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PALEY, WILLIAM S. (1901-1990).

Founder of the Central Broadcasting System (CBS), a radio and television network. He revolutionized the television industry by taking the programming away from the advertising agencies and investing it in the network itself. During World War II, he served as deputy chief of U.S. war propaganda in Europe. His foundation supported the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel as well as many other causes in Israel and the U.S.

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