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CBS and Cablevision Renew Carriage Agreement; Smithsonian Channel Will Benefit

Oct 12, 2009  •  Post A Comment

CBS and Cablevision renewed their carriage agreement, and viewers don’t have to worry about losing New York’s WCBS and Philadelphia/New Jersey’s KYW and WPSG, reports Mediaweek.

Terms weren’t disclosed but CBS was asking for transmission consent fees in the realm of 50 cents a subscriber.

The deal also covers Showtime, CBS College Sports Network and the Smithsonian Channel. Smithsonian will join Cablevision’s iO Gold digital premium package.

–Elizabeth Jensen

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