CBS all access service costs $5.99 per month and gives users a list of current CBS shows along with a large collection of older shows, like Star Trek and other classic shows.
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With a large collection of older shows
This service costs $5.99 per month and gives users a list of current CBS shows along with a large collection of older shows, like Star Trek and other classic shows, take a look not everything in their TV classics is truly a classic.
Some of the stuff is Yoon from the 90s, the 80s, 60s, and 70s, kind of like a radio station, but in a way, it's almost like a Hulu for CBS, you can catch up on game shows or your soap operas, and of course their primetime shows.
The good thing about this service for CBS fans is that you're not going to have to wait for a week to get the latest episodes, the way that you would on a CBS app, and this is a pretty exciting announcement. This is the very first platform to have this, besides the mobile online apps a little bit about how it works.
There are a lot of choices
You have to add the app, you can do that, it is listed under TV and movies since it came out today. I looked for it under new and it wasn't there, I'll provide a link to the app, so that you can add it, but see there it is on a TV in movies, but court cutters are getting a lot of options.
I mean right here Netflix Hulu Plus Tablo CBS all access, YouTube sling television Amazon, there are a lot of choices, but once you add the app you do have to go in and like a lot of things you go to cbs.com/Roku.
Roku is going to prompt you with a password to load things up, and then you have to sign up for the service, but they do give you a one-week free preview, which we are taking advantage of right here, now you'll notice it says live TV here.
Be localized to CBS's app
This is not going to affect most of us, there are only about 12, maybe 14 TV markets that allow streaming from this app. Although CBS is working to try to entice affiliates by offering the money per subscriber, kind of like rights fees, you can search their library, this is going to be localized, just to CBS's app.
There's the pretty much, when I was a kid, this was in syndication all the time, but as you see there's quite a library of this stuff, and besides the original Star Trek it has all of the Star Trek shows, and that in a nutshell is the CBS app.
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How to use CBS All Access on Roku | CordCutters: how-use-cbs-all-access-roku