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CBS scores FIC Sweden deal 13 January 2015

Fox International Channels Sweden has scored a multi-year programming agreement with the distribution arm of US broadcaster CBS. The deal with CBS Studios International will see CBS show including Madam Secretary and Scorpion (pictured) launch exclusively on new Swedish pay TV channel Fox. Other series included are rerun rights to The Good Wife and Numbers. This includes …

CBS Launches Digital Subscription Service 19 December 2014

CBS, the television network has announced to roll out a digital subscription service that will feature live television and video on demand of current and previous television shows. CBS’s introduction of a digital streaming service is a major step from one of the largest television companies in the U.S. CBS is by far the largest to enter the market of streaming …

CBS Launches 24-hour Streaming News Channel 19 December 2014

CBS has launched a new 24-hour digital news network, putting it into closer competition against other networks that already have sister stations with dedicated news outlets. CBSN will stream news via the Internet, and is set to include 15 anchored hours of coverage every weekday. The coverage will be available on any Internet-connected device running from …

Americans Ditch traditional TV, Stream more Internet-based Video 08 December 2014

Americans are increasingly watching TV shows and movies on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon streaming and other services. CBS and HBO have announced standalone streaming services as well. About 45 percent of Americans stream television shows at least once a month. That number is expected to increase to 53 percent or 175 million people by 2018. Content is …

New on-demand television services to accelerate ‘cord cutting’ among viewing public 02 December 2014

For years, the notion of on-demand, anywhere television has been slowly disrupting the traditional pay TV industry. Over the past few years, online services like Netflix, Hulu and Amazon have been gaining viewers at the expense of cable and satellite services. But the entry of content powerhouses like HBO and CBS change the landscape because …

The future of television 02 December 2014

5 million people have signed up for Netflix, Hulu and other low-cost Video streaming services so they could watch shows and movies via the internet. Netflix alone has rapidly amassed 36 million. That number is expected to keep rising, as people switch to the cheaper alternative of watching TV and movies on computers and TVs …

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