In case you were wondering why the newscasts on the Big Three networks kind-of look the same, it became clear today.
RCA became sole owner in 1932, until GE bought it back in 1986.
Meanwhile, back in the day, NBC ran two radio networks -- until the government stepped in and told them to shuck one in 1943. The spinoff became ABC.
Decades later, in 1995, Westinghouse bought CBS and is now known as CBS Corp., after shedding energy and other businesses under the Westinghouse brand.
Any questions? Tune in tonight. Preferrably to NBC, the network that started it all.