CBS sees costlier season for prime-time TV ads


By Paul Thomasch NEW YORK, May 29 (Reuters) - CBS Corp Chief Executive Leslie Moonves on Thursday predicted advertisers would pay more for prime-time television commercials next season, but said discussions to book the deals were moving slowly. "We've begun the dance with the advertisers, the major advertising agencies, and the clients," Moonves said at the Sanford Bernstein Strategic Decisions Conference. "The marketplace will be up, I'm confident of that. How high up? It's still too ...

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