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CBS becomes first major network to launch internet TV service | The Verge

CBS is launching a streaming TV service today that allows subscribers to watch live content and classic shows online, without having a cable subscription. The service is called CBS All Access and it’s available for $5.99 per month. Most notably, it’ll let many subscribers stream their local CBS stations — and that means they’ll be able to watch the network’s new shows, including hits like The Good Wife, as they air for the first time. Critically, though, NFL games are not being made available.

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