United Paramount Theatres

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... In May 1951, ABC chairman Edward Noble and United Paramount Theatres president Leonard Goldenson announced a proposed merger between their companies ... The plan was to merge ABC and its five television stations with United Paramount Theatres, a company only recently spun off from Paramount Pictures ... involved in television broadcasting, including Paramount, DuMont, and CBS (CBS executives wanted to purchase WBKB) ...

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