Just a day after HBO announced cord-cutting plans to offer its programming to those who do not have cable but want to stream, CBS launched its own service today. As in, it is available now.
The new service is called CBS All Access and for $5.99 a month, you can access the network’s current programming (the day after it airs live), streams of 14 broadcast networks from around the country and an archive of old CBS shows like “Cheers,” (which was produced by CBS Television, but ran on NBC...
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