Funny how CBS All Access letting me see out of town station from El Paso KDBC-DT, here in Albuquerque's TV market!
Nice to see what's going on their local news.
Now the interesting to see I don't get CBS, NY, LA, Denver and many others when on Xfinity cable box, but however on the computer, tablet and phone you can get it.
Does CBS All Access have different software apps, for Xfinity, windows and Android by getting live stations streamings.
There is no VPN involved whatsoever.
Just curious in the streaming world other than FTA satellite and OTA.
I signed up also for the commercial free plan. I am using a firestick currently being my dumb Vizio smart tv would not work by itself in my rv.For now you can get 50% off for 12 months with the coupon code PARAMOUNTPLUS
I signed up for the annual commercial free normally 99.99 for $50.
We just finished The Stand which, I believe, was the first thing shown on CBSAA in 4K/HDR.I plan to sign up for the $50/year offer right before the deadline since there isn't anything on CBSAA I'm watching right now.
They've put Champions League and Europa League behind the CBS paywall, but otherwise, most of their other football is some MNT and WNT and a bunch of Western Hemisphere football leagues that most people won't care about. Those leagues are cheap. I believe Serie A and soon EPL will be up for bid.They are moving their NFL highlights show from Showtime to this service, and have picked up a lot of eurosoccer.
Paramount+ “Doubling Down” On Soccer, NFL & More Sports, Says George Cheeks – Deadline
With CBSSN trailing other sports networks in subscribers, and CBS not even bothering to have it included in the ratings; and CBS clearly uninterested in any major rights for the network, one wonders if it will go the way of NBCSN soon.
In early 2020, the Mountain West signed a six-year deal with CBS Sports Network to carry a big chunk of its football and basketball games. CBSSN has contracts with other mid-major conferences as well. I'm sure those contracts are based on the number of potential eyeballs via MvPD TV providers (cable, satellite, YTTV, etc.).With CBSSN trailing other sports networks in subscribers, and CBS not even bothering to have it included in the ratings; and CBS clearly uninterested in any major rights for the network, one wonders if it will go the way of NBCSN soon.
I'm torn. I currently get CBS All Access (no commercials) and Showtime for $9.99 per month through Apple. Reading where you can't get that anymore but can't find info if Apple will cancel it after CBS becomes Paramount +.
this help?I think I am just going to wait until my current year is up in May, and then decide what to do based on the options available then. I'd prefer to get it through AppleTV with Showtime, but, if that is no longer an option, then I'll deal with it.