Unable to reach a contractual agreement by their Friday, 5 p.m. deadline, Time Warner Cable dropped the No. 1 primetime network in New York City, Los Angeles, Dallas and several other markets.
USA Today is reporting that a contract dispute has left TWC customers in eight markets without CBS programming. This includes six of Nielsen’s top ten programs and, potentially, NFL Football. The affected markets are…
- New York: WCBS and WLNY (Ind)
- Los Angeles: KCBS and KCAL (Ind)
- Dallas: KTVT-CBS and KTXA (Ind)
- Boston: WBZ-CBS and WSBK (Ind)
- Pittsburgh: KDKA-CBS and WPCW-CW
- Chicago: WBBM-CBS
- Detroit: WKBD-CWDenver: KCNC-CBS
If you can plug a computer into your television or have purchased a Chromcast, you may be able to continue to watch CBS. Filmon.com is a web site that streams television programming. Open filmon.com in a Chrome tab, choose your channel, send the tab to your chromecast, and select full screen. Standard Definition television is free and HD can be purchased for $9.99/month. There are annual plans and DVR options as well.