“Building on the success of our New York, Los Angeles and Boston services, we are excited to continue the rollout of our CBSN Local services with today’s launch in the San Francisco Bay Area,” said Peter Dunn, President, CBS Television Stations. “We look forward to meeting the rising demand for high-quality local news content on streaming platforms in all of our markets, and we are on course to have all 13 CBSN Local services launched by early next year, ahead of the 2020 political primaries and elections.”
“Everyone at CBS San Francisco Bay Area is excited to participate in today’s launch,” said Kevin Walsh, president and general manager, KPIX and KBCW. “We look forward to making our award-winning local news content available to a wider audience, locally and globally, with consumers now being able to get the latest Bay Area news on their favorite platforms whenever they want to watch.”
CBS also announced that CBSN Minnesota will be launching in December. CBS News is also planning to launch CBS News Networks in eight more markets by early 2020 including Chicago, Philadelphia, Dallas-Ft. Worth, Denver, Miami, Sacramento, Pittsburgh and Baltimore.
You can find the CBSN San Francisco Bay Area news feed in the CBS News app and soon in its own stand-alone app.
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