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CBS All Access

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TheForce
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CBS All Access

Post by TheForce » Wed Feb 22, 2017 12:16 pm

I have to say I am pleased with CBS All Access. I don't really watch the on demand programming on there. But what I do watch on there is the live CBS affiliate feeds from all over the country. That can be accomplished using the Google Chrome browser. I always have to streaming to my TV with the Chromecast. It's interesting seeing how other stations do their thing compared to our local stations.



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Re: CBS All Access

Post by craig11152 » Wed Feb 22, 2017 12:38 pm

I will be curious about how well that concept goes. Most folks have some sort of point at which they are tapped out on a TV budget. At the moment I pay for Comcast with NO premium channels, Netflix streaming and Amazon Prime. That is my limit. If that limit ever increases I would go with Hulu before CBS.



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Re: CBS All Access

Post by TheForce » Wed Feb 22, 2017 2:35 pm

The on demand shows are limited. They have current shows, and classic shows like Cheers, Star Trek, MacGuyver (the original), etc... I have the $5.99 commercial plan. I'm a severe weather junkie and it's neat going to out of market affiliates to see the local coverage.



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