People don’t watch TV the same way they used to. The TV landscape has changed. Subscribing to online streaming is how most people want to watch content. Getting a pay-TV subscription is quickly becoming a thing of the past. And with that in mind CBS has announced the launch of CBS All Access, an online-only TV streaming service that delivers live content and classic content without having to get a pay-TV subscription.
Subscribers will have the ability to live stream their local CBS stations and watch content as its aired for the first time. No NFL games though. Sorry NFL fans.
The service also guarantees next-day streaming access to 15 of its new series. Every season of eight current shows will be offered, but sadly for fans of The Big Bang Theory, that show is not included. But that’s okay because you still get over five thousand episodes of some of the best shows from CBS. That’s a lot to choose from.
CBS All Access can be used through its website or through the Android and iOS apps. The price is $5.99 per month and the ability to stream live TV will at first be limited to New York, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, San Francisco, Boston, Minneapolis, Detroit, Miami, Denver, Sacramento, Baltimore and PIttsburgh. CBS will add more locations soon. HBO recently announced a similar online-only streaming service starting next year.
Source UbergizmoFiled Under: Technology News