU) TV channel 40 in Anniston, AL (CBS) 1st broadcast

1970-06-05

KPAX TV channel 8 in Missoula, MT (CBS) begins broadcasting

1970-06-23

"Red Skelton Show" last airs on CBS-TV, moved to NBC-TV

1971-01-12

"All in the Family" premieres on CBS featuring 1st toilet flush on TV

1971-03-14

Barbra Streisand appears on "The Burt Bacharach Special" on CBS TV

1971-03-26

"Cannon" with William Conrad premieres on CBS-TV

1971-06-01

Ed Sullivan's final TV show on CBS

1971-06-06

"Ed Sullivan Show" last broadcasts on CBS-TV

1971-08-01

CBS presents Masterpiece Theatre's 6 Wives of Henry VIII

1971-10-13

WTZH TV channel 24 in Meridian, MS (CBS) suspends broadcasting

1971-12-18

CBS radio cancels Saturday morning band concerts

1971-12-19

CBS airs "Homecoming A Christmas Story," (introducing the Waltons)

1972-02-14

CBS "Late Movie" premieres

1972-05-18

"Me & The Chimp" last airs on CBS-TV

1972-09-13

1st TV broadcast of "Waltons" on CBS

1973-01-03

George Steinbrenner III buys Yankees from CBS for $12 million

1973-01-28

"Barnaby Jones" premieres on CBS TV

1973-04-02

CBS radio begins on hour news 24 hours a day

1973-11-02

"Barbra Streisand ...and Other Musical Instruments" airs on CBS TV

1974-01-01

NBC radio begins on the hour news 24 hours a day (following CBS lead)

1974-01-06

"CBS Mystery Theater," premieres on radio

1974-02-01

"Good Times" (spinoff from "Maude") premieres on CBS TV

1974-02-08

"Good Times," debuts on CBS TV

1974-12-27

Dear Abby show ends run on CBS radio after 11 years

1975-01-18

"Jeffersons" spinoff from "All in the Family" premieres on CBS

1975-12-16

1st broadcast of "One Day at a Time" on CBS TV

1976-09-29

"Alice" debuts on CBS-TV

1977-02-05

General Mills Adventure Theater premieres on CBS radio

1978-03-02

1st broadcast of "Dallas" on CBS TV

1978-03-10

"The Incredible Hulk", starring Bill Bixby as David Banner, premieres on CBS

1978-04-02

TV show "Dallas" premieres on CBS (as a 5 week mini-series)

1978-09-29

"Flying High," debuts on CBS

1978-10-23

CBS raises LP prices to $8.98

1979-01-26

"Dukes of Hazzard" premieres on CBS's vast wasteland

1979-02-04

"Co-Ed Fever," TV Comedy, debut & cancelled that outing on CBS

1979-02-05

Sears Radio Theater premieres on CBS

1979-03-16

CBS-TV airs "Wings Over the World" with Paul McCartney

1979-12-27

"Knots Landing" premieres on CBS-TV

1980-02-01

Sears Radio Theater moves from CBS to Mutual Broadcasting System

1980-11-10

Dan Rather refuses to pay his cabbie, CBS pays $12.55 fare

1980-11-19

CBS TV bans Calvin Klein's jean ad featuring Brooke Shields

1981-03-06

Walter Cronkite signs-off as anchorman of "CBS Evening News"

1981-03-09

Dan Rather becomes primary anchorman of CBS-TV News

1981-08-13

Last broadcast of "The Waltons" on CBS-TV

1981-12-04

"Falcon Crest" premieres on CBS-TV

1982-04-12

3 CBS employees shot to death in NYC parking lot

1982-04-26

CBS radio begins youth oriented broadcast Radio Radio

1982-12-31

CBS Mystery Theater final episode on radio after 8 years

1983-02-28

Final TV episode of "M*A*S*H" airs (CBS); record 125 million watch in the US

1984-02-07

Michael Jackson awarded a 4-ft-high platinum disc by CBS

1985-06-15

"Pryor's Place" children's show last airs on CBS-TV

1985-07-03

CBS announces a 21% stock buy-back to thwart Ted Turner's takeover

1986-05-20

Flintstones 25th Anniversary Celebration airs on CBS-tv

1986-09-29

"Designing Women" TV Comedy, debuts on CBS

1987-08-31

Michael Jacskon's "Bad" video premieres on CBS TV

1988-01-16

Jimmy "the Greek" Snyder fired from CBS for racial remarks

1988-01-19

"48 Hours" premiers on CBS-TV

1988-01-25

VP George Bush & Dan Rather clash on "CBS Evening News" as Rather attempts to question Bush about his role in Iran-Contra affair

1988-12-14

CBS' $1.1 B bid wins exclusive 1990-94 major-league baseball rights

1989-01-09

"Pat Sajak Show" premieres on CBS

1989-02-22

1st Spanish commercial on network TV (Pepsi-Cola-CBS Grammy Award)

1989-06-12

"Doctor Doctor," TV Comedy starring Matt Frewer, debuts on CBS-TV

1989-07-23

FOX-TV tops ABC, NBC & CBS for 1st time (America's Most Wanted)

1990-02-08

"60 Minutes" commentator Andy Rooney suspended by CBS for racial remarks attributed to him by a gay magazine

1990-02-09

"Bradys" return to TV for 6 episodes on CBS TV

1990-03-21

"Normal Life" starring Moon Unit & Dweezil Zappa premieres on CBS-TV

1990-03-21

"Sydney" starring Valerie Bertinelli premieres on CBS-TV

1990-04-01

CBS fires sportscaster Brent Mussburger

1990-04-13

Final episode of Pat Sajak's late night TV show on CBS

1990-05-21

Last episode of "Newhart" airs on CBS-TV

1990-05-28

Dave Thomas Comedy Show, debuts on CBS-TV

1990-06-25

"Dave Thomas Comedy Show" last airs on CBS-TV

1991-01-14

"Barbara DeAngelis Show" premieres on CBS-TV

1991-01-21

CBS News correspondant Bob Simon captured by Iraqis in Persian Gulf

1991-05-03

356th & final episode of CBS 2nd longest running series Dallas, 2nd only to Gunsmoke

1991-09-27

"Princesses" premieres on CBS TV

1991-11-08

Carol Burnette Show premieres on CBS-TV

1991-12-27

"Carol Burnett Show" last airs on CBS-TV

1992-03-30

CBS TV premieres overnight news program "Up To The Minute"

1992-09-04

"Scared Silent" is 1st non news program to be seen on 3 networks simultaneously. (CBS, NBC & PBS), about child abuse hosted by Oprah

1993-01-05

Price is Right model Janice Pennington sues CBS for show accident

1993-01-14

David Letterman announces his show is moving from NBC to CBS

1993-05-12

Last broadcast of "Knots landing" on CBS

1993-05-13

CBS' Knots Landing ends 14 year run with 334th show in Netherlands

1993-06-01

Connie Chung joins Dan Rather as anchors of CBS Evening News

1994-05-01

Charles Kuralt retires as CBS newsman (On the Road)

1995-01-10

"Late Late Show" with Tom Snyder premieres on CBS at 12:30 AM

1995-05-20

CBS News fires co-anchor Connie Chung

1995-08-01

Westinghouse purchases CBS-TV network

1995-09-28

Mary Tyler Moore returns to series TV in "NY News" on CBS

1997-05-23

Mel Karmazin replaces Peter Lund as CEO of CBS TV

1997-11-11

CBS News anchor Dan Rather renews his contract to 2002

1997-12-01

Westinghouse formally changes its name to CBS

1998-01-13

CBS pays $4 billion to televise AFC games for 8-years

2005-01-03

Craig Ferguson becomes the host of "The Late Late Show" on CBS

2005-01-23

"Numbers", starring Rob Morrow and David Krumholtz, debuts on CBS

2011-03-07

Charlie Sheen is fired from the CBS sitcom "Two and a Half Men"

2014-07-01

Jennifer Love Hewitt joins the CBS series "Criminal Minds"

2016-03-14

Online Leak of NCAA Tournament Bracket Upstages CBS Selection Show

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Cbs - Notable Birthdays

Walter CronkiteNov 4, 1916

Harry ReasonerApr 17, 1923

Pat SummerallMay 10, 1930

John MaddenApr 10, 1936

Cbs - Birthdays
Date Event
1900-08-17

Quincy Howe, Boston Mass, newscaster (CBS Weekend News)

1901-09-28

William Samuel Paley, Chicago Ill, pres/CEO of CBS (1928-90)

1906-03-29

E Power Biggs, Westcliff-on-Sea England, organist/composer (CBS)

1907-09-14

Cecil Brown, news correspondent (CBS)

1908-03-20

Frank Stanton, Muskegon Mich, broadcasting executive (CBS)

1912-11-26

Eric Sevareid, Velva ND, newscaster (CBS Weekend News)

1915-01-18

Leslie Midgley, CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite

1915-03-15

David Schoenbrun, CBS broadcast bureau head (Wash, Paris)

1916-08-31

Daniel Schorr, broadcast journalist (CBS)

1916-11-04

Walter Cronkite, St Joseph Mo, news anchor (CBS Evening News 1962-81)

1917-06-04

Charles Collingwood, Mich, news commentator (CBS, Chronicles)

1917-07-14

Douglas Edwards, Alda Oklahoma, newscaster (CBS Evening News, FYI)

1919-01-14

Andy Rooney, Albany NY, CBS news correspondent (60 Minutes)

1920-01-14

George Herman, newsman (CBS-TV)

1921-09-14

Hughes Rudd, TV newscaster (CBS/ABC)

1921-9-12

Hughes Rudd, The CBS Morning News

1922-12-14

Don Hewitt, NYC, CBS news executive producer (60 Minutes)

1923-04-17

Harry Reasoner, Dakota City Iowa, newscaster (60 Minutes, ABC, CBS)

1924-05-18

Jack Whitaker, Phila Pa, sportscaster (ABC, CBS)

1927-08-18

Eddie Barker, A CBS News Inquiry: The Warren Report

1928-02-09

Roger Mudd, Wash DC, news ancher (CBS Weekend News, NBC Evening News)

1930-04-28

James Baker III, CBS News Special Report: Iraq Study Group News Conference

1930-05-10

Pat Summerall, Lake City Florida, NFL player (NY Giants)/sportscaster (CBS)

1930-06-09

Marvin Kalb, NYC, educator/newscaster (CBS/NBC, Meet the Press)

1930-10-28

Bruce Morton, The CBS Morning News

1931-04-20

Lee Hamilton, CBS News Special Report: Iraq Study Group News Conference

1931-08-31

Dan Rather, news anchor (CBS-TV)

1931-10-06

Fred Graham, newscaster/journalist (CBS News, Court TV)

1931-10-31

Dan Rather, Wharton, Texas, American journalist and news anchor (CBS Evening News, 60 Minutes)

1932-02-01

John Hart, Denver Colorado, newsman (CBS News Retrospective, NBC News)

1933-01-08

Charles Osgood, NYC, news anchor (CBS Weekend News)

1933-01-08

Charles Osgood, CBS News Sunday Morning

1935-08-22

Morton Dean, Fall River Mass, TV newscaster (CBS, ABC)

1936-04-10

John Madden, Austin Minnesota, NFL coach (Oakland Raiders)/sports commentator (CBS, FOX)

1936-05-09

Terry Drinkwater, TV newsman (CBS)

1936-12-27

Lee Salk, doctor (CBS TV)

1937-02-25

Bob Schieffer, Austin Tx, newscaster (CBS Weekend News)

1937-04-21

Bill McLaughlin, CBS Evening News with Dan Rather

1937-04-27

Phil Jones, newsman (CBS)

1937-09-13

Fred Silverman, broadcasting exec (ABC/NBC/CBS)

1937-11-30

Richard Threlkeld, The CBS Morning News

1938-03-23

Christopher Glenn, NYC, news anchor (CBS Nightwatch)

1939-02-25

John Leonard, CBS News Sunday Morning

1939-05-26

Brent Musburger, sportscaster (CBS-TV)

1939-07-27

Irv Cross, NFL sportscaster (CBS-TV)

1940-02-25

Billy Packer, Wellsville NY, basketball sportscaster (CBS)

1940-05-22

Bernard Shaw, news correspondant (CBS, CNN)

1941-04-13

David Arlen, The CBS Newcomers

1941-06-02

Lou Nanne, NHL on CBS

1941-06-22

Ed Bradley, Phila, CBS news correspondent (60 Minutes)

1941-07-01

Sally Quinn, Georgia, CBS newscaster (Morning Show)

1941-10-16

Tim McCarver, baseball catcher (Phils, Mets)/sportscaster (ABC, CBS)

1941-12-03

Mary Alice, Indianola MS, newscaster (CBS, Lettie-Different World)

1941-12-16

Lesley Stahl, newscaster/correspondent (CBS)

1942-01-05

Charlie Rose, Henderson NC, newscaster (CBS Night Watch)

1944-9-25

Eugenia Zukerman, CBS News Sunday Morning

1945-04-29

Arnold Rowland, A CBS News Inquiry: The Warren Report

1946-04-05

Barbara Rowland, A CBS News Inquiry: The Warren Report

1946-05-03

Greg Gumbel, sportscaster (CBS TV, WFAN)

1946-08-20

Connie Chung, TV news anchor (NBC, CBS)

1946-10-20

Connie Chung, Washington DC, news ancher (NBC, CBS)

1947-09-28

Harold Dow, Hackensack NJ, news correspondent (CBS, 48 Hours)

1948-07-14

Tommy Matola, rock manager/CEO (CBS records)

1948-09-02

Terry Bradshaw, NFL QB (Pittsburgh Steelers)/announcer (CBS, FOX)

1949-06-25

Phyllis George-Brown, Denton Tx, Miss America (1971)/sportscaster (CBS)

1951-08-21

Harry Smith, Hammond Ind, TV co-anchor (CBS Morning Show)

1951-11-27

Jayne Kennedy, Wash DC, sportscaster (CBS)/actress (Body & Soul)

1953-05-06

Tony Blair, CBS News Special Report: Joint News Conference

1953-05-17

Kathleen Sullivan, Pasadena Ca, newscaster (ABC-TV, CBS Morning Show)

1954-10-01

Richard Schlesinger, NYC, news correspondent (CBS, 48 Hours)

1956-02-24

Paula Zahn, Napperville Ill, news anchor (ABC, CBS This Morning)

1956-07-07

Bill Lagattuta, NYC, news correspondent (CBS, 48 Hours, Eye to Eye)

1957-03-09

Faith Daniels, news anchor (CBS-TV)

1959-11-30

Jane Robelot, CBS This Morning

1960-03-25

Russ Mitchell, CBS News Up to the Minute

1962-06-13

Hannah Storm, The Thanksgiving Day Parade on CBS

1962-07-04

Steven Cojocaru, CBS and VH1 Grammy Countdown

1965-05-25

Sean Keohane, CBS Presents: A New York Christmas to Remember at St. Paul the Apostle

1966-10-18

Dave Price, The Thanksgiving Day Parade on CBS

1969-01-20

Melissa Rivers, NYC, TV hostess (MTV, CBS Morning News)

1976-9-28

Fedor Emelianenko, CBS Strikeforce M-1 Global Saturday Night Fights

1977-08-29

Shameek Cook, CBS Reports: In the Killing Fields of America

1979-9-14

Antonio Silva, CBS Strikeforce M-1 Global Saturday Night Fights

1980-12-24

Jason Miller, CBS Strikeforce M-1 Global Saturday Night Fights

1985-08-01

Gegard Mousasi, CBS Strikeforce M-1 Global Saturday Night Fights

Cbs - Notable Weddings

Mike WallaceAug 30, 1940

Cbs - Weddings
Date Event
1940-08-30

CBS news correspondent Mike Wallace (22) weds Norma Kaphan in Brookline, Massachusetts

1949-03-11

CBS news correspondent Mike Wallace (30) weds actress Buff Cobb (21) in Cook County, Illinois

1986-06-28

CBS news correspondent Mike Wallace (68) weds Mary Yates

2000-06-10

"Live! with Kelly and Michael" executive producer Michael Gelman (38) weds CBS's Early Show correspondent Laurie Hibberd (36) at a Long Island estate

2004-12-23

CBS executive Les Moonves (55) weds CBS' "Early Show" co-host Julie Chen (34) on a private estate in Acapulco

2005-06-27

"The Young and The Restless" actress Melody Thomas Scott (49) weds supervising producer of the CBS daytime drama Edward J. Scott (60) for the second time in Las Vegas, Nevada

2010-11-06

"Girls Gone Wild" creator Joe Francis (37) weds CBS News Entertainment Reporter Christina McLarty on a civil wedding in Mexico

Cbs - Deaths
Date Event
1954-06-22

Don Hollenbeck, newscaster (CBS Weekend News), dies at 49

1975-12-21

William Lundigan, announcer (CBS Mystery Theater), dies at 61

1977-02-17

Quincy Howe, newscaster (CBS Weekend News), dies at 76

1977-03-10

E Power Biggs, English organist/composer (CBS), dies at 70

1987-10-25

Cecil Brown, news correspondent (CBS), dies at 80

1988-05-23

David Schoenbrun, CBS broadcast bureau head (Wash, Paris), dies at 73

1989-05-31

Terry Drinkwater, CBS news correspondent, dies at 53 of cancer

1990-10-26

William Paley, CEO (CBS), dies of a heart attack at 89

1990-10-26

William Paley, CBS Salutes Lucy: The First 25 Years

1992-07-09

Eric Savareid, News correspondent (CBS), dies at 79

1992-10-13

Hughes Rudd, news anchor (CBS Morning News), dies of aneurysm at 71

1992-10-13

Hughes Rudd, The CBS Morning News

1993-02-16

Richard Salant, news president (CBS-60 Minutes), dies at 78

1994-10-23

William Leonard, head (CBS News), dies of a stroke at 78

1996-04-21

Jimmy "The Greek" Snyder, oddsmaker/sportscaster (CBS), dies at 76

1997-07-04

Charles Kuralt, news anchor (CBS Sunday Morning), dies at 62

1997-10-18

Nancy Dickerson, 1st female news correspondent (CBS), dies at 70

2002-06-19

Leslie Midgley, CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite

2008-01-24

Randy Salerno, co-anchor of Chicago's CBS 2 News (b. 1963)

2008-11-05

John Leonard, CBS News Sunday Morning

2010-05-25

Michael H. Jordan, businessman and former CEO PepsiCo and CBS Corporation (b. 1936)

2012-01-13

Richard Threlkeld, The CBS Morning News

2012-07-23

Eddie Barker, A CBS News Inquiry: The Warren Report

2014-03-07

Bill McLaughlin, CBS Evening News with Dan Rather

2014-09-05

Bruce Morton, The CBS Morning News

2015-12-02

Harry Radliffe II Dies: CBS' First African-American Bureau Chief & '60 Minutes' Veteran Was 66

2015-12-02

Harry Radliffe II Dies: CBS' First African-American Bureau Chief & '60 Minutes' Veteran Was 66

2016-05-24

Jeanne Parr dies aged 92, Chris Noth's mother and CBS correspondent


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