CBS Radio Reportedly Moving 200 Jobs To Nashville

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CBS Radio could soon be moving 200 jobs to Nashville, according to Nashville Business Journal.

On Tuesday, Nov. 15, Tennessee state official Jamari Brown said an unidentified company, named “Project A,” is set to move 200 jobs to Nashville, marking a $5 million investment. Those jobs would pay an average annual salary of $48,000 and would be located downtown. CBS Radio is headquartered in New York City.

Brown also told Metro’s Industrial Development Board on Tuesday that the state has offered $1 million in taxpayer incentives for the deal.

The move would follow the recent announcement that Warner Music Group might add up to 500 jobs in four years to Music City, as it will station its national finance team in Nashville.

CBS Radio’s 117 stations are present in 26 markets, with a reach of more than 65 million people per week in 2015.

 

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