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February 14, 2013
18:18 EDTCBSCBS CEO Moonves: We had our best Q4 ever in all profit measures
On CBS' (CBS) Q4 earnings conference call, CEO Les Moonves said, "We had our best fourth quarter ever in all profit measures, including OIBDA, operating income and EPS. Our sources of high-margin growth are hitting on all cylinders, and as a result we are driving earnings like never before. 2013 is going to be an even better year with significant growth in retrans, reverse compensation, digital streaming, and domestic and international syndication." Moonves said the company was looking at significantly higher retrans revenue for 2013, and it was ahead of its target of reaching $1B in revenue from retrans by 2017, possibly sooner. He noted that the syndication pipeline remains very robust, and expects 2013 to be a "tremendous year."
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November 13, 2015
11:38 EDTCBSBox Office Battle: 'Spectre,' 'The Peanuts Movie' expected to remain on top
Sony's (SNE) "Spectre," starring Daniel Craig as James Bond, is again expected to top the box office in its second weekend at theaters, with an estimated domestic gross in the $30.3M-$32.4M range. Fox's (FOX, FOXA) G-rated family film "The Peanuts Movie," starring a 3D-animated Charlie Brown, is again likely to come in second, predicted to earn an additional $28.7M. Newcomer "The 33," a drama retelling the true story of the Chilean miners that were trapped underground in 2010, is expected to open between $5.5M-$10M in 2,400 theaters. "The 33" is being distributed in North America by Time Warner's (TWX) Warner Bros. Pictures, and in Latin America by Fox's 20th Century Fox. Holiday dramedy "Love the Coopers," starring John Goodman and Diane Keaton, is estimated to open in the $5.2M-$8M range. "Love the Coopers" is being released in 2,603 theaters by Lionsgate (LGF) and CBS's (CBS) CBS Films. Fox's "The Martian," which opened on October 2, is predicted to earn an additional $6M-$6.8M. Other publicly traded companies involved in filmmaking include Comcast (CMCSA, CMCSK), Disney (DIS), and Viacom (VIA, VIAB).
11:33 EDTCBSStocks with call strike movement; CBS CMG
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