CBS Makes Deal With Time Warner, Ends Blackout Ahead of NFL Season

NYC, LA, Dallas affected


CBS Corp. (CBS) programs returned to Time Warner Cable Inc. (TWC) in New York, Los Angeles and Dallas after the companies ended a one-month blackout, in time for the start of National Football League regular-season games.

Time Warner Cable agreed to pay a significant increase for the right to transmit CBS signals, though still below $2 per subscriber per month, according to people with knowledge of the situation who asked not to be identified because the terms are private.