CBS creates video-sharing network


CBS creates video-sharing network | | CNET
CBS continues to be an advocate for online video sharing. It’s great to see major networks embrace the Internet as a means to generate more viewers rather than shunning away from it in fear of losing revenue to those who may “pirate” their content, including ABC who debuted their hot new video player.

CBS unveiled a video-distribution network Thursday that will allow users to share clips and full-length content for free.

The broadcaster announced partnerships with a variety of online properties and video-sharing sites, including Brightcove, Joost, Veoh, Sling Media, AOL, Microsoft and CNET Networks (publisher of

CBS shows such as CSI, Late Show with David Letterman, Survivor, CBS Evening News with Katie Couric, and some sports programming will be available for viewing. All of the content will be free and ad-supported.


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