- Associated Press - Sunday, January 26, 2014

Running a major corporation that owns the network that broadcasts the Grammys should be good for something, right?

Maybe that’s why, after LL Cool J introduced Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr to the audience at the opening of the awards show, the CBS camera cut to a picture of someone many people in the viewing audience wouldn’t know.

Those in the entertainment business recognized Leslie Moonves, though. He’s the influential chairman of the CBS Corp., which earned him a good seat and the camera shot right at the beginning of the show.

- David Bauder - Twitter, www.twitter.com/@dbauder


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