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Amazon Gives Prime Customers Access to Watch CBS TV Shows Online

Quote: (NFLX)CBS Corp. (CBS) allowing customers to watch thousands of the broadcaster’s TV shows online. The non-exclusive licensing agreement adds 2,000 episodes of CBS shows including full seasons of “Numb3rs” and “Medium” at no additional cost to subscribers of Amazon Prime service, the world’s largest online retailer said today in a statement. Terms of the deal weren’t disclosed. Amazon Prime is a membership program that gives subscribers discounts on shipping for an annual fee of $79. In a push to challenge Netflix and Hulu LLC, Amazon said in February it would offer Prime customers unlimited streaming access to a library of content. The CBS deal expands that library to more than 8,000 movies and TV shows. SeattleNasdaq Stock Market trading. The shares had gained 21 percent this year before today. CBS climbed 61 cents, or 2.2 percent, to $28.57 on the New York Stock Exchange and had increased 47 percent this year before today. Los GatosCalifornia, declined $8.12, or 2.8 percent, to $279.17 on the Nasdaq and had gained 64 percent this year before today. asherman6@bloomberg.net pelstrom@bloomberg.net ...
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