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CBS ‘All Access’ Includes Local Stations in Subscription Service (TVSpy)
CBS Thursday announced the launch of “CBS All Access,” a digital subscription service that allows viewers — with or without a pay TV subscription — access to CBS programs, live TV, and CBS’ owned-and-operated stations. LostRemote The service is available for $5.99 a month. At the time of launch, consumers in 14 cities will have live access to their local CBS stations, allowing them to stream programs as they air. CBS News The service is accessible through CBS.com and on mobile devices through the CBS App for iOS and Android. THR In addition to serving up current-season episodes the day after they air, it will offer previous seasons of several CBS-owned shows as well as a vast library of classic CBS series. The service is planned to be added to connected TVs at a later date. All Access marks a considerable move for a network that has long been selective with regard to its digital dealings, famously staying out of the Hulu pact its broadcast rivals made many years earlier. Capital New York On Wednesday, HBO announced that its HBO Go service would be available to all customers next year. The service, which provides access to HBO’s current programming and shows from the past, is currently only available to HBO subscribers.

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Vice Magazine Hooks Up With CNN.com

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Vice Magazine, also known as the Hipster Bible (we know because a hipster told us so) is now in bed with, uhm, CNN.com.

Tyler Gray at Fast Company reports:

The Furs are featured in the CNN.com/VBS.TV segment “Indie Asia: On tour with Handsome Furs.” Right now, the VBS.TV on CNN.com microsite is offering “The Vice Guide to Liberia.” The new “VBS.TV on CNN.com” will hold a prominent spot on CNN’s newly redesigned site and will show up on the CNN app for the iPhone and iPod Touch. A new report airs each Wednesday.

The best quote of the piece goes to senior vice president of CNN.com KC Estenson:

“I think of it through the lens of authenticity,” Estenson said. “CNN’s roots are in rebellion. Doing 24-hour news is rebellion.”

Uh, nope. It’s not. We just looked it up and…nope.

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