Cord cutters should be feeling upbeat and vindicated. But don’t start running those victory laps just yet.
Over the past week, video powerhouses HBO and CBS made moves to attract cord cutters, cord nevers who don’t plan to sign up for pay TV and others who might be thinking of dropping or scaling back theirs.
CBS’ new All Access service came as the biggest surprise because it is up and running now — on the Web at CBS.com and on Android and Apple devices — with a robust catalog of new and recent episodes of current series such as the Late Show with David Letterman and The Good Wife and a library of more than 5,000 ad-free episodes including all of the Star Trek series, The Andy Griffith Show and more recent shows such as Survivor.
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