CBS All Access
CBS All Access
CBS All Access is an over-the-top subscription streaming video on demand service owned and operated by CBS. It offers original content, content newly aired on CBS’s broadcast properties, and content from CBS’s vast library, along with living streams of the local CBS affiliate’s main channel, where available. As of February 2017, the service has nearly 1.5 million subscribers.
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CBS (an initialism of the network’s former name, the Columbia Broadcasting System) is an American English language commercial broadcast television network that is a flagship property of CBS Corporation. The company is headquartered at the CBS Building in New York City with major production facilities and operations in New York City (at the CBS Broadcast Center) and Los Angeles (at CBS Television City and the CBS Studio Center).
CBS is sometimes referred to as the “Eye Network”, in reference to the company’s iconic logo, in use since 1951. It has also been called the “Tiffany Network”, alluding to the perceived high quality of CBS programming during the tenure of William S. Paley. It can also refer to some of CBS’s first demonstrations of color television, which were held in a former Tiffany & Co. building in New York City in 1950. CBS All Access Customer Service Phone Number is contact where we can access all the information which we want regarding the CSS all access.
On October 28, 2014, CBS launched CBS All Access; an over-the-top subscription streaming service – priced at $5.99 per month ($9.99 with an option for advertising-free streaming content) – which allows users to view the past and present episodes of CBS shows. Announced on October 16, 2014 (one day after HBO announced the launch of its over-the-top service HBO Now), as the first OTT offering by an American broadcast television network, the service initially encompassed the network’s existing streaming portal at CBS.com and its mobile app for smartphones and tablet computers; CBS All Access became available on Roku on April 7, 2015, and on Chromecast on May 14, 2015. In addition to providing full-length episodes of CBS programs, the service allows live programming streams of local CBS affiliates in 124 markets reaching 75% of the United States (including stations owned by Tribune Broadcasting, Sinclair Broadcast Group, Hearst Television, Tegna Media, Nexstar Media Group, Meredith Corporation, Griffin Communications, Raycom Media, Weigel Broadcasting and Cox Media Group and the launch group of CBS Television Stations), including SEC sports and the NFL; however due to the absence of streaming rights, a few sports events are not streamed on the service (mainly involving PGA Tour events, some locally-programmed NFL preseason games, and select brokered shows through CBS Sports Spectacular), along with limited syndicated and paid programming where only a local broadcast license to carry the program is allowed and web airing rights are retained by the syndicator or infomercial producer. By the very nature of it being live, streaming of a local affiliate does include all advertising, even with the commercial-free plan. If you want to know more about the history of CBS all access then you can contact to CBS All Access Phone Number.
On November 2, 2015, it was announced that the first CBS All Access original series would be a new Star Trek series in 2017, which is set in the original Star Trek universe, not the universe featured in Star Trek Beyond. The first season will consist of 15 episodes.
On May 18, 2016, it was announced that The Good Wife would get a spin-off featuring Christine Baranski’s character Diane Lockhart. The series, titled The Good Fight, launched with a CBS broadcast premiere on February 19, 2017, with the remaining nine episodes exclusive to CBS All Access. The series became the first original drama on the platform when the Star Trek series premiere was delayed until the fall of 2017.
On August 2, 2016, the announcement was made that an online version of Big Brother would air on CBS All Access in the fall of 2016. The announcement marked the first CBS television series set to air exclusively on the platform. It is also expected to be the first reality game show set to air exclusively on any streaming platform. On August 10, 2016, CBS announced that Julie Chen would continue to serve as host, and then revealed the season to be called Big Brother: Over the Top. All the original programming of the CBS channel is tackle by the database of the support system of CBS so you can contact to CBS All Access Customer Service Number to get all the detailed information.
Syndicated and Archived Programming
The most recent episodes of the network’s shows are usually made available on CBS.com and CBS All Access the day after their original broadcast.
CBS All Access provides complete back catalogs of most of its current series, including full-season “stacking rights” (with the exception of certain series, such as The Big Bang Theory, to which CBS only holds “last five” episode rights as Warner Bros. retains all other rights as the show’s distributor), as well as a wide selection of episodes of classic series from the CBS Television Distribution program library – including shows previously owned by Paramount Television made for both CBS and other networks prior to CBS’s acquisition of its program library through the CBS-Viacom split (including the complete episode catalog of shows like Star Trek, Cheers, MacGyver, Twin Peaks and CSI: Miami) to subscribers of the service. CBS All Access also carries behind-the-scenes features from CBS programs and special events, and (beginning with the 17th season in June 2015) live feeds and special content from the reality series Big Brother.CBS All Access Customer Support Number is provided by the CBS support system so the customer can get solutions to every problem.
In mid-April 2017, a limited library of films made up of content from Paramount Pictures, the Samuel Goldwyn Company and CBS Films, was made available on the service. This includes several titles in the Star Trek film series.
List of programs broadcast by CBS All Access
- Drama series
- The Good Fight (February 19, 2017–present)
- Reality series
- Big Brother: Over the Top (September 28, 2016–present)
- Drama series
- Star Trek: Discovery (September 24, 2017)
- Strange Angel (TBA)
- $1 (TBA)
- Comedy series
- No Activity (TBA)
The following is a list of assets owned by CBS Corporation, a subsidiary of National Amusements. Many of CBS’s former assets are now the property of Viacom due to the CBS/Viacom New Year’s 2006 split.
CBS Cable Networks
The most recent episodes of the network’s shows are usually made available on CBS.com and CBS All Access the day after their original broadcast.
- HDNet Movies
- CBS Sports Network
- Pop (50% with Lionsgate)
- Showtime Networks
- Showtime 2 (SHO2, formerly SHOTOO)
- Showcase (formerly Showtime 3)
- Showtime Extreme
- Showtime Beyond
- Showtime Next
- Showtime Family Zone
- Showtime Women
- The Movie Channel
- The Movie Channel Xtra
- Smithsonian Channel (joint venture with the Smithsonian Institution)
- Showtime Entertainment
- Showtime Documentary Films
- SET Pay-Per-View
- Ten Network Holdings
- Network Ten
- ATV Melbourne
- TEN Sydney
- TVQ Brisbane
- ADS Adelaide
- NEW Perth
- Ten HD
- Spree TV (50%)
- Outdoor Plus Pty Limited
- Media Choice LLC
- Ultimate Media Group Pty Limited
CBS entered the publishing business in 1967 by acquiring Holt, Rinehart & Winston, a publisher of trade books and textbooks as well as the magazine Field & Stream. The following year, CBS acquired the medical publishing company Saunders and merged it into Holt, Rinehart & Winston. In 1971, CBS acquired Bond/Parkhurst, the publisher of Road & Track and Cycle World. CBS greatly expanded its magazine business by purchasing Fawcett Publications in 1974, bringing in such magazines as Woman’s Day. In 1984, it acquired the majority of the publications owned by Ziff Davis. CBS All Access Support Number is a support number of CBS all access where we can query any question about CBS all-access channel.
CBS sold its book publishing businesses in 1985. The educational publishing division, which retained the Holt, Rinehart & Winston name, was sold to Harcourt Brace Jovanovich; the trade book division, renamed Henry Holt and Company, was sold to the West German publisher Holtzbrinck. CBS exited the magazine business through the sale of the unit to its executive Peter Diamandis, who later sold the magazines to Hachette Filipacchi Médias in 1988, forming Hachette Filipacchi Media U.S.
- Animated primetime holiday specials
- Classical music specials
- National Geographic
- Other notable specials
CBS provides video on demand access for delayed viewing of the network’s programming through various means, including via its website at CBS.com; the network’s apps for iOS, Android and newer version Windows devices; a traditional VOD service called CBS on Demand available on most traditional cable and IPTV providers; and through content deals with Amazon Video (which holds exclusive streaming rights to two CBS drama series, Extant and Under the Dome) and Netflix. Notably, however, CBS is the only major broadcast network that does not provide recent episodes of its programming on Hulu (sister network The CW does offer its programming on the streaming service, albeit on a one-week delay after becoming available on the network’s website on Hulu’s free service, with users of its subscription service being granted access to newer episodes of CW series eight hours after their initial broadcast), due to concerns over cannibalizing viewership of some of the network’s most prominent programs; however, episode back catalogs of certain past and present CBS series are available on the service through an agreement with CBS Television Distribution. CBS All Access Technical Support is available for the customers of the CBS all-access channel; they provide the Best technical support for the issues in the channel.
Upon the release of the app in March 2013, CBS restricted streaming of the most recent episode of any of the network’s program on its streaming app for Apple iOS devices until eight days after their initial broadcast, in order to encourage live or same-week (via both DVR and cable on demand) viewing; programming selections on the app were limited until the release of its Google Play and Windows 8 apps in October 2013, expanded the selections to include full episodes of all CBS series to which the network does not license the streaming rights to other services.
CBS All Access
On October 28, 2014, CBS launched CBS All Access, an over-the-top subscription streaming service – priced at $5.99 per month ($9.99 with the no commercials option) – which allows users to view the past and present episodes of CBS shows. Announced on October 16, 2014 (one day after HBO announced the launch of its over-the-top service HBO Now) as the first OTT offering by a USA broadcast television network, the service initially encompassed the network’s existing streaming portal at CBS.com and its mobile app for smartphones and tablet computers; CBS All Access became available on Roku on April 7, 2015, and on Chromecast on May 14, 2015. In addition to providing full-length episodes of CBS programs, the service allows live programming streams of local CBS affiliates in 124 markets reaching 75% of the United States. CBS All Access Technical Support is the other link where you can contact if you want to subscribe any new function or feature in your channel.
CBS All Access offers the most recent episodes of the network shows the day after their original broadcast, as well as complete back catalogs of most of its current series and a wide selection of episodes of classic series from the CBS Television Distribution program library, to subscribers of the service. CBS All Access also carries behind-the-scenes features from CBS programs and special events.
Original programs expected to air on CBS All Access include a new Star Trek series, a spin-off of The Good Wife, and an online version of Big Brother.
CBS’s master feed is transmitted in 1080i high definition, the native resolution format for CBS Corporation’s television properties. However, seven of its affiliates transmit the network’s programming in 720p HD, while seven others carry the network feed in 480i standard definition either due to technical considerations for affiliates of other major networks that carry CBS programming on a digital subchannel or because a primary feed CBS affiliate has not yet upgraded their transmission equipment to allow content to be presented in HD. If you want to get HD channel of CBA all access then contact to CBS All Access TV Support Number.
CBS began its conversion to high definition with the launch of its simulcast feed, CBS HD, on September 1998 at the start of the 1998–99 seasons. That year, the network aired the first NFL game ever broadcast in high-definition, with the telecast of the New York Jets-Buffalo Bills game on November 8. The network gradually converted much of its existing programming from standard-definition to high definition beginning with the 2000–01 season, with select shows among that season’s slate of freshmen, scripted series being broadcast in HD from their debuts. The Young and the Restless became the first daytime soap opera to broadcast in HD on June 27, 2001.
CBS’s 14-year conversion to an entire high definition schedule ended in 2014, with Big Brother and Let’s Make a Deal becoming the final two network series to convert from 4:3 standard definition to HD (in contrast, NBC, Fox and The CW were already airing their entire programming schedules – outside of Saturday mornings – in high definition by the 2010–11 season, while ABC was broadcasting its entire schedule in HD by the 2011–12 midseason). All of the network’s programming has been presented in full HD since then (with the exception of certain holiday specials produced prior to 2005 – such as the Rankin-Bass specials – which continue to be presented in 4:3 SD, although some have been premastered for HD broadcast). CBS All Access TV Support Phone Number is also available for the users who want to connect with HD CBS.
As of September 1, 2016 when ABC converted to a 16:9 widescreen presentation, CBS and The CW are currently the only remaining networks which frame their promotions and on-screen graphical elements for a 4:3 presentation, though with CBS Sports’s de facto 16:9 conversion with Super Bowl 50 and their new graphical presentation designed for 16:9 framing, in practice most CBS affiliates ask pay-TV providers to pass down a 16:9 widescreen presentation by default over their standard definition channels.
In Canada, CBS network programming is carried on cable, satellite and IPTV providers in Canada through affiliates and owned-and-operated stations of the network that are located within proximity to Canada–United States border (such as KIRO-TV/Seattle, KDLH/Duluth, Minnesota, WWJ-TV/Detroit and WIVB-TV/Buffalo, New York and WCAX-TV/Burlington, Vermont ), some of which may also be receivable over-the-air in parts of southern Canada depending on the signal coverage of the station. Most programming is generally the same as it airs in the United States; however, some CBS programming on U.S.-based affiliates permitted for carriage by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission by Canadian cable and satellite providers are subject to simultaneous substitutions, a practice in which a pay television provider supplants an American station’s signal with a feed from a Canadian station/network airing a particular program in the same time slot to protect domestic advertising revenue. CBS All Access Technical Support Number is the number where you can call if you want to add or subscribe this channel in Canada.
In Bermuda, CBS maintains an affiliation with Hamilton-based ZBM-TV, locally owned by Bermuda Broadcasting Company.
CBS programming is available in Mexico through affiliates in markets located within proximity to the Mexico–United States border (such as KSWT/Yuma, Arizona; KVTV/Laredo, Texas; KDBC-TV/El Paso, Texas; KGBT-TV/Harlingen, Texas; and KFMB-TV/San Diego), whose signals are readily receivable over-the-air in border areas of northern Mexico.
Sky News broadcasts the CBS Evening News on its channels serving the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand and Italy.
1. The United Kingdom
On September 14, 2009, the international arm of CBS, CBS Studios International, reached a joint venture deal with Chellomedia to launch six CBS-branded channels in the United Kingdom – which would respectively replace Zone Romantica, Zone Thriller, Zone Horror and Zone Reality, as well as timeshift services Zone Horror +1 and Zone Reality +1 – during the fourth quarter of that year. On October 1, 2009, it was announced that the first four channels, CBS Reality, CBS Reality +1, CBS Drama and CBS Action, would launch on November 16 – respectively replacing Zone Reality, Zone Reality +1, Zone Romantica and Zone Thriller. On April 5, 2010, Zone Horror and Zone Horror +1 were rebranded as Horror Channel and Horror Channel +1. CBS All Access Customer Service Phone Number is the number where you can call if you want to add or subscribe this channel in the United Kingdom.
In Australia, Network Ten maintains a distribution agreement with CBS Television Distribution that gives the network rights to carry programs such as Entertainment Tonight, Dr. Phil, and Late Show with Stephen Colbert, the NCIS franchise, and Scorpion. Nine Networks maintains the rights to story content sourced from 60 Minutes, used on the domestic program of the same title, while reports provided by Network Ten are used in the United States by CBS for supplementary coverage of Australian topics. Network Ten’s sister digital channels One and Eleven also carry CBS programming. In June 2017 the conditions of the deal changed when the network went into voluntary administration to only carry certain programs that rate well. CBS All Access Phone Number is the number where you can call if you want to add or subscribe this channel in Australia.
On August 28, 2017, CBS announced that they would purchase 100% of Channel 10 and associated properties, making it a wholly owned subsidiary.
In the U.S. territory of Guam, the network is affiliated with low-power station KUAM-LP in Hagåtña. Entertainment and non-breaking news programming is shown day and date on a one-day tape delay, as Guam is located on the west side of the International Date Line (for example, NCIS, which airs on Tuesday nights, is carried Wednesdays on KUAM-LP, and is advertised by the station as airing on the latter night in on-air promotions), with live programming and breaking news coverage airing as scheduled, meaning live sports coverage often airs early in the morning.
2. Hong Kong
In Hong Kong, the CBS Evening News was broadcast live during the early morning hours on ATV; networks in that country maintains an agreement to rebroadcast portions of the program 12 hours after the initial broadcast to provide additional content in the event that their affiliates have insufficient news content to fill time during their local news programs. CBS All Access Customer Service Number is the number where you can call if you want to add or subscribe this channel in Hong Kong.
In the Philippines, the CBS Evening News is broadcast on satellite network Q-TV (a sister channel of GMA Network), while CBS This Morning is shown in that country on the Lifestyle Network. The Late Show with David Letterman is broadcast by Studio 23 and Maxx, which are both owned by ABS-CBN. 60 Minutes is currently broadcast on CNN Philippines (formerly Talktv, Solar News Channel and 9TV) as a part of their Stories block, which includes documentaries and is broadcast on Wednesday at 8:00 p.m. before CNN Philippines Nightly News with replays in a capacity as a standalone program on Saturdays at 8:00 a.m. & 5:00 pm and Sundays at 6:00 am, all in local time (UTC + 8). And with the merger of RTL, it’s known as RTL, CBS Entertainment.
In India, CBS maintained a brand licensing agreement with Reliance Broadcast Network Ltd. for three CBS-branded channels: Big CBS Prime, Big CBS Spark, and Big CBS Love. These channels were shut down in late November 2013. CBS All Access Customer Support Number is the number where you can call if you want to add or subscribe this channel in India.
CBS All Access TV Support Number
If you wish to speak to a customer service representative regarding your subscription, make changes to your account such as change an address, renew, report a missing issue, or need to cancel a subscription, please call +1-855-430-3276 (toll-free).
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