CBS, Fox Rejoin NAB
Washington - May 10, 2010 - CBS Corporation and Fox Broadcasting have rejoined the National Association of Broadcasters. This brings CBS's 29 television stations and 130 radio stations into NAB membership, as well as the 27 owned-and-operated Fox television stations and the MyNetworkTV programming service. ABC, NBC, ION Media Networks, Telemundo and Univision networks are already members of the NAB.
According to the NAB, Fox withdrew in 1999, and CBS withdrew in 2001. The NAB says both were the result of a policy dispute regarding the national TV ownership cap, which the NAB says has now been settled.
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