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As part of the settlement, Sirius acquired the exclusive rights to all of the WXRK tapes (over two decades worth of shows) for million.
Moonves has served on the board of Zeni Max Media since its foundation in 1999, alongside his friend and Zeni Max president Ernest Del.
Stern later appeared on CBS' own Late Show with David Letterman, wearing a shirt mocking Moonves and his wife.
On June 7, 2006, Stern announced that the lawsuit had been settled.
Also at 20th Century Fox Television he was vice president of movies and mini-series.
He was in charge of first-run syndication and pay/cable programming at 20th Century Fox Television.On April 7, 2003, Moonves portrayed himself in an episode of The Practice.From early 2004, Moonves has made regular contributions to Late Show with David Letterman.In February 2005, Moonves was identified as the executive directly responsible for ordering the cancellation of UPN's Star Trek: Enterprise and the ending of the 18-year revival of the Star Trek television franchise.In January 2006, Moonves helped make the deal that brought together CBS-owned UPN with The WB to form the CW Network.Later appearances have taken the same format, with Letterman discussing current events and the CBS network with the company's CEO.On the March 23, 2015 premiere episode of The Late Late Show with James Corden, Moonves portrayed himself as the head of CBS, who then sends out a golden ticket that will grant whoever finds it a chance to host the Late Late Show, in an homage to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.Prior to that, he had a series of executive positions at CBS, since July 1995.In his sophomore year he switched his major from pre-med to Spanish and acted in a few plays; following graduation in 1971 he moved to Manhattan to pursue a career as an actor, but after he played a few "forgettable" TV roles he decided to pursue the business side of television instead.The Epiphone serial number decoder currently supports 12 serial number formats from 25 factories. Serial numbers from 70' and 80's era Epiphone guitars made in Japan are not supported.The reason for this is that there is no reliable documentation from this time period.