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CBS is making shows that you won't see on conventional TV
Posted 10 August 2014 - 05:40 AM
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Posted 10 August 2014 - 07:36 AM
Doesn't matter if you can't get to them without having a more traditional pay TV account somewhere.
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Posted 10 August 2014 - 11:47 AM
This seems like a non-story. It is hardly unusual for a highly-diversified media company to produce something you will not see on its air. FOX has been making movies for nearly a century, which means before 1987, NONE of them were on their air.
Here's a few other things you won't see on CBS's air: Fender guitars, intercontinental ballistic missiles, Columbia records CDs, Field & Stream magazine, Steinway pianos, and the Atari 2600, just to name a few. There are lots of things the CBS parent company has its fingers in, and all of those are or were holdings of Westinghouse or whoever the parent company was at the time. It's a conglomerate.
And a conglomerate just like everbody else. Nearly every media company is highly vertically and horizontally integrated. They kind of have to be to compete. Nearly every network has a production arm that makes programs that air on all of the other big competing networks.
This is "Dog bites Man". That this trend would not extend to the non-traditional newer outlets, now that is what would be surprising and so actually would be a story; more like "Man bites Dog".