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Comprehensive MLS Coming to NYC

Comprehensive MLS Coming to NYC

A complete Multiple Listings Service (MLS), which details properties on the market, is now a possibility for New York City. A 2008 settlement between the federal Department of Justice and the National Association of Realtors made the Real Estate Board of New York share all of its members' [Full Story…]

CBS Space Becomes Qualified Production Facility

CBS Space Becomes Qualified Production Facility

Located in Manhattan's Midtown neighborhood, the CBS Broadcast Center is the latest space to become a qualified production facility accorind to the guidelines established by New York City's and State's production incentive program.The CBS Broadcast Center is currently the home of various [Full Story…]

Microsoft’s Ballmer Debuts Windows 7 in New York

Microsoft's Ballmer Debuts Windows 7 in New York

Microsoft's CEO Steve Ballmer presided over the launch of Windows 7 in New York City earlier today at Skylight Studios in Manhattan's TriBeCa neighborhood, an event that also involved: Kylie, the "oh-so-cute kid from the Windows commercials" An announcement about a deal with CBS [Full Story…]

CBS, LMG DigitalMedia Launch CBS Real Estate Market

CBS, LMG DigitalMedia Launch CBS Real Estate Market

The new site currently boasts 25,000 apartment listings for sale or rent and carries exclusive listings from Property Strategies Group, a resident brokerage firm LMG founded a year ago, as well as those form other brokerages which are supplied via a partnership with the Real Estate Board of New [Full Story…]

NYC TV Stations to Share Video Resources

NYC TV Stations to Share Video Resources

Four affiliate TV stations in New York, WNYW-TV (Fox) ,WNBC-TV, WPIX-TV (CW) and WCBS-TV are forming a local news service to pool video newsgathering  resources.  Though the stations will share video, they will still operate independently and report on the news as such.  [Full Story…]

How Has The CBS & CNet Merger Fared Its First Year?

How Has The CBS & CNet Merger Fared Its First Year?

Although initially criticized for spending $1.8 billion on its acquisition of c | net, Advertising Age has concluded that the merger has worked out better for NYC-based CBS than naysayers expected.  The merger has: Catapulted CBS to a global web property, number eight on a list compiled by the [Full Story…]

Cablevision to Introduce New Server Based DVR

Cablevision to Introduce New Server Based DVR

Long Island's Cablevision plans to deploy this summer a new DVR service for its tri-state subscribers that lets them record TV shows on Cablevision servers, rather than on a home based DVR box.  Originally media companies, including ABC, NBC, CBS, and Fox, sued Cablevision and succeeded in [Full Story…]

TV Newser Summit Explores Monetizing the Web

TV Newser Summit Explores Monetizing the Web

Media executives on a panel at yesterday's TVNewser Summit, held at 92YTribeca in New York City, spoke about the future of television as it relates to the Web. CBSNews.com editor-in-chief Dan Farber said that networks "got off on the wrong foot" by offering content for free and [Full Story…]

Boxee Brings Internet to TV

Boxee Brings Internet to TV

New York-based Boxee is paving the way for the complete integration of Internet and television. The software developer currently allows Mac and Linux computers and Apple TV to use its technology to watch programming on sites like CBS.com, Hulu, Netflix, YouTube and CNN.com. A version for Windows is [Full Story…]

CBS Confirms Restructuring of its Web Sites

CBS Confirms Restructuring of its Web Sites

Following up on yesterday's coverage of possible restructuring of CBS-owner Web sites, CBS confirmed that CBSNews.com and CNET will be merged into a single newsroom. In addition, cutbacks are expected at other interactive CBS properties like TV.com, Last.fm and ZDNet. MediaPost's Online [Full Story…]

CBS to Merge its News Site with CNET

CBS to Merge its News Site with CNET

paidContent's Rafat Ali reports that NYC-based CBSNews.com and CNET might merge as part of CBS' acquisition of CNET several months ago. While layoffs and site restructuring are possibilities, these speculations have not been confirmed by CNET or CBS. paidContentPrevious: > CBS' Les [Full Story…]

CBS’ Les Moonves Talks About CNET Acquisition

CBS' Les Moonves Talks About CNET Acquisition

We've written about NY-based CBS' acquisition of CNET before, but at the Interactive Advertising Bureau's MIXX conference CBS' CEO Les Moonves provided additional insight into the reasons behind it.  He noted that the acquisition allows them to tap into advertising revenue traditionally the [Full Story…]

CNET Unveils Redesigned Web Site

CNET Unveils Redesigned Web Site

The company has completed the first major overhaul of its Web site in 13 years.  According to The Journal, the new site, which does away with the neon yellow design scheme in place since 1995, not only includes more online video, but it will provide an easier way for advertisers to customize [Full Story…]

CBS Jumpstarting Digital Ops

CBS Jumpstarting Digital Ops

Crain's New York Business (subscription required) | NYConvergence ORIGINAL CBS has been more actively pursuing means to enhance its digital presence.  Here in NYC, they have launched the CBS2 New York Network, a revenue-sharing network which allows participating bloggers to display a [Full Story…]

CBS Broadcast Center Upgrading Facilities

CBS Broadcast Center Upgrading Facilities

Broadcasting & Cable The network is currently engaged in a multiyear plan to revamp its production facilities and playout infrastructure at the CBS Broadcast Center on West 57th Street, including an HD control room that will support the CBS Evening News with Katie Couric's move to the 1080-line [Full Story…]