CBS and Time Warner Cable have reached a content carriage agreement, ending a month-long blackout that cut off millions of the cable giant's subscribers from the network's programming.
CBS, which owns CNET, said in a statement that it expects its programming to resume on Time Warner systems in New York, Los Angeles, and Dallas by 3 p.m. PT Monday. Terms of the deal were not revealed.
CBS CEO Les Moonves said that although the dispute went on longer than expected, the new contract was worth the fight.
"This was a far more protracted dispute than anyone … Read more