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For the past several decades, broadcast giant CBS (NYSE:CBS) has been the TV home of the NCAA Tournament. Last year, the company captured the bulk of the tournament advertising revenue, which came in at an estimated $738 million. That advertising dollar amount is expected to be even bigger this year, and that should make CBS shares an easy layup for investors. Interestingly, the stock has performed quite well in April, and it is no coincidence that this timely performance comes right after March Madness.

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