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He spent fifty dollars a week of companymoney to buy air time to put on what he called "The La Palina Hour" (it ran only thirty minutes). A family friend bought a group of scattered rafio stations that he called the Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS), though they were separate operations and not a system or network. In any case,they were dwarfed by the giant NBC. Soon, the CBS stations approached bankruptcy. purely out of friendship, Sam Paley bought out his debt{oaded friend and, as much to be rid of a friendly burden as anything else, turned the stations over to his son WilIiam.

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