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  2. CBS News (streaming service) - Wikipedia

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    CBS News (formerly CBSN, also known as the CBS News Streaming Network) is an American news channel operated by the CBS News and Paramount Streaming divisions of Paramount Global. Launched on November 6, 2014, it features blocks of live, rolling news coverage, original programs, as well as encore airings of CBS News television programs.

  3. CBS Radio - Wikipedia

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    CBS Radio is one of the oldest units within CBS Corporation, and has been around since 1928. However, the actual CBS Radio Network (now CBS News Radio) was launched in 1927, when CBS itself was known as United Independent Broadcasters. Columbia Records later joined in and that company was renamed the Columbia Phonographic Broadcasting System.

  4. KBAK-TV - Wikipedia

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    KBAK-TV (channel 29) is a television station in Bakersfield, California, United States, affiliated with CBS.It is owned by Sinclair Broadcast Group alongside low-power, Class A Fox affiliate KBFX-CD (channel 58).

  5. WXIA-TV - Wikipedia

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    History. What is known today as WXIA-TV originally signed on the air September 30, 1951, at 5 p.m., as WLTV on VHF channel 8. It was the first full time ABC affiliate for Atlanta, taking it over from WSB-TV and WAGA-TV (channel 5), both originally primary NBC and CBS affiliates respectively that previously shared ABC programming as a secondary affiliation.

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  7. Rose of Tralee (festival) - Wikipedia

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    The Rose of Tralee International Festival is an international event which is celebrated among Irish communities all over the world.The festival, held annually in the town of Tralee in County Kerry, takes its inspiration from a 19th-century ballad of the same name about a woman called Mary, who because of her beauty was called "The Rose of Tralee".