CBS Radio News, historically known as the CBS Radio Network, provides news to more than 1,000 radio stations throughout the United States. The network is owned by CBS Corporation.
CBS Radio News is one of the programming services distributed by Dial Global, which acquired the former Westwood One (formerly managed by CBS) in October 2011. It produces and distributes national news, talk, music and special event programs, in addition to local news, weather, video news and other information to radio and television stations as well as traffic reporting services.
... KOIN began in 1925 as a radio station, KOIN-AM (at AM 970) ... It became part of the Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS), now known as the CBS Radio Network, in 1930 ... During the golden years of radio, KOIN-AM was one of Portland's major radio stations, with an extensive array of local programming, including live music from its own studio ...
... In December 2001, WCBS won the rights to carry radio broadcasts of the New York Yankees beginning with the 2002 season ... This contract has been extended through the 2013 season (WFAN, a CBS Radio property, continues to air the crosstown New York Mets) ... a time in which the team was owned by CBS (prior to WCBS's conversion to an all-news format) ...
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