CBS 3Q earns beats views, revenue comes up short
``We have come to the conclusion that the streaming of previous seasons of current shows will actually be a benefit,'' Moonves said. ``As we saw with NCIS, which went into syndication, (audience) ratings went up.''
Moonves said such online video deals could ``have a major impact on our results next year.''
CBS shares rose 52 cents to $34.52 in after-hours trading. The stock fell 43 cents to close at $34 in the regular session. Shares hit a 52-week high of $38.32 in September.
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