CBS News Revamps Site, Includes Rival News Outlets
CBS News has unveiled the next generation of its Web site, which is designed to let users dig deeper into popular stories. Along with content from CBSNews.com's staff, CBS News, CBS Radio and CBS MoneyWatch, the revamped site will include stories and information from Politico, The Washington Post and WebMD.
Two Web shows will also debut on the site this summer. "The Tomorrow Show" hosted by Mo Rocca, will be an interactive discussion about what the future has in store. Rocca and his guests will discuss technology, food, pop culture, the environment and more. "In Sickness and in Health," hosted by CBS News medical correspondent Dr. Jennifer Ashton, will highlight women's health issues.
In addition, the new site offers users more access to live coverage of breaking news and will provide sponsors with branded resource centers and immersible video environments.