CBS Partners With YouTube

Oct 14, 2008
While sister company Viacom is still suing YouTube for $1 billion, CBS is hoping to get some cash out of the Web video mecca a more polite way. The Tiffany Network has had some success online, and currently has one of the more popular YouTube channels, but the eyeball business isn't as straightforward as it used to be.
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Katie Couric Is Ready for Her Close-Up

Oct 1, 2008
It's been a rough couple of years for the anchor of the last-place network newscast, but Katie Couric managed to silence many of her critics this week with an interview series that not only got a lot of attention, but scored points for her tough but fair style.

Couric Stumps Palin With Question About Reading

Oct 1, 2008
Katie Couric asked Sarah Palin about a number of controversial topics during the latest installment of her interview -- evolution, abortion, homosexuality -- but the VP nominee appeared to have the hardest time when pressed to say what newspapers and magazines she has read: "Um, all of them, any of them that have been in front of me all these years."

Palin Says She’s ‘The New Ideas’

Sep 30, 2008
CBS continues to ration out the Sarah Palin morsels to a nation eager to know and see more In this clip, the Alaska governor defends her joke about Joe Biden's age by saying, "You know, I'm the new energy, the new face, the new ideas and he's got the experience based on many, many years in the Senate ".

CBS Has More Palin Gold in the Vault

Sep 29, 2008
There was so much excitement last week between the bailout showdown and the debate that many people didn't get a chance to see Sarah Palin's tailspin interview with Katie Couric CBS, it turns out, has even more in store The network will air at least two more embarrassing clips before Thursday's VP debate.

Letterman Catches McCain Two-Timing With Couric

Sep 25, 2008
David Letterman was already giving John McCain a hard time for his suspended campaign when he spotted the GOP nominee with fellow CBS personality Katie Couric on the network feed. McCain had canceled his "Late Show" appearance, telling Letterman he had to fly back to Washington, but instead flew into Couric's studio.