Google is also in talks with Disney and Viacom
In a plan that would see Google move further towards launching its own internet TV service, the search company has signed a deal with the American network CBS. The deal means that Google could carry the network’s shows, including live NFL games, on its channel. According to The Wall Street Journal, who first broke the news of the deal, Google would be offering users different sized packages for different prices. This would include the ‘skinny’ bundle, which would cost US customers around 30 or 40 US dollars per month. The company has also reportedly been working on deals with Disney and Viacom in order to agree similar deals.
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