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CBS and Viacom are getting back together again

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CBS and Viacom are getting back together again

CBS and Viacom are getting back together again

CBS and Viacom have reached a deal to reunite media mogul Sumner Redstone&apos;s U.S. entertainment empire, betting that a larger company will be able to compete and partner better in a media industry dominated by giants.

Jane Lanhee Lee reports.

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