While broadcast television has diminished significantly in the streaming age, it doesn’t look to be going anywhere soon as long as it has NFL games, which accounted for 26 of the 30 most watched television programs this fall. But a new report from The Hollywood Reporter offered signs that CBS may be preparing to loosen the broadcast TV chord a bit. During an appearance at UBS’ 42nd annual Global Media and Communications Conference, CBS CEO Les Moonves said the network could someday add NFL games to its digital subscription service, CBS All Access.
CBS launched All Access in October for $6 per month. The service provides online and mobile video-on-demand access to past CBS programming, as well as current shows a day after the original airdate. All Access also offers live streaming of local CBS Television programming in 14 markets including major markets like New York City, Los Angeles, and Chicago.
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