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Media Mogul Sumner Redstone Dies At Age 97 [Video]

Media Mogul Sumner Redstone Dies At Age 97

Billionaire media mogul Sumner Redstone has died. The chairman emeritus of ViacomCBS was 97; Jamie Yuccas reports for CBS2.

Credit: CBS 2 New York     Duration: 02:10Published
Sumner Redstone Dies at 97 | THR News [Video]

Sumner Redstone Dies at 97 | THR News

Sumner Redstone, the hard-charging mogul who parlayed his father’s New England drive-in theater business into a media empire that now flows into virtually every avenue of entertainment, has died. He..

Credit: The Hollywood Reporter     Duration: 01:31Published
Media Mogul Sumner Redstone Dies At 97 [Video]

Media Mogul Sumner Redstone Dies At 97

Billionaire media mogul Sumner Redstone has died. The former executive chairman of CBS and Viacom was 97 years old. CBS News' Jamie Yuccas reports on his life and legacy.

Credit: CBS 2 New York     Duration: 02:04Published
Media Giant Sumner Redstone Dies [Video]

Media Giant Sumner Redstone Dies

Billionaire media mogul Sumner Redstone has died. The former executive chairman of CBS and Viacom was 97 years old.

Credit: CBS 2 New York     Duration: 02:07Published
Media Legend Sumner Redstone Dies At 97 [Video]

Media Legend Sumner Redstone Dies At 97

Sumner Redstone, the media legend who built what is now ViacomCBS, died Tuesday at age 97, the company confirmed in a statement Wednesday.

Credit: CBS2 LA     Duration: 02:37Published

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Media Mogul Sumner Redstone Dies at 97

The billionaire who founded a media empire that included CBS, Viacom, and Paramount Pictures has passed away at the age of 97 in his house in Los Angeles.
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Sumner Redstone Dies at 97; Built Media Empire and Long Reigned Over It

Starting with a chain of drive-in movie theaters, Mr. Redstone negotiated, sued and otherwise fought to amass a domain that included CBS and Viacom.
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