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CBS, AT&T Announce Content Carriage Agreement - Quick Facts

CBS Corp. (CBS) and AT&T Communications (T) have reached a multi-year content carriage agreement. The deal includes retransmission consent for all 26 CBS-owned stations in 17 markets. Terms of the deal were not disclosed by the companies.

The content carriage agreement will provide CBS-owned local broadcast stations and national channels CBS Sports Network and Smithsonian Channel to customers of AT&T's video platforms across the country. CBS local affiliates previously available on DIRECTV NOW will also return to the streaming lineups.

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