After striking a deal with Disney, the satellite television operator is reportedly negotiating for an Internet TV service to be released as soon as this summer.
Besides watching Super Bowl XLVIII for free online, fans can also stream wild card match-ups and playoffs.
Les Moonves ratchets up the rhetoric around Aereo's Supreme Court case, building on past comments about moving programming to cable. CBS, he says now, could go "over the top."
Amazon and CBS are replicating their "Under the Dome" partnership for another TV series from Steven Spielberg, this time a space thriller starring Halle Berry called "Extant."
CBS is Twitter's latest Amplify partner. The pact means 20 CBS properties and 42 of its TV shows will be promoted via tweets.
Les Moonves suggests Amazon paid $700,000 per episode to his broadcast network for the right to stream the Stephen King sci-fi drama four days after broadcast, a first-of-its-kind deal.
The cable company and the broadcaster fail to reach a pact on fees, but subscribers in New York, Los Angeles, and Dallas aren't losing the television channel for now.
The spat could mean some subscribers to the cable operator lose access to CBS's flagship broadcast network -- and all subscribers could lose Showtime. CNET distills the dispute into its basic parts.
A showdown between the broadcast network and the cable provider over fees could cause programming to go dark in some of the country's biggest cities, which would be good for few but Amazon and Aereo.
In separate moves, the two broadcasters expand the reach of their apps for watching shows remotely, letting more gadget owners see ABC's live broadcasts and CBS' catch-up programming. Plus: "Star Trek."