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CBS is looking to be a television pioneer in the digital arena. Today, the longstanding station launched CBS All Access — their new digital subscription Video On Demand and live streaming service. Consumers will now have access to thousands of hours of programming from CBS Television’s current lineup, previous seasons and classic shows.
For just $5.99 a month, buyers will be able to watch whatever they want through through CBS.com — and its Smartphone compatible. The new service will also allow users to stream local CBS Television stations live in 14 of the largest U.S. markets.
Jim Lanzone, President and CEO, CBS Interactive, said: “Our focus is to develop the best cross-platform video experience possible. We want our audiences to be able to watch CBS’s industry-leading content live and on demand whenever and wherever they want. CBS All Access delivers on that promise by giving our audience not only more CBS content but also more ways to watch in a seamless user experience. We’ve integrated the service into our existing offerings and look forward to bringing it to all major digital platforms — including additional connected devices — in the coming months.
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