fuboTV a live TV streaming service, today announced a new agreement with CBS Corporation to carry CBS, Americas most watched broadcast network, and the Networks popular sports and entertainment channels, including CBS Sports Network, The CW, Pop and CBSN, CBS News 24/7 digital streaming news service.
In addition, SHOWTIME® will be offered as an add-on, premium subscription service to those customers who subscribe to Fubo Premier. At launch, consumers will have access to the SHOWTIME East and West feeds and thousands of hours of programming on demand, with entire seasons of award-winning original series.
fuboTV is proving every day that it can compete in the big leagues, and we are pleased we can bring CBS Sports powerhouse big events and live television programming, plus Americas #1 network and other popular channels, to their customers whenever and wherever they want to watch it, while meeting our economic and strategic goals, said Ray Hopkins, President, Television Networks Distribution, CBS Corporation. As these new players continue to come on the scene, its the must-have content that will thrive, and fuboTV clearly understands the value we bring to their service.
Adding CBS, the countrys most watched broadcast network, to our lineup underscores our commitment to delivering a robust line-up of sports and premium content to our subscribers, said David Gandler, co-founder and CEO of fuboTV.
CBS Television Network stations available at launch on fuboTV to include 14 stations owned by CBS: WCBS-TV, New York; KCBS-TV, Los Angeles; WBBM-TV, Chicago; KYW-TV, Philadelphia; KTVT-TV, Dallas-Ft. Worth; KPIX-TV, San Francisco; WBZ-TV, Boston; WWJ-TV, Detroit; WCCO-TV, Minneapolis; KCNC-TV, Denver; WFOR-TV, Miami; KOVR-TV, Sacramento; KDKA-TV, Pittsburgh; and WJZ-TV, Baltimore. Additionally, CBS-owned affiliates of The CW to include eight stations: WPSG-TV, Philadelphia; KBCW-TV, San Francisco; WUPA-TV, Atlanta; WKBD-TV, Detroit; KSTW-TV, Seattle; WTOG-TV, Tampa-St. Petersburg; KMAX-TV, Sacramento; and WPCW-TV, Pittsburgh. Three CBS-owned independent stations will be available at launch including, KCAL-TV, Los Angeles; KTXA-TV, Dallas; and WLNY-TV, New York; and two MyNetwork affiliates, WSBK-TV, Boston and WBFS-TV, Miami, will also be available.