News of Note—CBS, Viacom, Tegna and NBC

news of note

Here are the other stories we're following today:

> CBS has approved a quarterly dividend on the company's stock of $0.18 per share. Release

> Viacom announced that it will commence cash tender offers for up to a $1 billion aggregate purchase price on a range of securities. Release

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> The TEGNA Foundation announced it will award 270 community grants to help support multiple nonprofit organizations across TEGNA’s 38 markets. Release

> NBC's "The Voice" now allows voting directly from the Comcast Xfinity X1 remote. Release

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