12.15.2008 10:01 AM
CBS News partners with ‘BusinessWeek’

McGraw-Hill’s “BusinessWeek” has partnered with CBS News, collaborating on stories and segments to be broadcast on the “CBS Evening News with Katie Couric.” Five segments have already been produced together in 2008, with more planned for 2009 across a “broad range of topics.”

“CBS News is committed to bringing our viewers the most comprehensive, thoughtful and useful reporting on a variety of critical business and health issues and we are pleased to partner with ‘BusinessWeek’ to offer even greater depth and breadth in our broadcast and online reports,” said Sean McManus, president, CBS News and Sports.


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