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Streaming CBS with the Official App

CBS stands for Columbia Broadcasting System and like its slogan suggests “America’s Most Watched Network,” it ranks amongst the big three networks in the country. CBS is headquartered in New York City’s CBS Building, with production facilities in Los Angeles. The network is sometimes called the “Eye Network,” mainly stemming from the logo, which has been in use since 1951. The network broadcasts an array of entertainment and sports programs. Some of the most notable sports programs are Thursday Night Football, The NFL Today, Southeastern Conference, SEC Championship game, etc.

The official CBS app is called ‘All Access’ and gives subscribers to the channel complete access to a live stream as well as specific programs. However, if you are not a subscriber to CBS and would just like to stream the service on your mobile device, then it costs just $6 a month for the subscription. That said CBS is known to change their pricing frequently, so it’s always a good idea to check their pricing before deciding to subscribe to the app’s streaming feature.

Which Sports Events are Streamed on CBS?

CBS streams many sports events like the NCAA Basketball, NFL games, Super Bowl, Masters Tournament, PGA Championship, etc.