[See NewsBusters for more.] Despite a combined two and a half hours of available air time, CBS on Wednesday night and Thursday morning allowed just 94 seconds to the latest shocking sexual assault allegations against the network’s former chairman and CEO, Les Moonves. The New York Times on Wednesday offered new details on Moonves’s attempts to cover up forced oral sex against an actress. Over the last few months, CBS has offered conflicted and pained responses to the accusations against Moonves, as well as ex-CBS This Morning co-host Charlie Rose. Often, This Morning hosts seem irritated about having to cover the alleged actions of their colleagues.