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More kid fare planned for CBS

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Westinghouse Electric Corp. said it will increase the amount of educational and informational children's programming on CBS after it acquires the network. Westinghouse's announcement follows the filing of a challenge to the acquisition, on behalf of three public interest groups, asking for a greater commitment to children. Michael H. Jordan, chairman-CEO, said the company will double CBS' children's programming to two hours by the fall of 1996, and will add a third hour by the 1997 season.

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