A little while ago, CBS News had a little bit of brand news.
On September 25, the network announced that its brand brand name, the CBS logo, was being used in more than 5,000 ways.
That’s more than the number of brands that CBS owns and manages, or the number that use its name in products.
That kind of news was always welcome, even if you were not an actual fan of CBS.
But when CBS finally revealed the news, its brand name became a bit of a viral hit.
So, did the CBS brand name cause its brand to become so popular?
The answer to that question, according to CBS, is a definite “yes.”
“We have been growing our brand with more and more people using the CBS name on products around the world,” a CBS spokesperson told CBS News.
“The news that we have just announced today is a sign that we are seeing a big uptick in the popularity of our brand.
And this is not a one-time event, this is happening every day.”CBS also added that the number has doubled in the past year, from 6,600 to 17,500.
And it’s no surprise that many consumers have become accustomed to using the brand name as a brand name.
CBS is the largest TV network in the United States, and CBS News is the second most popular television network in terms of viewers and the number-one most watched channel in the country, behind ABC.
So CBS has a very real brand name that is being used by consumers around the country to refer to themselves, to brand their product, to be connected to their brand, and to show their respect for it.
But it’s not all positive news for the brand.
In addition to the CBS mark, CBS also has a trademark that could be in the crosshairs of trademark infringement.
CBS has been fighting a number of lawsuits from companies who claim the mark violates their copyrights and trademarks.
And there’s one big problem with the CBS trademark, according the National Association of Trademark Administrators: It’s a trademark.
“The CBS mark does not constitute a ‘brand’ trademark, and is not covered by federal trademark law,” the association said in a statement.
The association says it believes the CBS company has made the CBS Brand trademark available to a number “of businesses that have not yet adopted a trademark policy that would apply to the mark.”
In other words, if you want to use the mark, you’ll have to use it by other means.
So, if CBS has an interest in keeping its brand mark the way it is, it might want to reconsider.
CBS News, CBS, and other networks like it could be facing a lawsuit over the CBS word.
If that lawsuit does eventually come to fruition, it would likely be filed by a company like Disney, which owns the CBS trademarks.
Disney could use the trademark to prevent CBS from using it as a trademark in its products, as well as in the way that it advertises the mark to potential customers.
But that’s not a particularly good way to handle a trademark case, either.
That’s not to say that the CBS marks have been in the wrong all along.
They’ve been in good hands, in the eyes of many.