CBS goes dark on Dish Network in NYC and LA

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After a number of extensions, negotiations on a new contract between Dish Network and CBS have fallen apart, and the broadcaster’s signals are no longer available on the service in several major markets. That accounts for markets where CBS owns the stations, including New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sacramento, Dallas, Denver, Boston, Chicago, Pittsburgh and “several others.” In a statement, CBS pointed the finger at Dish blaming the satellite broadcaster for dragging its feet, but we’re wondering if CBS’ plan for a streaming “All Access” service is really the hold up.

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