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CBS adds more shows to online TV library

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 21 May 2008 18:11 User comments (4)

CBS adds more shows to online TV library CBS Entertainment has announced that it will be adding more classic shows to its CBS.com online video network and its partnering CBS Audience Network sites.
Beginning this morning, full episodes from "The Love Boat", "Beverly Hills 90210", "Twin Peaks", "Family Ties", and "Perry Mason" were made available on all of CBS's online video networks and its partners, including CNET, AOL, Microsoft, Comcast, Joost, Sling Media, Veoh, and Bebo.

The broadcaster noted that more content was coming from "one of the largest television programming libraries in the entertainment business" and it seems in the upcoming months the company hopes to add more and more content.

While other broadcasters have made their content available only through certain outlets, CBS is going the other way, allowing its content to be viewed anywhere where there are fans and advertising revenue.

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4 user comments

122.5.2008 11:04

OK, what software to use to download them, would love to have all the Twilight Zones. Do the other stations have downloads of old shows?

222.5.2008 14:23

This could be a good thing.


"The flimsier the product,the higher the price"
Ferengi 82nd rule of aqusition


324.5.2008 2:24

They add more shows..and nobody gives 2 $hits because we already have them all in Xvid, Divx or .TS 1080p format.

Go die CBS.

424.5.2008 3:53

Ouch !!! ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^


"The flimsier the product,the higher the price"
Ferengi 82nd rule of aqusition


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