Hulu adds 35 more CBS local affiliates to streaming TV service

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With the addition of these channels, Hulu has added 90 local CBS affiliates.

Hulu today switched on 35 more local CBS TV affiliates for its live TV streaming service.

Hulu said 28 of the channels are already live and seven more will go live later today. With the addition of these channels, Hulu said it has added 90 local CBS affiliates.

Station

Market

EENY (WENY-DT2)

Elmira(Corning)

EOHL (WOHL-CD2)

Lima, Ohio

KENS

San Antonio, Texas

KEYC

Mankato, Minnesota

KIDK

Idaho Falls-Pocatllo(Jcksn)

KION

Monterey-Salinas

KMVT

Twin Falls, Idaho

KREM

Spokane, Washington

KTHV

Little Rock-Pine Bluff

NBJR (KBJR-DT2)

Duluth-Superior(Chisholm)

NESQ (KESQ-D2)

Palm Springs

WAKA

Montgomery-Selma

WBBJ-DT3

Jackson, Tennessee

WBNG

Binghamton, New York

WCBI

Columbus-Tupelo-W Pnt-Hstn

WDEF

Chattanooga, Tennessee

WDTV

Clarksburg-Weston

WFMY

Greensboro-H.Point-W.Salem

WISC

Madison, Wisconsin

WJAX

Jacksonville, Florida

WKBT

La Crosse-Eau Claire

WKMG

Orlando-Daytona Bch-Melbrn

WLTX

Columbia, South Carolina

WMAZ

Macon, Georgia

WSEE

Erie, Pennsylvania

WUSA

Washington, DC(Hagrstwn)

WWAY

Wilmington, North Carolina

WWL

New Orleans

 

Coming later today:

Station

Market

KCOY

SantaBarbra-SanMar-SanLuOb

KHOU

Houston

KYTX

Tyler-Longview(Lfkn&Ncgd)

WMDN

Meridian, Mississippi

WTSP

Tampa-St. Pete(Sarasota)

WWNY

Watertown, New York

WWTV

Traverse City-Cadillac(Sault Ste. Marie)

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The expansion for CBS on Hulu’s live TV service comes after CBS and the CBS Affiliates Board reached a new deal earlier this year aimed at boosting distribution for local channels on streaming TV platforms including Hulu’s live TV, Google's YouTube TV and “future new entrants.”

"Expanding distribution on these new platforms together with our affiliates has been a part of CBS' long-term digital strategy, and I am very proud we have reached this agreement with our affiliate board," said Ray Hopkins, president of television networks distribution at CBS, in a statement. "No broadcaster has made preserving the network-affiliate model a core tenet of their strategy like CBS. We look forward to continuing to work in partnership with our affiliates, and as these new forms of distribution continue to grow, including CBS All Access, so will our revenue together."