More details have come out about the Time Warner-CBS deal that ended the one-month blackout of the network on the cable operator, and it looks like CBS came out ahead:"Time Warner grudgingly gave in
to CBS’ demands for total control over its programming distribution to online devices like iPads, phones and set-top boxes. Those steps promise to give it the ability to 'cut the cord' from
cable companies," writes Don Kaplan. CBS also won "a hefty raise — TWC now will pay CBS around $2 for each subscriber, up from just $.50."
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