News of Note—CBS, Amazon and E.W. Scripps

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Here are some of the other stories we're following today.

> CBS Television Studios has hired Whitney Berry as vice president of development, cable and streaming. Hollywood Reporter article

> Amazon Studios COO Albert Cheng, who served as interim head of the studio following the ouster of Roy Price last fall until Salke’s appointment, has been named co-head of television. Deadline article

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> Frank Friedman, president of local investment for Publicis Media in New York, will join E.W. Scripps in June in the newly created role of vice president of consumer engagement for local media. Release

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