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CBS Television Studios - Background and Timeline - CBS Paramount Television
... 2004 August 10, Viacom merged the international television banners of CBS Broadcast International and Paramount International Television to form CBS Paramount International Television. 2004 Viacom merged CBS Productions and Paramount Network Television to form CBS Paramount Network Television. 2006 When the CBS/Viacom split took effect, CBS inherited Paramount's TV program library, with the new Viacom keeping Paramount's films ...
CBS Paramount Network Television
... CBS Paramount Network Television was the main production arm of CBS Paramount Television, a division of CBS Corporation ... It was known as Paramount Network Television and CBS Productions until 2006 ... It is now CBS Television Studios, starting in fall 2009 ...
Shows Produced By Viacom Productions
... Hargrove Productions, last five episodes co-produced by Paramount Network Television) Jake and the Fatman (1987–1992, co-produced by The Fred Siverman ...

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