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CBS is Paying for the Office Space of Les Moonves' New Company

It may not be the $120 million from the original settlement that is now in dispute, but it's still supporting his career.


CBS is paying for the office space that Les Moonves, who left the company in September amid sexual misconduct allegations, is using to build his two new businesses on Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood.

Moon Rise Technologies, said, in a filing, that it planned to provide "streaming services and distribution," and Moon Rise Productions, said it planned to provide "film and television production" services.

The office building has no directory.

"We don't have a directory because our tenants don't want people to know they are here," a security guard on duty told The New York Times.

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Tom Brokaw 'Apologizes' for Offensive Comments About Hispanics

"I am sorry, truly sorry, my comments were offensive to many," Brokaw posted on Twitter.

Veteran journalist Tom Brokaw "feels terrible" about comments he made regarding Hispanics.

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Trial Begins for Cops Charged With Covering Up Laquan McDonald's Death

They are the first Chicago officers to face criminal "code of silence" charges.

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The trial of former Detective David March and former Officers Joseph Walsh and Thomas Gaffney of the Chicago Police Department begins today. The men are charged with conspiracy, obstruction of justice and misconduct in the shooting death of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald.

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White Women Get Black Reporter Fired for Sharing Article on White Privilege

Twitter users put Lisa Benson Cooper's story back on the map by condemning the news station.

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Lisa Benson Cooper, a Black TV reporter, was fired from her job for making her white female colleagues feel uncomfortable about their privilege.

Ruby Hamad, author of The Guardian article, "How white women use strategic tears to silence women of colour," heard that Cooper was suspended, then fired, for sharing the article on Facebook. As a result, Hamad has ignited backlash against the Kansas City television news station and it's picking up steam on social media.

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The fact that people of color are paid less than white people is well-documented. But new research suggests that simply speaking up will not solve the problem.

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Comcast NBCUniversal: Authenticity and Diversity Built 'This Is Us'

Kay Oyegun, one of the storytellers behind NBC's primetime drama, shares her thoughts on why the show resonates with diverse audiences across the country.

Comcast NBCUniversal is No. 19 on the DiversityInc Top 50 Companies list

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As Sexual Harassment Claims Rock News Networks, Women Step In

Is it time to move on from the one male, one female co-host format?


After a turbulent week for major news networks that saw CBS and NBC part ways with their iconic morning show hosts over a flood of sexual harassment charges, they are introducing new faces to their early morning viewers…women.

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Comcast NBCUniversal Makes 2016 Summer Olympic Games Accessible to People with Vision Loss through Live Description

Live video description is available across the country on local NBC stations on the Secondary Audio Program audio feed.


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'Dump Trump' Movement Fails To Sway NBC

Trump says protests against him guest hosting "Saturday Night Live" will result in higher ratings.

Donald Trump is hosting "Saturday Night Live" this weekend, and the ratings are likely to be huge, despite concerted efforts by Latino groups and others opposed to Trump's "racist and xenophobic remarks" to convince NBC to cancel his appearance.

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PGA, ESPN Latest To Flee Trump Disaster

Trump golf courses too toxic for golf. Trump says he'll keep ESPN and NASCAR deposits, re-rent the venues and earn more income.

The distancing from Donald Trump following his derogatory comments about Mexicans continues, with one of his closest allies — PGA golf — now moving one of its biggest events from Trump's golf courses.

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Business Continues To Flee from Trump, Professional Golf Takes No Real Action

Macy's becomes latest to part ways,  pro golf issues toothless statements while events still scheduled on Trump courses.

The fallout from Donald Trump's inflammatory remarks calling Mexicans rapists and drug dealers, among other things, has led to more distancing from companies, organizations and individuals — though the professional golf community is distancing itself only just so far.

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Hispanic Groups Show Unity, Strength in Response to Trump

215,000 sign petition prompting NBC to join Univision in saying "buh-bye."

The continuing blowback to Donald Trump's comments that Mexicans are "rapists" and "drug dealers," among other things, has grown to proportions Trump himself may not have anticipated, with pressure from Latino groups coming on very strong.

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