CBS Cable

CBS Cable was an early cable network operated by CBS, Inc., dedicated to the lively arts (i.e. symphony, dance, theatre, opera, etc.). It debuted in October 1981 and ceased operations on December 17, 1982.

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CBS Cable - As A CBS Division Name
... The CBS Cable name was used for three years as the name of the network's cable division, after the 1996 purchase of The Nashville Network (now Spike) and Country Music Television ... In 2005, as a result of the split-up of CBS and Viacom, Showtime Networks (Showtime, Flix, and The Movie Channel), and CBS College Sports Network (formerly College Sports Television, or CSTV) became a part of the ... CBS also made another effort to launch a cable network using the CBS name, CBS Eye On People, which launched in 1997, featuring mostly biography programming and programs from the CBS News archives ...
Alpha Repertory Television Service - History
... By the early 1980s, cable television had reached millions of viewers in the United States and was starting to draw significant audiences away from the "Big 3" broadcast television networks ... All three networks saw opportunities to expand into cable television to protect and grow their audiences, and they all experimented with niche ... CBS Cable, which also began in 1981, was its most direct competitor, with similar "art house" programming and critical acclaim ...
DuMont Television Network - History - Programming
... Without the radio revenues that supported mighty NBC and CBS, DuMont programmers had to rely on their wits and on connections on Broadway ... On January 11, 1949, the coaxial cable linking East and Midwest (known in television circles as "the Golden Spike") was activated ... and WABD in New York were able to share programs through a live coaxial cable feed when WDTV in Pittsburgh signed on, because the station completed the East Coast-to-Midwest chain, allowing stations in both ...

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    To be where little cable cars climb halfway to the stars.
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